The Wartburg football season will have to wait. The team was shut down due to COVID concerns and did not play their scheduled March 27 game.
Oregon women’s basketball player, Sedona Prince, spoke out on TikTok against the NCAA during the NCAA Division 1 Women’s Basketball Tournament. As we all have been made aware for years female college athletes are unfairly treated compared to male athletes.
Vaccines are coming to campus. On Friday, April 2, Wartburg College announced that the college would be partnering with an outside organization to offer COVID-19 vaccines on campus.
Vision Productions, Ace Media and Simplex Stories are set to premiere their documentaries on Monday, April 19 on the Wartburg Knight Vision website. Production of the film is the final project for fourth-year students graduating from the Department of Journalism & Communication at Wartburg College.
Orange Connection, a career mentoring experience hosted by Pathways and the Alumni Office, is moving to a virtual setting on April 28 due to COVID-19.
Wartburg is one of 16 colleges in Iowa, Illinois and Nebraska participating in the program to increase minorities’ participation in STEM fields.
Since 2010, Wartburg has had a community garden that students can volunteer for to help sustainability efforts.
Knight Vision Films, or KV Films, has begun post-production for their fall short film “The Lifeline.”
In 1995, Dr. Joyce Boss’ life her journey took her to Wartburg as an English professor.
As the year winds down, the senior art exhibit is coming quickly.