Entertainment ToKnight has been working to create events for the Wartburg community. The organization is starting to plan events for May Term and the 2022-23 academic year.
This past weekend, Mar. 19-20, the Wartburg College Alliance held their “Gay Paddy’s Day Karaoke & Party” at the Alliance Lounge in Löhe 137. The organization is already making preparations for their next big event: Gayla Week.
KWAR, Wartburg’s radio station, offers a unique opportunity for students not normally involved with the station.
From co-leads to co-directors; Nathan Onsgard and Katriela Caspari are the latest directors for the Wartburg Players.
YIGIT KACMAZ, TRUMPET NEWS AND CULTURE & DIVERSITY EDITOR Lura Ajdini is combining her dreams, her family and record sleeves in one art project for her Seminar in Art: Exhibition class. Ajdini is a Graphic Design and Journalism & Communication major from Kosovo. “My way of expressing my dreams is through art,” Ajdini said. “I am […]
Local coffee shop Get Roasted was opened during the pandemic, and business has been booming since.
You sit in your dorm room, bored, stressed and burnt out. You want something to do but don’t have a lot of cash or time to spend. Never fear, ETK is here.
After spending a summer doing comedy in New York, Mahmoud Osman, who goes by the stage name Huta, started hosting open mic nights in his room.
Katie Houts will be the featured performer at Wartburg College’s Bach’s Lunch organ series Friday, Oct. 8.
There’s a new weekly event happening on campus for fans of film and culture –
watching German films.