A love of music and passion for people drive Wartburg professor Dr. Karen Black.
“I don’t think I teach music,” Hancock said. “You’ll discover that what I’m teaching you is about life, not about music.”
Wartburg Players, the campus thespian society, has been attempting to put on a performance during the 2020 Fall Term, but their efforts have all fallen short.
Liam Easley and Yiğit Kaçmaz share their quarantine music picks.
Of the endless adaptations of Sir Conan Doyle’s classic character Sherlock Holmes, one of the more intriguing is the story of his younger sister, Enola Holmes. Originally conceived by author Nancy Springer, this first-wave feminist character has been reimagined by director Harry Bradbeer and screenwriter Jack Thorne in the 2020 film “Enola Holmes,” a Netflix original.
Christmas with Wartburg will take place for the 73rd time, but for the first time with no live audience.
Before attending college, I would not have considered myself someone who used music as an escape from reality.
It’s quite unusual to see that even the movie industry has sustained itself through the pandemic. While “Project Power” is one of those movies that had likely been in production far before the lockdown, there have even been movies written and created during quarantine (i.e. “Host,” a horror film about a Zoom meeting gone wrong).
Mental health is an issue that has been given more attention as more people begin to talk openly about it.
Directed by Ninian Doff, the new dark comedy “Get Duked!” followed four young boys as they attempted to gain a wilderness badge from a program hosted by a duke from Scotland.