In 1995, Dr. Joyce Boss’ life her journey took her to Wartburg as an English professor.
International Club (I-Club) will host a COVID-19-safe Culture Week and Culture Show after the 2020 event was cancelled. The Culture Show and Culture Week will both be held in person following campus safety guidelines for COVID-19.
Science fiction, especially in the United States, is a genre we all know. Everyone has either seen or heard of “Star Wars,” “Avengers” or “The Terminator,” and these are all nice, fun, comfortable franchises, but their connotation is much more broad than what meets the eye. We see these films as fun stories about heroes and antiheroes saving the day from the challengers of order, and “order” will be a keyword here.
“Raise the Vibration” was to replace the 2021 “Vagina Monologues,” but it was unfortunately cancelled due to the pandemic and scheduling, according to the Wartburg chapter V-Day Campaign president Josephine Ostenberg.
LIAM EASLEY, TRUMPET ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR A new course, Race and Ethnicity in U.S.…
Dr. Debora Johnson-Ross joined Wartburg College at the start of Winter Term as the new dean of faculty. She is the first black woman to hold this job at Wartburg. Johnson-Ross spoke with the Trumpet on Tuesday, February 9 about her background and what her goals are for Wartburg.
Volunteering is a way that allows people to engage and connect with their community. However, COVID-19 has molded volunteering into a different shape.
Wartburg’s Black Student Union (BSU) last Friday, February 5, BSU rolled out their first plan of the month, which they called “Black Out.” BSU will host many more events, and all are welcome to join.
Shaila Vera, a fourth-year Spanish major at Wartburg, spent the 2019 Fall Semester abroad in Alicante, Spain. Not only did she say she found it to be safer than the United States, but she also found it to be more accepting of her gender and Latinx heritage.
Three suites consisting of 22 students on Wartburg College’s campus are currently living in gender-inclusive housing (GIH). According to the policy, gender-inclusive housing allows students from different genders or sex to live in the same townhouses or suites.