Wartburg College’s GAYLA Week, which celebrates LGBTQ+ students and brings awareness to LGBTQ+ issues, will be held from March 16 to March 21. GAYLA Week consists of five days of events and it leads into the annual drag show.
Wartburg College will hold its annual Culture Week at the end of March. Culture Week is a week-long course of various events and activities sponsored by International Club (I-Club) that gives students a chance to explore peers from diverse backgrounds.
As a senior in high school, FOX 10 News covered Bush’s story and highlighted her achievements by showing how Bush focused on academics.
The Bremer County Historical Society Museum includes history from all across the county, from ghost towns to taxidermy and everything in between. One popular display at the historical society is the Log Cabin Room.
Nestled in downtown Waverly is The Wild Carrot. While it may not be marketed as a coffee shop, it offers what Toni Fisher, the owner, calls a nurturing atmosphere, along with coffee.
At the annual Ramen festival, students competed in the spicy ramen eating contest. The last person standing out of 20 was, Yusuf Saadu, a fourth-year economics and business administration double-major from Nigeria.
Dr. Cynthia Bane, Wartburg professor of psychology, has begun leading Koru Mindfulness, a four-session course on mindfulness meditation that is specifically geared for traditional college students, or emerging adults according to psychologists
The Graven Award presented to Felecia Boone, 1993 Wartburg graduate, will be presented the Graven award at 10:15 a.m., Feb. 14, in the Wartburg Chapel.
Photos from MLK Week
Wartburg College Alliance to host annual drag show at 7:30 p.m., March 21, 2020, in Neumann Auditorium at Wartburg College. The show is open to both professional and amateur performers.