The number of international students has decreased at Wartburg College, with the global pandemic affecting the ability of some to come to the U.S. to study.
Wartburg College has lead a great change and impact in the Cedar Valley area and in the world and works as a channel to connect Cedar Valley with the rest of the world. December 2021 graduate, Namleng Sina is a great example for this change, impact and connection.
Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, and the war has not stopped since then.
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.
ABBY DENAULT, TRUMPET GUEST WRITER International Club, also known as I-Club, is welcoming a new president for the remainder of the 2021-22 school year. Victor Cano-Ramirez, a second-year student from Guatemala majoring in engineering with minors in computer science and engineering management, is settling into his new role as I-Club President. His election to office is […]
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 […]
YIGIT KACMAZ, TRUMPET NEWS AND CULTURE & DIVERSITY EDITOR As the month of February arrived, Wartburg College started celebrating Black History Month. The celebration started with the remembrance of the Tulsa Massacre. To commemorate this shameful event in U.S. history, students, staff, and faculty dressed up in all black. “Kind of supporting awareness for an event […]
The Diversity Dialogues podcast enables students to learn more about social justice issues that concern students at Wartburg College and the outside world. The podcast is produced on a monthly basis by third-year social work and political science major Victoria Rose Dietz.
There are many different groups on Wartburg’s campus that work to promote diversity through their ideals and actions. One of those groups is the Asian Student Association, or ASA.
The feeling of burnout lurks around campus.