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.
The Wartburg College V-Day chapter is preparing for the Vagina Monologues in February.
“OK Boomer,” began as a meme and a comeback for younger generations to use when older generations showed resistance to progressive ideas.
The latest changes in same-sex marriage and equal rights for members of the LGBTQ community in Christianity came when the United Methodist Church announced the possibility for an “amicable separation” of the church on Jan. 3.
When you put a cap on who can dream then America is not really all that free. Immigration is an ever-growing topic of conversation in the United States. However, this country should not forget that it is and was made up of us, immigrants.
The United Methodist Church proposed to separate into a traditionalist and centrist denomination on Jan. 3. As a member of the Methodist church, I believe that the separation would cause each church to become closer. The separation is based on opposing beliefs of same-sex marriage within the church.
“My friendship family is very friendly,” Sonam Gurme, a third-year Wartburg student from India, said. “They introduced me to the Indian community in Waverly and now they invite us to celebrate holidays together.”
The Study Away Photo Contest allowed students to the experiences from the various study abroad opportunities at Wartburg including semester abroad, May term abroad and the Wartburg West and Des Moines Urban Studies Programs.
On Nov. 14, von Nahmen, a German journalist who covers politics in Washington D.C., spoke at Wartburg College as part of the annual Kleinfeld Lecture.