Millennial coffee shop owners are breaking all the rules. Erik Johnson, co-owner of Think Well Community Coffee, is one such owner and represents the newest wave of the coffee industry.
Whether we realize it or not, our environments have a huge impact on our mentality. Such as, what is it about coffee shops that make us feel more productive?
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.
For students that have a passion for challenging course work, practical applications and problem solving, a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science or computer information systems may be the way to go.
The Castle Jesters is currently a small group of students independently meeting to practice improvisation, a style of extemporaneous comedic performance.
Students can help train or foster a puppy from Retrieving Freedom, an organization that trains dogs to serve the needs of veterans and children with autism.
Internships can provide immense growth for Wartburg students. The Des Moines Urban Studies program and Wartburg West, as two off campus options, offer students opportunities to gain independence and grow professionally.
If you need a quick bite to eat in between classes or a late-night snack, the microwave fiveminute mac and cheese is an ideal choice.
Lifting is something almost all athletes do for their sport. However, there are many different types of lifting styles that can be adapted for non-athletes.
Counseling Services at Wartburg College are free and offered to students that need guidance on personal concerns. The counselor acts as a skilled facilitator in helping the client identify and achieve desired changes, according to Wartburg Counseling Services.