No matter what path he followed, Marty Johnson always found his way back to Wartburg College. After setting foot on campus for the first time in 1979, he knew there would be a lifetime of memories to follow.
Thanks to social media, college students are able to connect with people in the real world for professional purposes.
A common myth about college students is that they survive on ramen and other instant noodles. Although ramen is cheap, sometimes it can be bland or not as healthy as other food options.
Spring break serves as a time for students to relax, catch up on sleep and get their mind off homework and exams. While some students find going home to be relaxing enough, others turn to trips as an opportunity to have fun and make lifelong memories with friends.
This old, forgotten location is no longer used by students or faculty but it still serves as a unique part of the history of Wartburg College. Located in the basement of the McElroy Center, there are two photograph development rooms. The rooms are no longer needed to produce high-quality photographs due to the progression of digital cameras.
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.