April is National Sexual Assault month. Like everywhere else in the world, sexual assault exists at Wartburg College.
During the Big Event on Sunday, April 2, Dance Marathon participants brought in $176,365.15. This is $18,243.02 more than the previous year. It has now topped $1 million in its 14 years.
Entertainment ToKnight has been working to create events for the Wartburg community. The organization is starting to plan events for May Term and the 2022-23 academic year.
The 18th president of Wartburg College has been announced as Dr. Rebecca Neiduski – the first woman to hold the job.
The Wartburg lacrosse season started in the middle of Feb. in a game against William Penn University. The game resulted in a loss for the Knights by a score of 12-6.
After a second-place finish in the American Rivers Conference last season and an ending rank of 24 from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Poll, Wartburg Knights softball has returned to the diamond in 2022.
The housing lottery for the 2022-2023 school year is quickly approaching.
Jim Bies has come to serve as Interim Dean of Students and Vice President of Student Life after working in the same roles at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota for 32 years.
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.