The Red Fox Inn, located west of Waverly, will begin major reconstruction in 2021 after being purchased by 1859 Ventures LLC.
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While the number of Wartburg students receiving counseling has not increased this year, COVID-19 is a challenge that may increase levels of stress and anxiety.
As he drove through the Wisconsin farmland, Ethan Townsend’s car passed cornfield after cornfield, his high beams fighting against the pressing darkness, his backseat filled with almost everything he owned. An occasional dairy farm broke up the monotony of the drive.
He couldn’t help but feel relief.
As Election Day grows nearer, voters carefully watch who leads the polls: current President and Republican nominee Donald J. Trump or former Vice President and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Spiritual Life and Campus Ministry are providing pastoral care to more students who have been exposed to someone with the virus or have been infected themselves.
Residential assistants on Wartburg’s campus have begun planning events that follow CDC guidelines to allow students to enjoy the Halloween season but also be safe.
At two in the morning on Sunday, October 18, security at Wartburg College received a report from a resident assistant that the Hebron 2 shower room was covered in graffiti — not the first instance of vandalism in the dorm in the last year.
Despite the effects of COVID-19 on travel, international enrollment has remained consistent at Wartburg.
Starting when she was young, ethics wormed its way into Dr. Abbylynn Helgevold’s life and it became one of her biggest passions.