Shelby Moore Collom Davis, philanthropist, investor and co-founder of the Davis United World College Scholars Program, will visit Wartburg College on Saturday, Feb. 15. His visit will be followed by an Honorary Degree Ceremony which is open to the campus community and the public at 5 p.m.
Wartburg College’s 13th annual Physics and Chemistry Demonstration Show will take place at 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 22, in Neumann Auditorium.
Student journalists from Wartburg College a number of school records at the 2020 Iowa College Media Association (ICMA) awards on Friday, February 7th in Des Moines, Iowa and brought home a total of 52 awards and 21 first-place finishes
The Wartburg College Student Senate held a weekly general meeting at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 6, in the Whitehouse Business Center (WBC).
After months of proceedings and hearings following the impeachment by the House of Representatives of President Donald J. Trump on Dec. 15, the senate moved to acquit the President of both articles of impeachment on Feb. 6.
Six Wartburg students took to the debate floor to explain why each should become the chosen representatives and leaders of the Wartburg student body for the 2020-21 school year.
With the upcoming 2020 Presidential election, college students are becoming more politically active, including at Wartburg College.
The United States, Australia and Japan are temporarily denying access into the country as of Saturday, Feb. 1, for anyone that traveled to China due to the coronavirus which began December 2019 in Wuhan City, China, according to the New York Times.
Applications for student body president, vice president, recorder and treasurer, all a part of Wartburg’s Student Senate, were due on Jan. 28. Student Senate helps resolve student issues, works to create a peaceful environment between students and Wartburg College and gives students leadership roles.
College can give students the illusion of freedom. With this freedom comes the opportunity to begin drinking. College drinking culture terms like “Wine Wednesday,” “Thirsty Thursday” and “Sunday Funday,” can make it easy for students to normalize bad drinking habits.