Early Thursday morning, members of the Outfly committee started walking to the Saemann Student Center.
Besides encouraging students to grow within their own faith, the spiritual life and ministry wants students to learn about the many traditions and religions of others.
Despite my own personal challenges regarding politics, the experience of attending Democratic Presidential Hopeful Kamala Harris’ town hall event on Sept. 20 was something that will stay with me for a long time.
Columbine happened just under 20 years ago, but the effects weigh heavier now than they ever have. Even in small towns like Waverly, Iowa.
On September 10, Central College announced a new annual tuition of $18,000 for next fall. This tuition change is the first of its kind in Iowa, although it is already occurring in colleges across the country.
The Constitution Day event was created to educate students on the U.S. Constitution, as well as other aspects of the U.S. Government, and featured a panel of experts.
The 2020 presidential election in the United States is on the minds of many as candidates campaigning kicks into high gear.
Events in the past few years both on and off Wartburg College’s campus have caused student’s to open up about their thoughts and feelings on diversity and inclusion.
The more than 20 candidates seeking the Democratic party nomination for the 2020 Presidential Election throughout the summer have dwindled due to drops in polling numbers.
Politics in the classroom can be a tricky subject to navigate, especially in preparation for the 2020 Presidential Election. One concern Wartburg College students have is the presence of political bias in the classroom.