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.
LAUREN WISDON, TRUMPET GUEST WRITER Wartburg College to host Oktoberfest on campus during Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 12. While Oktoberfest is occurring. Oktoberfest is an opportunity to mingle with Wartburg alumni, students, faculty and friends. Oktoberfest will take place at 4 p.m. on the campus mall, immediately following the conclusion of the Wartburg football game. […]
KWAR-FM 89.9, Wartburg College’s on-campus radio station, is the focus of a Fund the Fortress campaign which will officially launch on Homecoming Weekend.