Photo gallery from this year’s Outfly activities.
Student mental health in higher education has been an increasing concern over the years. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought this problem into main view yet again, and Wartburg students feel that as well.
As students and professors across the country navigate online and hybrid learning, platforms like Zoom have been a helpful tool in the virtual classroom.
Due to COVID-19, the Career and Internship Fair will take place online through the student employment site Handshake.
After being moved from the beginning of the triathlon season to the end, TBK will commence with both virtual and in-person options at 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 10.
The semi-annual Large Event for ETK has been postponed to the Winter 2021 Term due to COVID-19.
Changes to Title IX implementation and enforcement this spring mandated how all schools react to and investigate sexual harassment and assault on college campuses, including Wartburg.
Coronavirus-positive students leave campus and live in other Wartburg-owned property when numbers of cases are rising, a school official said.
When envisioning her first year on campus, Grace Distler, first-year biochemistry major from Jesup, Iowa, did not think of having to pack face masks and extra hand sanitizer along with her dorm fridge.
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