In a back-and-forth showdown, Wartburg fell to the Purple Raiders of Mount Union, 34-31, on a late touchdown to end the Knights’ historic season in a Division III college football playoff game at Kehres Stadium.
Edward Westermann, a Regents Professor of History at Texas A&M University-San Antonio, will be the featured speaker at Wartburg College’s annual Kleinfeld Lecture in German History, Culture and Politics at 4:45 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28.
Ann Adams Bullock, dean of the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education at Elon University, is the newest member of the Wartburg College Board of Regents.
Saturday will go down as one to remember on the field, the pitch and the course for Warburg College athletics. The women’s soccer team, football team, and men’s and women’s cross-country teams all shined bright on a cold and gloomy day.
The Wartburg women’s soccer team on Nov. 7 received an at-large bid into the 2022 NCAA Division III tournament and will host the first two rounds.
Two Wartburg College faculty recently promoted to newly created roles that will help the college reach the goals outlined in its strategic plan, “Our Brightest Days: Realizing Purpose, Leading Change.”
A longtime educator will discuss the art and power of storytelling for the final Keep on Learning community education series of 2022 beginning Thursday, Nov. 10.
The Wartburg College Alumni Board presented three Knights who have demonstrated a commitment to the college’s mission with Alumni Citation Awards during Homecoming & Family Weekend.
Wartburg College will celebrate Germany on Campus with a series of events in November.
Martín Espada, the speaker at the upcoming Michaelson, Briner & Kildahl Literary Symposium at Wartburg College, knows changing the world isn’t easy.