The Trumpet

NEWS

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES WEIGH IN ON ACCESSIBILITY AT WARTBURG

The idea of navigating the Science Center felt intimidating to Drew Carfrae as a first-year student. The split levels and the sense of unfamiliarity of the building were only two problems, but the overall lack of accessibility loomed. 

Now, fourth-year Carfrae feels just as frustrated as the year he arrived on campus. 

SPORTS

STRIPPED AWAY: INSIDE PAYTON DRAPER’S LOST TRIP TO BRAZIL

Imagine being chosen to represent your country by traveling overseas to play the game you love against the best talent worldwide. Now, imagine having that opportunity taken from you due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

REVIEW: FEMINISM AND MYSTERY IN ‘ENOLA HOLMES’

Of the endless adaptations of Sir Conan Doyle’s classic character Sherlock Holmes, one of the more intriguing is the story of his younger sister, Enola Holmes.

CULTURE & DIVERSITY

TUITION-FREE 5TH YEAR: IS IT POSSIBLE FOR ALL STUDENTS?

Wartburg students enrolled in the 2020-21 Fall, Winter and May Terms will have the opportunity to enroll in a tuition-free fifth year. 

The opportunity may be harder to attain for some students, though, such as international students.

KNIGHTLIFE

PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL: HOW ARE STUDENTS USING SOCIAL MEDIA?

Thanks to social media, it has been made for college students to connect with people in the real world for professional purposes.

  • PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL: HOW ARE STUDENTS USING SOCIAL MEDIA?
    Thanks to social media, college students are able to connect with people in the real world for professional purposes.
  • DORM ROOM RECIPE: UPGRADING INSTANT RAMEN
    A common myth about college students is that they survive on ramen and other instant noodles. Although ramen is cheap, sometimes it can be bland or not as healthy as other food options.
  • PLANNING A SPRING BREAK TRIP ON A COLLEGE BUDGET
    Spring break serves as a time for students to relax, catch up on sleep and get their mind off homework and exams. While some students find going home to be relaxing enough, others turn to trips as an opportunity to have fun and make lifelong memories with friends.