Finals week: a week full of last minute studying, preparing presentations and taking tests also brings a burden of stress on students. According to Director of Counseling Services Stephanie Newsom, students need a little stress though to motivate them and to keep pushing through life’s obstacles. “Sometimes what leads to […]
The annual Festival of Trees kicked off on Dec. 2 with the Wartburg Marketing & Communication department in charge for the first time. The Festival of Trees had always been put together by the Waverly Chamber of Commerce and has been held in Wartburg’s Communication and Technology Center (CTC). Eileen […]
Wartburg Chapel is more than a place of worship, it is a place where many alumni and students come to have their wedding ceremony. Recently, two students had the pleasure of hosting their wedding in the Chapel. Therin Bradshaw and his bride, Abby Blake-Bradshaw, decided to host their ceremony in […]
Many Wartburg students have the opportunity to spend long breaks at home with their family. However, there are a number of students who aren’t able to travel home as easily. International students and athletes who need to be on campus to prepare for a competition may stay during Christmas break […]
Getting your Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) can be a difficult experience and a process Dr. Wes Brooks, assistant dean of students, is familiar with.