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Lighting It Up Blue

National Light It Up Blue Day is important because a lot of society doesn’t understand autism, Becky Jennings, head of the subcommittee for Wartburg’s music therapy association, said. This week the music therapy department will be hosting Enlightenment Week and will feature a number of different events every day. “It’s […]

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The Green Bridge (above) was closed in February following an inspection which found the trusses of the bridge in need of repair. When open, the bridge connected the two sides of the city. —Submitted photo

Wartburg student starts petition to preserve historic bridge

Wartburg student Megan Buhrow is working to save a piece of Waverly’s history: the Green Bridge. The bridge, which was built in 1917, was closed in February after a bridge inspector found the green trusses had deteriorated to a point it could cause a safety risk. “I think it should […]

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Students may give feedback of the online sexual misconduct course by answering questions in part two of Haven. —Submitted photo

Students question campus’ sexual misconduct policies

Some students are starting to wonder what is going to happen now that they have taken Haven, the online sexual misconduct course, Director of Campus Programming Ashley Lang said. “The positive feedback is that we’re doing something,” Lang said. “It’s more of, ‘What else are we going to be doing […]

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Student receives Clinton Grant

Student receives Clinton Grant

Kwabena Owusu-Amoah and his team recently won the Clinton Foundation Resolution Grant for their app, OBaa 2.0. “OBaa is a software, so it is basically a mobile application, that allows health officers in rural areas to collect vital signs and health information and you put it in the app,” Owusu-Amoah […]

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Wartburg welcomes “e-waste”

Wartburg welcomes “e-waste”

Containers at Wartburg which used to collect waste such as chip bags and candy wrappers are now being used to collect electronic waste, or “e-waste.” Effective now, students may deposit their e-waste in any of the receptacles around campus. “Most electronics have some sort of either recycling or repurposing program,” […]

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