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Making the grade: GPA Report for Fall Term released

Wartburg’s Fall Grade-Point Average Report shows the overall average and median GPA are the highest since the 2002-03 school year. While this is a positive trend, the cause of the rise cannot be attributed to any specific reason, Dr. Edith Waldstein, vice president for enrollment management, said. According to the […]

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Student Olivia Hughes feeds a kangaroo while abroad. - Submitted photo

Applications due for study abroad students

The deadline to apply for studying abroad next fall or winter term is Feb. 2. The application is entirely online. Kathy Traetow, the study abroad office coordinator, said it includes filling out a form, submitting a short essay and sending in a faculty reference. Eric Revis studied in Limerick, Ireland, […]

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27 states of differences

27 states of differences

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Peace and Justice revamp

Peace and Justice revamp

Students for Peace and Justice (SPJ), a renewed organization on campus, faced some speed bumps on the way to becoming a recognized, student-led organization, Hannah Creed, president of Students for Peace and Justice, said. The process took a while for the Student Relations Committee (SRC) to discuss the group and […]

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Vegetarians weigh their on-campus food options

Vegetarians weigh their on-campus food options

In America, there are 7.3 million vegetarians and an additional 22.8 million people have a diet very similar to that of a vegetarian, according to the Vegetarian Times. On campus, there are many students who choose to follow a vegetarian diet. Amanda Wright, a first-year student, said she has been […]

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