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Martha Muswema receives her gift bag meal from Wartburg student and dining employee Monica Sieg. The bag contained food that was prepackaged and microwavable. — Allix Williamson/TRUMPET

Gift bag meals met with mixed opinions

Homecoming meals were not the traditional Mensa meal this year, as students were given the option of a “gift bag” style meal for last week’s Friday dinner and Saturday lunch. The meals contained soup, entreé options for both days, as well as water and a variety of snacks, Margaret Empie, […]

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Unlocked rooms assist thieves

In the wake of a female student reporting an unknown man in her dorm room, Wartburg Security is stressing the importance of keeping dorm rooms locked. The female student who reported the intruder last week was not harmed nor reported any items missing, but it was enough for John Myers, […]

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Gabe house (left) and the garage (right), located across from Löhe Hall is scheduled to be torn down by the end of November to make way for a prairie planting. — Matt Gruemmer/TRUMPET

Prairie landscaping to replace rundown buildings

The Wartburg Sustainability Department is planning a prairie planting on campus to reduce long-term spending and create more opportunities for students, Anne Duncan, director of sustainability, said. The proposed landscaping will take place on the college-owned Gabe lot, located on the corner of seventh street northwest and third avenue northwest […]

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Concert band changes

Concert band changes

The Wartburg College Concert Bands (WCCB) have gone through major changes since the new school year began. For the last 18 years, the Wind Ensemble, a group of 55 members, and the Symphonic band, a group of 92 members, have been under the direction of Dr. Craig Hancock. As of […]

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North and east science halls renamed

North and east science halls renamed

The generosity and care that Dr. Ralph Otto and his wife Dianne gave to Wartburg were reflected on by faculty and family on Thursday, Oct. 15. Dr. Darrel Colson, president of Wartburg College, officially named the north and east wings of the Science Center after the Ottos in the courtyard […]

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