Opinion

Meetings that matter

Meetings that matter

By now, all faculty and staff received an email invitation Friday to attend briefings on the college budget to be held this week. Might some of us attend? I’m not overly optimistic

by · November 23, 2014 · 0 comments · Opinion
Eco Reps bring ‘green’

Eco Reps bring ‘green’

The Sustainability Office’s mission is to spread awareness on campus about sustainability efforts at Wartburg, what students can do, and how it affects them.

by · November 23, 2014 · 0 comments · Opinion
In the unedited photo taken of Kaitlynn Eaton, editing her stretchmarks and tattoo were necessary to remove the green light on the left side of the photograph and to avoid possible quality loss during printing. —Lauren Matysik/TRUMPET

Letter to the editor: Unedited body love

I was heartbroken and completely mortified when I saw the photo in the Trumpet. Why? It’s a great picture; it accurately depicts what non-model bodies look like, and it’s even got a cute little caption on it. What is embarrassing about this picture is this: my tummy doesn’t look like that

by · November 23, 2014 · 0 comments · Opinion

Letter to the editor: How much is enough?

  Now that I am in my final year here at Wartburg, I have come to a stark realization: I may have become an overachiever. This is something I never expected to happen. I am a full-time student, I have an internship and I have two other on-campus jobs. Besides […]

by · November 16, 2014 · 0 comments · Opinion
Liz Snyder serves pie in the Mensa. —Lauren Matysik/TRUMPET

Cut the Mensa some slack

    Sweet Potato Casserole. That sweet, sugary dish had been on my mind all day—yet here I stood being told they were out and would I like fries instead? With the variables that determine the number of students eating in the Mensa constantly changing, dining services cannot correctly forecast […]

by · November 16, 2014 · 0 comments · Opinion
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