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Melvia Soenke ’70 made a $2 million gift commitment to Wartburg for the Transforming Tomorrow campaign as covered by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier and KWWL.
Simon Estes, distinguished professor and artist in residence, discussed his life and his work with Iowa Public Radio.
Connor Koppin ’13 won the inaugural Young Composers Competition sponsored by The Capital Hearings, a D.C.-based a cappella ensemble. The group will premiere Koppin's composition, There Will Come Soft Rains, in Washington Sept. 27.
Former Seattle mayor Paul Schell ’59 died after heart surgery Sunday, July 27, according to Discovery News.
Wartburg's participation in RAGBRAI in Waverly was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier and on KWWL and KGAN.
Wartburg's involvement in the FUTURE of Biomedicine program at the University of Iowa College of Medicine was reported by the Iowa City Press-Citizen and the Washington Times (Associated Press).
Tom Ralston ’07 is elected president of United Auto Workers Local 838 in Waterloo as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Dr. Scott Muntefering will perform a trumpet solo during the final summer Waterloo Municipal Band concert Thursday, July 24, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Wartburg assistant baseball coach Matt Schirm has been named the new baseball coach at Central College.
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