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Pastor Brian Beckstrom reflects on Palm and Passion Sundays and the precariousness of life on Living Lutheran.
Ditch-digger-turned-director Brian Cole's '00 South O'Brien High School jazz band is headed to the prestigious Iowa Jazz Championships in Des Moines, as told by the Sioux City Journal.
Pastor Brian Beckstrom blogged about the importance of Lent on the Wartburg campus on the ELCA blog.
Drew Wagenhoffer's ’15 road to becoming a two-time All-American for the Knights was chronicled in the New Jersey Herald.
Dr. Anthony Frank ’81 was named interim chancellor of the Colorado State University System. Frank also is president of CSU-Fort Collins.
The wrestling team's run to a second-place finish at the NCAA Division II national championships was chronicled in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Cedar Rapids Gazette and Des Moines Register. First-day coverage also was provided by the Courier and KCRG. Kenny Martin's ’17 championship run was mentioned in the Wilkes-Barre (Pennsylvania) Times Leader. Drew Wagenhoffer's ’15 second All-American honor was reported by his hometown paper, the New Jersey Herald.
Colt Feltes' ’15 journey from a freshmen thrower to a powerhouse athlete was chronicled on NCAA.com.
The dominance of Wartburg and Augsburg wrestlers on the national stage was highlighted by NCAA.com heading into the 2015 Division III Championships.
Wartburg wrestlers are trying to become the first DIII school to win five consecutive national titles, as reported by the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
Susan Vallem, a social work professor whose students help train service dogs through Retrieving Freedom, introduced veteran LeRoy Wooff and his service dog Thor to a group of St. Paul's sixth graders as they prepared for a trip to Washington, D.C., as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Ben Nagle ’15 hopes to extend the college's streak of heavy-weight All-Americans to 17 this week, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
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