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The Juice (Student) - Oct. 3

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Oct. 3, 2022

Open forums set with Spiritual Life candidates

Two candidates for the position of dean of spiritual life will be on campus this week. The Rev. Kyle Barton will hold an open forum from 4-5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, in McCoy West. The Rev. Miles Hopgood will hold an open forum from 4-5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, in McCoy East.

Win a chance to meet Tai Verdes

Ticketholders for ETK’s Large Event, Tai Verdes with opening act Running Lights, can win a chance to meet Verdes. After purchasing your ticket, follow @etk_wartburg on Instagram and tag two friends in a comment on the most recent post to be entered in the drawing. In addition, a scavenger hunt for free tickets will be held every day this week, and the first 200 people to purchase tickets will be put in a drawing to win ETK swag.


The ETK Large Event will take place in Levick Arena on Saturday, Oct. 8. Doors will open at 7 p.m., with Running Lights taking the stage at 8 p.m. and Tai Verdes beginning at 9 p.m. Keep checking the ETK Instagram story for more concert giveaways and to keep up to date on Large Event information.

FAFSA can now be filed for 2023-24

The 2023-24 FAFSA is now available. Every student who will receive financial aid for the 2023-24 school year should submit one. The Financial Aid Office highly recommends using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to ensure correct 2021 tax information is used. Much of the information will carry over from your 2022-23 FAFSA, but Wartburg’s code is #001896 if you need to enter it again.


If you’re interested in a monthly payment plan for Winter Term, please contact the Business Office. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you would like to discuss loan options.

Noah Campus Health Clinic available for appointments

Noah Campus Health Clinic is an outpatient clinic on Wartburg's campus that can meet most health needs of students, faculty, staff, and immediate family members. Medical conditions that go beyond the scope of the clinic are referred to off-campus providers. Noah Campus Health Clinic is in Suite 1392 on the lower level of The W. You can make an appointment online or call 319-352-8436 to schedule one. Same-day appointments are often available.

Cash advance, bag requests due by Oct. 14
Please submit cash advance and cash bag requests for Fall Break and service trips to the Business Office no later than Oct. 14 to be ready for pickup by Oct. 27. Sooner is always appreciated.
Check Handshake for on-campus employment opportunities

Looking to earn some extra spending money yet maintain flexibility with your schedule? Apply for on-campus jobs today on Handshake, Wartburg’s online job board. Areas currently hiring include Dining Services - Special Events Staff, ITS – Help Desk Consultants, Operations & Maintenance – Custodial Staff, Music Department – Recital Attendants & Recorders, Journalism & Communications – Knightvision Crew Members, and Alumni & Parent Engagement – Knightcallers. Email questions about the Student Employment Program to studentemployment@wartburg.edu.

Mail delivery unavailable Oct. 10
There will be no incoming or outgoing mail on Monday, Oct. 10, due to the federal holiday. Please note that Amazon deliveries and packages reported as “delivered” on Saturday, Oct. 8, by the shipper will not be available until Tuesday, Oct. 11. Please contact the Mail Center with questions.
Win prizes at Career & Internship Showcase

The fall 2022 Career & Internship Showcase will be from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, in The W’s Hall of Champions. More than 80 employers, graduate schools, and service organizations will attend. All students are encouraged to polish up their resumes, dress for success, and engage with these professionals.


Students who attend the Career & Internship Showcase, receive a showcase passport, and talk with at least five employers will be entered into drawings. Prizes will be an iPad, two $25 gift cards to The Wartburg Store, and two $25 gift cards Z’s Pizza & Diner. Email jo.dorrance@wartburg.edu or derek.solheim@wartburg.edu with questions.

Small-group book discussions planned through Hearthside Project

The Hearthside Project offers faculty and students the unique opportunity to connect outside the formality of the classroom by reading and discussing a book together. Students receive their books free of charge. Reading groups consist of one book leader and three students. To apply, email the leader of the book you’re interested in discussing:


“An Academic Life: A Memoir” by Hanna Holborn Gray, led by Ruth Bahe-Jachna
“The Cellist of Sarajevo” by Steven Galloway, led by Scott Larson
“Under the Whispering Door” by TJ Klune, led by Penni Pier
“Zenzele: A Letter for My Daughter” by J. Nozipo Maraire, led by Debora Johnson-Ross


Email Dr. Zak Montgomery with questions.

Turn on MFA to enter gift card drawing

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and ITS is working to move students to multifactor authentication (MFA). As an incentive, any student who elects to be an early adopter and enables MFA on their Wartburg account in October will be placed into a drawing for one of 10 $5 gift cards good at any retail dining location on campus. To sign up, fill out this form by 8 p.m. Oct. 31.

Materials science researcher to speak at MCSP seminar
The first Math, Computer Science & Physics Department Seminar of the year will begin at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, in Science Center 134. Dr. Sarah Matt '12, a research scientist in the Materials Science Division at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, will speak virtually about her post-Wartburg career and her current research in a talk titled "From Wartburg Chemistry to a Career in Materials Science Research." All are invited to hear her presentation.
Submissions sought for The Castle
Wartburg College's literary magazine, The Castle, is now accepting submissions for its Winter 2023 edition. The deadline for submission is April 14, 2023. The Castle will accept graphic works, photography, and artworks of any medium as long as they are submitted electronically.
Dance Marathon to mark National Child Health Day

National Child Health Day is the first Monday of October. It is a day to show support to children struggling with illness and to their families. If you would like to donate in honor of National Child Health Day, Wartburg College Dance Marathon will raise money all day for the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital.

Nominate high school teachers for award
Graduating students: Did you have a high school teacher who inspired you and contributed to your accomplishment of earning a baccalaureate degree from Wartburg College? If so, please nominate your teacher for the Outstanding High School Teacher of the Year Award. Anyone is eligible, regardless of residence. Winning teachers will receive $500. In addition, a $500 scholarship will be made available to a rising senior from your high school. Nominations must be received by Nov. 1.
Serve the United Way as student board representative

Wartburg College and the Waverly-Shell Rock Area United Way are seeking a student representative to serve on the board of directors, with service beginning in winter 2023 and concluding in December 2024. This is great opportunity to make a difference in the local community and develop skills that will prove valuable in other settings.


Interested students should plan to be in the Waverly community during their entire time of board service and will be responsible for attending monthly meetings, a day of nonprofit agency funding hearings, and subcommittee meetings. Please email Jill Krall at director@wsrunitedway.org to express interest. On-campus contacts are Tammy Faux, Tricia Coleman-Waterbury and Michael Gleason. Interested students should attend the Oct. 17 meeting of the board. Additional information will be provided to those who have expressed interest.


Weekday Chapel services
Weekday Chapel services are from 10:15 to 10:35 a.m. each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in Wartburg Chapel. Chapel time is a brief opportunity to gather with students, staff, and faculty to reflect on God and faith. Mondays feature faculty and staff faith stories and blessings, Wednesdays include Holy Communion to which all are welcome, and Fridays have Senior Chapels.

Upcoming speakers:
Monday, Oct. 3: Rachel Green
Wednesday, Oct. 5: Jenna Krogulski
Friday, Oct. 7: Jacob Hayworth, Senior Chapel

Each month will have a prayer focus. In October, please join us in praying for faculty, staff, and students involved in Business Administration, Economics, Athletics, The W, Alumni & Parent Engagement, Spiritual Life & Campus Ministry, Dining Services, and the Office of the President.
Sanctuary on Wednesdays

Sanctuary is a casual service that takes place Wednesday nights. All are welcome to relax and center themselves around God’s word in the midst of their busy weeks. Service begins at 9 p.m. in the Chapel Commons, lower level, with snacks served beforehand at 8:45.


Incompletes for Winter/May/Summer 2022 Due to Instructors
Wednesday, Oct. 5

Women's & Men's Soccer vs. Central
Wednesday, Oct. 5

Keep on Learning:
Cemeteries: Our 'Silent Cities'

Thursday, Oct. 6

Women's Tennis vs. Simpson
Friday, Oct. 7

Women's Tennis vs. Central
Saturday, Oct. 8

Men's Tennis vs. Iowa Central
Saturday, Oct. 8

RitterSing Festival Finale Concert
Saturday, Oct. 8


Consumer information available
Consumer information is available at www.wartburg.edu/consumer-information. This information contains statistics, policies, and programs at Wartburg College, which includes but is not limited to the Annual Security Report and the Annual Fire Safety Report. Please contact the Financial Aid Office with questions or to request a paper copy.
Learn more about student debt relief
You may have heard about a recent Student Debt Relief Plan that includes one-time student loan debt relief. If you have a federal loan that is still outstanding and was given to you before July 1, 2022, you might qualify. Use this informational site to get answers to your questions and prepare yourself to take action as early as next month.
Attend Oktoberfest using your meal plan
Students can use their meal plans to eat during Oktoberfest, which is from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. You can swipe your ID to get into the event, which will count as your meal for that evening.
Learn more about study abroad at info sessions
Are you a domestic student in one of your first three years at Wartburg and curious about studying abroad? Catch a Study Abroad 101 Info Session from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2, or Sunday, Oct. 16, in the McCoy Rooms. Contact Kathleen Sihler, study away coordinator, with questions or check www.wartburg.edu/study-abroad.
Wartburg archives to close Oct. 3-24
The Wartburg College Archives and the Archives of Iowa Broadcasting will be closed and inaccessible Oct. 3-24, as Kay Grisgby, the Grant Price Endowed Archivist, will be traveling internationally. If you have archival research questions or would like to view materials, please email kay.grigsby@wartburg.edu and she will address your request when she returns.
Sign up for Homecoming & Family Weekend activities

You can pick up Homecoming shirts and stickers from the Homecoming Committee, which will table outside the Mensa stairs Tuesdays and Thursdays through Oct. 6. If you have any questions, email homecoming@wartburg.edu.

Join the parade! Student organizations and local businesses can have a float in the parade at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15. You will be emailed more details when you submit your application.

Reverse tie-dye sponsorship
A new event this year will give students the opportunity to bleach dye (reverse tie-dye) T-shirts donated by student organizations and departments. If your organization or department does not have any T-shirts to donate, the Homecoming Committee is open to other ideas or activities your organization could host at this event. Register to donate shirts or participate in another way.

Career & Internship Showcase set Oct. 6

The fall 2022 Career & Internship Showcase will be from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, in The W’s Hall of Champions. More than 80 employers, graduate schools, and service organizations will attend. All students are encouraged to polish up their resumes, dress for success, and engage with these professionals.

Sir Victor mascot actors, wranglers sought

Have any interest in being Sir Victor or helping take Sir Victor to events? Please fill out the form by 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, to register your interest. For questions or more information, email alaina.malaski@wartburg.edu.


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