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The Juice (Students) - April 18

April 18, 2017
Campus dining during Tour Week and May Term

Click the links to see the dining hours for Mensa, the Den, Konditorei, and Zesty Orange during Tour Week and May Term.

Stress-Free Zone
S.A.F.E. (Suicide Awareness For Everyone) will host a Stress-Free Zone event Tuesday, April 18, 3-5 p.m., on the campus mall. This opportunity for students to take a break from studying will feature a chance to engage in some animal therapy. Direct questions to S.A.F.E. President Hailey Franzen.
Midnight Breakfast on Tuesday night
President Colson invites students to the Finals Week tradition of Midnight Breakfast in Mensa on Tuesday, April 18, from 11 p.m. to midnight. Enjoy some late-night food and fellowship as faculty and staff serve breakfast treats! 
New option for grab-and-go on GET
Beginning in May Term, the Den will test a new grab-and-go board plan meal on GET: the Snack Pack. The Snack Pack menu choice will allow you to pick five items from a list. The items on this list will be shelf-stable snack items, including several choices that will be easy for a person to stash in their backpack. Food items will be identified as GF (gluten-free), V (vegetarian), DF (dairy-free), and NF (nut-free). As always, it is recommended that you always check the food label for ingredients, as companies may make changes to their retail items.
Wartburg Players meeting
The Wartburg Players’ last member meeting of the academic year will be Wednesday, April 19, 8:30 p.m., in Luther Hall 330. All who want to share their love of theater and the arts with the Wartburg campus and beyond are welcome! The short meeting will include voting for the positions of president, vice president, and secretary. To nominate yourself or someone else, email adeline.angst@wartburg.edu; deadline is April 18. Nominations must include the name of nominee, what role they are being nominated for, and a short description of why they would be a good fit for the selected office. Click here to see the descriptions of the three positions. 
Help plan St. Elizabeth Week
The St. Elizabeth Committee, in partnership with the Volunteer Action Center, is in charge of planning the service opportunities and events that go on during the week of Nov. 17 every year. If you would like to help with planning, click this link
Student employee wages
Effective June 1, the Wartburg College Student Employment program will require all student employees to deposit their wages directly into their bank account, set up a Student Payroll Deduction Agreement to have wages applied to their tuition account, or arrange a combination of these two options. This change is part of the college’s expense-reduction efforts as well as a way in which we can adapt more sustainable practices. 
UKnight Day participation skyrockets 
Our campus truly UKnighted on March 30, as we raised more than $110,000 and demolished Wartburg’s one-day participation record! Among the 1,416 UKnight Day donors were 138 faculty and staff and 219 students, which represent a 71 percent increase in campus givers from last year. Thank you for all that you do on UKnight Day and every day to make Wartburg the finest in the East or West!
Congrats to Gremmels Fellowship recipient
Taylor Yezek ’12 is this year’s recipient of the Bob Gremmels Graduate Fellowship. Yezek is pursuing a master’s degree in strategic communication at the University of Iowa. The fellowship awards a $9,000 stipend in honor of the remarkable legacy of leadership and service provided to the college by Gremmels, professor emeritus of journalism, and is made possible through the generosity of Harold P. ’58 and Grace A. ’61 Kurtz.
Student employment forms 
Direct deposit forms and Student Payroll Deduction Agreements can be picked up in the Student Employment Office, Luther Hall 212, or found on our website. Completed forms should be submitted to the Student Employment Office by their respective deadlines. Questions regarding this change can be directed to Abbie Raum, student employment coordinator, studentemployment@wartburg.edu or 319-352-8350.
Leadership opportunity for high school juniors
The Institute for Leadership Education seeks high school juniors interested in expanding their leadership skills and service experiences through the 2017-18 High School Leadership Institute. Selected high school juniors will:
  • Attend a leadership institute at Wartburg June 25- July 1 or at Wartburg West in Denver, Colo., July 31-Aug. 5 (focus on sustainability).
  • Learn leadership theory and practice leadership skills.
  • Participate in service opportunities in the community. 
  • Develop a service project to implement in their own community during their senior year.

If you know of current juniors who would benefit from HSLI, please forward this information to them, or email their contact information to hsli@wartburg.edu. For more information about HSLI, click here.

Tax deadline is April 18
The Mail Center reminds faculty, staff, and students that the deadline to file federal income taxes this year is April 18. The Mail Center can guarantee a postmark with the April 18 date until 3:30 p.m. April 18. After that time, returns should be taken to the Waverly Post Office, 124 Second St. SE, in order to receive the correct postmark.
See past announcements
Visit the InfoCenter to see previous editions of The Juice for details on the following:
  • New shuttle program for student travel
  • Websites to bookmark
  • New way to make maintenance requests
  • KnightVision streaming schedule
Upcoming Events

Stress-Free Zone on campus mall
April 18

Midnight breakfast
April 18

Tour Week 
April 23-30

May 28

Online parking
registration deadline

June 27

Click here to view the full Wartburg events calendar.

The Juice is a weekly e-newsletter sent Mondays to communicate campus news and events. Most announcements will run twice, then continue to be available in the Information Center.

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Senior Chapel sign-up 
Juniors, consider sharing yourself with the Wartburg community through a senior chapel. The sign-up sheet is located in the Chapel narthex or email kathy.liddle@wartburg.edu.
Join us Wednesday, April 19, for Sanctuary, a relaxed time of Bible study, fellowship, worship band music, prayers, and communion. Sanctuary takes place at 9 p.m. in Chapel Commons (basement). Come by at 8:45 for snacks and conversation.
May Term worship
Sanctuary is a holy space in the midst of your busy life where you can recharge and renew. Expect a relaxed time of Bible study, fellowship, music, prayers, and communion. This will be the only worship opportunity on campus during May Term and will take place on Sunday evenings (May 7, 14, and 21) at 8 p.m. in Chapel Commons (basement). Come by at 7:45 for snacks and conversation, Sanctuary begins at 8 and ends at 9.
Gone for May Term?
If you will be off-campus during May Term, please consider making arrangements early to ensure you receive your May 15 wages (payment for April work hours). Students are encouraged to either sign up for Direct Deposit to their bank account OR for the Payroll Deduction Agreement to their tuition account. The respective forms are available here or in the Business Office, Luther Hall 212. 
Apply now for new student employment opportunities
Both 2017 summer and 2017-18 academic year position openings are now being posted to Knightlink. Like and follow us on Facebook at Wartburg College Student Employment to easily see what new job openings are being posted as they become available. Questions regarding these positions or Knightlink can be directed to Abbie Raum, student employment coordinator, at 352-8350.
Urban Studies internships
The Urban Studies Program in Des Moines is taking applications now for internships that are a part of the program. Please contact Jo Dorrance for details.
Lydia Posselt ’07 was selected as part of an international preaching contest to deliver the sermon at the closing worship of the Lutheran World Federation Assembly in Windhoek, Namibia, as reported by Lutheran World.

Katie Leners Johnston ’07 was named principal of North Cedar Elementary, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.

Lucy Joseph ’07 started the City Sparkles cheerleading squad, a mix of general education students and students with disabilities, at Iowa City High School, as reported by CBS2.

Josh Hauser ’06 honored his mother, who was murdered in 1994, by creating and donating "Becky Baskets" to Horizon's Homicide Survivors program, as reported in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Cedar Rapids Gazette, and Des Moines Register.

Eric Keller was named the d3wrestle.com National Coach of the Year, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.

Ben Bogard '16 talked about his experience working as a video fellow at Buzzfeed and showing his film, The Art of Hope, at the Sundance Film Festival with the Post-Bulletin.
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