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Plus, face mask design contest 😷

June 13, 2020

Community anti-racism prayer vigil

Coach Marcus Newsom invites the community to a prayer vigil on Wednesday, June 17, at 6 p.m. at Kohlmann Park in Waverly. It will begin with remarks from Coach Newsom followed by silent prayer for 8 minutes and 46 seconds. Places to safely stand will be marked as we are asking everyone to engage in social distancing. Please also wear a mask to keep our neighbors safe. The prayer vigil will be live-streamed at www.stpaulswaverly.org and made available on the St. Paul's YouTube channel.


Library's Systemic Racism & White Privilege Resources guide

Vogel Library’s vision, mission and goals support equality and equity, and our collection of materials on systemic racism and white privilege is always growing. You can get started exploring these options on our Systemic Racism & White Privilege Resources guide: https://knightguides.wartburg.edu/racismandprivilege. Streaming films and eBooks are available immediately, no matter your location. To access print books and DVDs, see the library’s current availability on our hours page: http://library.wartburg.edu/hours-all.html.


Face mask design contest deadline is Monday

As we prepare to reopen campus in the fall, the college plans to provide a free mask to all students, faculty and staff to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus. The campus recovery committee is asking students and alumni to submit two-color design ideas for these masks using the theme “Knights Care.”

If you understand graphic design, please send an outlined version in EPS format. If you aren’t a graphic designer, that’s OK. Download the template pictured here, draw your design, and send in a photo. The Marketing & Communication Office will make changes and work with the winner to ensure it can be made into masks. Designs are due Monday, June 15, to chris.knudson@wartburg.edu.

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