More volunteers are needed to help package food at a Wednesday, March 2 event sponsored by Waldorf College and Immanuel Lutheran Church. This is the second year the college and Forest City church have teamed up to help the food-aid organization, Kids Against Hunger.
Two Waldorf College seniors, accompanied by two history professors, will return for the second year to present history papers alongside peers and professionals at a prestigious conference March 3-5 in Omaha, Neb.
Novelist Dean Bakopoulos, a professor of creative writing at Iowa State University, will visit Waldorf College on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 21-22 to read from his first novel and to work with students.
Waldorf College, a four-year liberal arts school, will host an open house on Saturday, Feb. 19 to give prospective students and their parents a chance to visit the campus and learn what the college has to offer.
Waldorf College and Immanuel Lutheran Church have started raising money for a food-packaging event set for March in partnership with the food-aid organization Kids Against Hunger.
Catherine Hager said Waldorf College, a four-year liberal arts school, is exactly what she is looking for in a college.
Theater and music students will have the opportunity to experience Waldorf College, a four-year liberal arts school, and to audition for scholarships during the Fine Arts Weekend events at the college during February and March.
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