Waldorf News


Biology professor Dr. Paul Bartelt will join Governor Terry Branstad’s Advisory Boards to strengthen the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in local and statewide schools.


Two Waldorf College students have returned from the Peruvian Amazon and will conduct in-depth studies of microbial life in soil samples they obtained on their journey.


A full-tuition scholarship from Waldorf College will allow Kevin Ansel to fulfill his passion of serving the country and participating in theatre.


Kids from kindergarten through 8th grade will learn the basics of soccer in a youth camp organized at Waldorf College from August 1-3.


Jeff Eastman can breathe a sigh of relief. The 33-year-old paramedic firefighter and single parent of four has received a full-tuition scholarship from Waldorf College that will ease the path toward finishing his degree.


Waldorf College hosts the tenth annual 3M Puckerbrush 5K race on July 14


After a successful year of collecting over 500 pairs of shoes for the less fortunate, Waldorf College will continue its rich tradition of community service by expanding the Soles4Souls program further into the Forest City area.

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