Cancer survivor Kari Liotta will tell her story with humor to Forest City community at Waldorf College on Thursday, March 29.
Four political experts will discuss and debate Iowa’s primary position in the presidential election at the 2012 History and Political Symposium on Thursday, March 29, at Waldorf College. First in the Nation: Should Iowa Retain its Primary Position?, will feature the views of scholars, the media and the Iowa Secretary of State.
Waldorf College will join the American Red Cross in recognizing March as Red Cross Month and host its second annual blood drive on Tuesday, March 27.
Hundreds of Forest City community members will join the fight against child hunger by packaging thousands of meals at the Kids Against Hunger program on Wednesday, March 7, in the Waldorf College Atrium.
Inspired by complexities of vision, language and perception, Dr. Irene Abraham will showcase her artwork, Seeing is Believing, at Waldorf College Art Gallery from February 10 – March 22.
From a heavy metal rock musician to a poet to a professor – acclaimed writer Debra Marquart will read from her work and share stories of her unusual experiences at the Waldorf College Distinguished Writers Series on Tuesday, January 31.
Waldorf history majors and faculty will help elementary school children for the History Day contest.
Copyright © 2014 Waldorf College | Forest City, Iowa 50436 800.292.1903 (Residential Programs) | 877.267.2157 (Online Programs)