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Waldorf College’s choir will get a boost this fall as Dr. Adam Luebke, the new director of choral activities, joins the music department.

“I am looking forward to working with the students. When I came for my interview I really enjoyed connecting with them,” said Luebke who will also serve as an assistant professor of music. “I think it is a wonderful tradition to be part of.”


I have served as chairman of the Waldorf Lutheran College Foundation Board of Directors for about18 months. Since we all have a keen interest in the success of Waldorf College I wanted to provide you with a progress report on the Foundation's efforts to assist the college by providing scholarships to Waldorf students, maintaining a vibrant campus ministry program and fostering a stronger relationship with alumni and the Forest City community.


After spending two months at UI Carver College of Medicine, Waldorf College biology professor Dr. Gary Coombs, and senior Cody Barnes gave their final presentations last week as part of the FUTURE program.


The Sunday night jury pronounced Jake Studor guilty of assault. A new verdict from the residents of Forest City, different from the one declared over 100 years ago.


Many more curious questions followed in the second summer orientation held on Waldorf campus, Friday, July 22. In its fourth year, Waldorf’s second summer program drew a total of 51 students from throughout the Midwest.


Three-time U.S. Olympian Jim Spivey will share his love of distance running with high school athletes at the cross-country camp to be held at Waldorf College July 20-23.


Work on the first phase of a shared sports facilities project in Forest City is scheduled for completion in September.

This first phase includes turning the Waldorf College football complex into a soccer field with artificial turf.

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