Blame it on the bevy of TV crime dramas. Or voyeuristic reality shows.
Whatever the reason, there seems to be more people interested in what others are thinking—criminal, social or otherwise. Perhaps this interest in criminology and psychology may be linked to the online polls that show an increased interest in online bachelor’s degrees in psychology and criminal justice administration.
Runners and their pets are invited to participate in the 3K3 Run/Walk/Wag at 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 18 at Waldorf College.
Waldorf College, a four-year liberal arts school, will host an open house on Saturday, March 19 to give prospective students and their parents a chance to visit the campus and learn what the college has to offer.
A Ventura (Iowa) High student is the winner of an inaugural high school writing contest sponsored by the Waldorf College literary journal “Crusader.” Angel Heller, a sophomore at Ventura High School, will have her poem “Hold Me” published in this year’s edition of the journal, which will be available in April from the Waldorf English Department.
A high school senior from Humboldt, Iowa, won a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to attend Waldorf College, and five other students were awarded four-year $2,000 scholarships as part of Scholarship Day on Feb. 12 at the school.
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.
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