Waldorf News


Dr. Blake Slonecker, Assistant Professor of History and Political Science at Waldorf College, will debut his first book this month. “A New Dawn for the New Left: Liberation News Service, Montague Farm, and the Long Sixties” examines the interstices between sexual liberation, counterculture, antinuclear activism, and Marxism.


Dr. Kristín Jónína Taylor, Associate Professor of Music at Waldorf College, has been selected by The College Music Society (CMS) to serve as their inaugural ambassador to Iceland.


Forest City, Iowa – Ring in the holiday season with music at Christmas with Waldorf, an annual weekend of concert performances, at Immanuel Lutheran Church on Saturday, December 1, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, December 2, at 3:00 p.m. The theme of this year’s performance is A Rose in Winter.


Waldorf College Associate Professor of Creative Writing Joe Wilkins will host a public reading of Notes from the Journey Westward, his latest collection of poems. This is his second collection of published poetry and winner of the 17th Annual White Pine Press Prize in Poetry.


Waldorf College students are not the only ones hard at work this semester. College faculty will be presenting their research projects and papers at the school’s annual Fall Faculty Inquirere Nov. 5 and 7.


Waldorf College’s Distinguished Visiting Writers Series enters its fifth year with a public reading by author Steven Coughlin on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012.


The Forest City Wellness Coalition (FCWC) is partnering with Waldorf College to host its first community common reading experience. Students and community members are invited to read “The Sacred Acre,” the inspirational story of football coach Ed Thomas.

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