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Waldorf students outside the Sheraton Hotel. 5 Waldorf Students Attend the 2015 Alpha Chi National Convention in Chicago - The Alpha Chi National Convention, March 19-21 2015, was held this year at the Sheraton Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. Hundreds of students from both the United States and internationally, gathered from different colleges across the country to celebrate scholarship, academics, networking, and camaraderie. Five members from Waldorf University attended: Marisa Donnelly, Molly Maschka, Tara Kingland, Jenna Tegtmeyer, and Shaye Sutherland. Continue reading
girls playing softball in indoor gym DJACC Organized Chaos – Spring Season in the Denny Jerome Athletic Center [DJAC] - Waldorf University's indoor turf facility, the Denny Jerome Athletic Center, or DJAC, is a second home to many student athletes. Continue reading
Audrey Sparks photo, Waldorf University Sparks Making Waves at Waldorf University - “The camaraderie was amazing. The trust between riders and community members filled the air like some type of euphoric helium lifting everyone’s spirits,” says Audrey Sparks. This is a quote from one of Audrey Sparks’ award-winning articles on the Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI). Sparks, a thirty-eight year old non-traditional senior at Waldorf University, has been making waves this year. Continue reading
Waldorf College building Faculty Inquirere 2015 - “We are taught from a very young age how to be boys or girls,” said Dr. Cynthia Ryder, the first speaker at the Faculty Inquirere presentation on Tuesday, February 17, 2015. Continue reading
sign for airport trip to Belize Belize Bound - Spring Break is just days away and the students and faculty/staff involved with the annual March mission trip at Waldorf University are thrilled to be traveling—however, this year is even more exciting as they are headed out of the country! Continue reading
Spencer Johnson photo, Waldorf University The Man Behind the Mask - “What I love about hockey is my teammates…the speed of the game, and the unbelievable skill and hard work it takes to excel in the game,” said Spencer Johnson, the sophomore Spotlight Athlete of the Week from Burnsville, Minnesota. Continue reading