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  • Waldorf Hosts Hockey Conference Tournament | The Warrior
    2 you can bet you will want to tune into this weekend s events Live video of the six tournament games will be provided by the Waldorf sports information department at new livestream com waldorfcollegestream KZOW our campus student led radio station will be broadcasting the games live on Saturday and Sunday Listeners can catch the live play by play at www kzowfm com listen The Warriors receive a first round bye and open the tournament on Feb 14 in a 4 p m semifinal against the lowest seeded team that advances from opening round action Second seeded Robert Morris University 16 13 is ranked No 15 in the Central Region poll and also earned a first round bye The Eagles play in an 8 p m semifinal on Feb 14 The NCHL championship game is set for Sunday Feb 15 at 2 p m and the winner will be awarded the Philip E Schroeder Memorial Trophy also known as the Hap Cup The tournament s official bracket can be viewed at the following link http nchlhockey pointstreaksites com view nchl hockey nchl tourney Those interested in traveling to the tournament Ticket prices for each tournament game are 5 for students and 7 for adults No passes will be accepted during the tournament and tickets can be purchased before each game at Albert Lea City Arena in Minnesota located at 701 Lake Chapeau Drive Comfort Inn Suites By Carlson located at 2214 E Main St in Albert Lea has been designated as the official NCHL Tournament Headquarters For more information on rates call 507 373 5513 Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent Popular Random Job

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  • Archives | The Warrior
    created As an online student I can personally say when things are organized at my desk or study space I m able to get more done and in return not be distracted Here are a Read More Next Entries Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the Waldorf Career Center Feb 12 2016 Waldorf College Announcement Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016

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  • A Time to Give Thanks | The Warrior
    look back on what we have accomplished this semester and I am so thankful for the people who make up Waldorf College Earlier this month I was able to meet with many alumni and friends of the college at our Homecoming weekend Thanks to their continued support Waldorf College has maintained its rich history and traditions Our fantastic faculty staff and administration have been hard at work encouraging and helping our students succeed not only in the classroom but in their careers as well building life long networks of professional mentors To our students thank you for inspiring us every day with your thirst for learning and your commitment to Waldorf College Our new Master s program was motivated in no small part by your desire to continue your education at Waldorf College Waldorf College would not be where we are today without each and every one of you And for that I thank you Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the Waldorf Career Center Feb 12 2016 Waldorf College

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  • National Mentoring Month | The Warrior
    Chantell Cooley discuss the importance of mentoring in their lives What does mentorship mean to you and what experiences have you had that shaped that view Let us know in the comments below Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the

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  • Archives | The Warrior
    Read More Jan 12 10 Surefire Study Tips to Ace Your Next Test Posted on Jan 12 2016 We have all been there The day before a big test and you know you need to cram 8 weeks of work into 3 hours of studying Even though sleeping with your math book under your pillow may not help you retain all the information in your course we have a few tips that are sure to help you remember all the important information Sleep it off Studying right before bed can help you retain more information During your sleep the Read More Jan 05 Pressing the Reset Button The Importance of Napping Posted on Jan 5 2016 What better prescription could you get from your doctor than an order to sleep more As a student it can be hard to get enough sleep Many times it can seem that work family and school obligations are cutting into your rest But seeing sleep as only one 7 9 hour period of time per day may be the base of our problems when are calculating our daily rest According to the National Sleep Foundation more than 85 of mammalian species Read More Next

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  • Graduate Spotlight: Brian Kokkila | The Warrior
    in Orange Beach Kokkila and his family traveled from Pennsylvania to Orange Beach and wanted to pick up his cap and gown and meet Academic Advisor Debra Waldrop Kokkila graduated with a 4 0 from Waldorf College in May of 2015 with a bachelor s degree in fire administration along with two certificates in OSH and Emergency Management He has worked for the Peters Township Fire Department for the past 17 years Kokkila also is a firefighter paramedic and serves as deputy chief of the Pennsylvania Urban Search and Rescue It s great knowing that students enjoy their time at Waldorf College I enjoyed attending Waldorf because of the interaction and support of the wonderful staff Everybody has been very encouraging said Kokkila In July of 2016 Kokkila will attend the Executive Fire Officer Program Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the Waldorf Career Center Feb 12 2016 Waldorf College Announcement Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Edna Griffin The Rosa

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  • Archives | The Warrior
    and events to look forward to each year but often we Read More Dec 01 Holiday Closures Christmas New Years Posted on Dec 1 2015 Waldorf College Online Services will be closed Wednesday December 23 Friday December 25 2015 and will re open Monday December 28 2015 at 8 00 a m CST In addition Waldorf College will be closed on Friday January 1 2015 and will re open Monday January 4 2016 Student requests including email and voicemail will be promptly attended to upon our return Suggested Submission Deadlines for the Holiday Schedule The Read More Dec 01 Find Joy in Charitable Giving Posted on Dec 1 2015 After a grateful Thanksgiving holiday we often begin to dream up our Christmas list spending time thinking about the things we hope to receive from loved ones We get excited thinking about the thrilled expressions that will spread across our friends and family s faces as they pick out the gift we hand selected just for them We are very fortunate to be able to dream of gifts to receive and be able to give presents to those we care Read More Next Entries Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the

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  • Faculty | The Warrior
    an advisor for multiple student organizations while finishing a Master s Degree at the University of Georgia He taught at Kennesaw State University KSU from 2005 until 2011 Concurrent with his civilian career Riddle also serves as a Military Intelligence officer in the Army National Guard serving in multiple roles with a wide range of responsibilities In 2011 he deployed to Afghanistan with U S Special Operations Command in 2012 Upon his return he joined Columbia Southern Education Group and has continued to teach as an online adjunct with KSU s Leadership Studies Program Riddle holds a Master of Education in College Student Affairs Administration from the University of Georgia a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of South Carolina Aiken a Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Ethics from Kennesaw State University and is currently working on a Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design from the University of Wisconsin Stout Prior to deploying to Afghanistan he was enrolled in a PhD program in International Relations at the University of Georgia where his research focus was on international organizations conflict and the laws of warfare Author Whitney Fike Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply

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