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  • Positive Change | The Warrior
    right but I honestly have learned to go with the flow After a while circumstances change and things have a way of working themselves out If we can find that place of peace and really sit on that and believe things will work out we can really walk through change with a different mindset Remember change is inevitable Become an expert at handling change and embrace it Trying to stop it will not only cause you stress but it will bring you down and make the future tough to anticipate Change has made me who I am today I have been working with our family business now for over 25 years Even this very day I am walking through change Of course I don t want to change my ways or habits but I must if I want to keep moving forward At times when change comes my way I don t want to embrace it I kick and scream for awhile and demand my way But soon I come around and embrace my new life Change keeps you on the go and opens you up for new vision and ideas for your life It makes you a better person if you give it a chance A very positive change is coming to our institution With the new name and the new brand image of Waldorf I expect huge growth and change from Waldorf I hope you are all as excited as I am to the future of Waldorf University Author Brooke Cooley Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter 1 Comment Charles Eggers February 11 2016 We have a quote in our Sunday School classroom that reads Change is inevitable but growth is optional I look at it often and its a great reminder to breathe slowly and be

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  • Fire Prevention Week 2014 | The Warrior
    Association website and watch our Waldorf College Fire Prevention PSA Cooking is the leading cause home fires and home fire injuries followed heating equipment Between 2007 2011 candles caused 3 of home fires 4 of home fire deaths 7 of home fire injuries and 6 of direct property damage from home fires Electrical failure or malfunctions caused an average of almost 48 000 home fires per year resulting in roughly 450 deaths and nearly 1 5 billion in direct property damage Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in reported home fires in half Always keep a fire escape plan in place This plan should provide two ways out of the home as well as a meeting place outside of the home Practice this plan every six months If living in dorms on campus check the school s rules before using electrical appliances in your room and always be aware of your buildings exits in case of a fire If the fire alarm in your dormitory goes off evacuate the building and do not return until giving the all clear signal from fire safety professionals Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel

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  • Challenge U | The Warrior
    a year from now If you are wanting to excel in your job with more pay or maybe new responsibilities make action on this and do what it takes to reach that goal Maybe you have a goal to be more of an influencer with others or even to be a mentor Taking those steps to make action will be what it takes to move yourself from one level of success to another I personally take each day and mentally see myself advancing forward It could be to decide to be more social than you were last year or to read one book per month on a topic that will help you at your job There are so many ways to advance yourself whether its for a job promotion or just being a better person One thing that I decided to do years ago is to listen to people more actually to be an expert at listening Now I am still working on this but for me this is a must in my position Listening to others brings value to them and tells them that you respect what they have to say Instead of setting such lofty goals for yourself this year or that dreaded New Years Resolution go after small things as I have stated above As you do this you will feel more accomplished and energized because you are meeting your goals Here are some excellent goal ideas for the year Listen more this year Write more cards to appreciate others Read more self help books Find someone to mentor Start your Read more Home Challenge U Feb 09 Being a Servant Leader Posted on Feb 9 2015 Random Acts of Kindness week takes place each February During this week people are encouraged to offer acts of kindness to family members co workers and even strangers My definition of kindness is being a servant leader 365 days a year Living the life of a servant leader is the most honorable title one can hold As a small child my parents taught me to serve others To learn to give back even when it was not convenient To Read More Jan 23 National Mentoring Month Posted on Jan 23 2015 January is National Mentoring Month and in honor of the occasion we at Waldorf College would like to put a special focus on the mentors in our lives We want to hear about the experiences you have had mentoring another or the transformation that occurred when you were mentored and how that experience changed your life Please watch the short video below as President Alsop and Chantell Cooley discuss the importance of mentoring in Read More Jan 05 Piloting Your Time Posted on Jan 5 2015 January is always the month in which everyone seems to want a fresh start we can change some of the things that did not work in the past and move forward with new strategies in our everyday life As for me I m

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  • Christmas Memories at Waldorf | The Warrior
    moved to the Atrium No matter where it moved to the smell was always sure to follow If you have ever smelled or experienced lutefisk you understand It has a rather pungent odor To say it is an acquired taste is an understatement Only a select few develop a fondness for the jelly like fish so throughout the decades students have plugged their noses held their breath and made numerous jokes at its expense There have even been lyrics written about it to the tune of O Tannebaum Oh lutefisk oh lutefisk your smell is use your imagination However the unique aroma of the tasteless bland food never seems to dampen the spirit of the event or the holiday On the contrary it appears to heighten the excitement for the Christmas festivities that lie ahead It is tradition Although lutefisk gets a bad rap from many folks someday the smell of it may just trigger a beloved Christmas memory in the heart and mind of an alum student or friend and for that perhaps it deserves a little respect Author csuadmin Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published

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  • From Waldorf to Hollywood | The Warrior
    Madison Square Garden in New York City Her work on Survivor Thailand earned her an Emmy Award nomination in the Outstanding Art Direction for a Variety or Music Program Other credits include The Apprentice Live Finale in Los Angeles CBS News with Scott Pelley when in LA CBS News this Morning when in LA Emmy Red Carpet events for CBS Real Time with Bill Mahr Rock Star INXS The Price is Right The Young and the Restless and other corporate events and local shows She even worked as art director for On the Lot a competition for film makers directed by Steven Spielberg To date her favorite project has been the Carol Burnette Show Stoppers reunion show I will never forget when Carol asked Dawn can we just move my chair a little closer to the audience It was such a privilege to work with her and so much fun Schaefer added Even though that meant flipping the entire platform upside down putting wheels on it so it could be moved downstage and upstage later to accommodate a dance number that s the only thing Carol asked of me and I was happy to do it she said Schaefer still loves her job after 15 years and attributes it to the family type atmosphere of the studio She is married to alumnus Gary Schaefer 93 and they live in Acton Calif with their two sons Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter 2 Comments Ken Lavonne Pickering March 16 2015 Congratulations Dawn what a wonderful article we are so proud of you You have always worked hard to make your dreams come true Wishing you all the best in your future endeavors Love you Ken Lavonne Post a Reply Linda Rausch March 16 2015 We are very

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  • From Waldorf to Hollywood | The Warrior
    Square Garden in New York City Her work on Survivor Thailand earned her an Emmy Award nomination in the Outstanding Art Direction for a Variety or Music Program Other credits include The Apprentice Live Finale in Los Angeles CBS News with Scott Pelley when in LA CBS News this Morning when in LA Emmy Red Carpet events for CBS Real Time with Bill Mahr Rock Star INXS The Price is Right The Young and the Restless and other corporate events and local shows She even worked as art director for On the Lot a competition for film makers directed by Steven Spielberg To date her favorite project has been the Carol Burnette Show Stoppers reunion show I will never forget when Carol asked Dawn can we just move my chair a little closer to the audience It was such a privilege to work with her and so much fun Schaefer added Even though that meant flipping the entire platform upside down putting wheels on it so it could be moved downstage and upstage later to accommodate a dance number that s the only thing Carol asked of me and I was happy to do it she said Schaefer still loves her job after 15 years and attributes it to the family type atmosphere of the studio She is married to alumnus Gary Schaefer 93 and they live in Acton Calif with their two sons Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter 2 Comments Ken Lavonne Pickering March 16 2015 Congratulations Dawn what a wonderful article we are so proud of you You have always worked hard to make your dreams come true Wishing you all the best in your future endeavors Love you Ken Lavonne Post a Reply Linda Rausch March 16 2015 We are very proud

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  • Tips for Financial Wellness in 2015 | The Warrior
    some money for emergencies that may pop up to avoid a panic attack Get some tax advice early on and save everything such as receipts bills etc Cut back on expenses and save money From discounts to coupons to small change it all adds up to a penny saved is a penny earned Walk and save money on fuel Cook a simple dinner instead of eating out frequently Pay off debts Avoid those nagging bill collectors guilt and worry by clearing as much debt as you can during the next few months However make sure you know just how much you really owe before you do Addressing debt early can lead to financial wellness throughout the year Try networking for a better career option Most everyone wants a better paying job and now is the perfect time to look Consider Waldorf certificate programs that can help you get a promotion Make sure to keep track of all your spending no matter how small the amount That 3 50 for coffee every day adds up and can drain your finances quietly See a financial manager if the whole process seems too overwhelming Generally these advisors can give you a plan and direction to work within your means If you have children educate them about money saving and budgeting This will pay off in the long run as they learn the value of a dollar Do you have any tips to share with others Let us know in the comments below We would love to hear your ideas Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter 1 Comment Tricia January 16 2015 We find it easier to save with an automatic deposit set up from checking to savings You don t see it go in you don t use it

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  • Alumni | The Warrior
    Immanuel Lutheran Church followed by brunch The weekend will come to a close with a musical theatre showcase at the Smith Theatre Reminisce your college Read more Sep 10 0 All Hail to Thee O Waldorf Posted by Whitney Fike on Sep 10 2015 All Hail to Thee O Waldorf We love our Waldorf College the school of Vikings bold we love her royal colors the purple and the gold The second verse of Waldorf s Alma Mater could not be more true Written precisely 100 years ago the song has been unchanged throughout Waldorf s existence The rich history of Waldorf goes beyond 100 years as the college was formally dedicated to the town of Forest City Iowa in October of 1903 The ceremony was performed in front of more than 4 000 people with a dream that the education gained at Waldorf would focus on a path of nurture and service It wasn t until 12 years later that a group of students from the class of 1915 got together to write the school s Alma Mater or college song Tradition runs deep at Waldorf and is one of the many aspects that pulls alumni students faculty staff and administrators together The Alma Mater is often sung at the beginning of the academic year at graduation many events and also at the annual homecoming celebration Waldorf s Homecoming celebration is just around the corner The college is preparing to welcome back alumni and friends to its annual weekend celebration Waldorf is inviting alumni and students back to the college as an integral part of Waldorf s personality and history to come back to campus to help commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Alma Mater and all that Waldorf College means Commencing on Friday October 9 through Sunday October 11 there are many events planned for alumni students and families Visit us during our Homecoming Weekend and learn more about the events offered throughout the weekend at waldorf edu homecoming The Alma Mater All hail to thee O Waldorf Thy praises we will sing Through thy beloved lobby The echoing anthems ring We sing of precepts noble Of loyalty and truth Of love and labor blending To guide the steps of youth We love our Waldorf College The school of Vikings bold We love her royal colors The purple and the gold Then hail all hail to Waldorf Our Alma Mater dear May heaven s richest blessings Crown every passing Read more Home Alumni Oct 02 Alumnus Speaks on Life Baseball Legacy Posted on Oct 2 2014 On Tuesday October 14 at 7 30p m Waldorf alumnus Kent Stock will be speaking in the Atrium as the next featured individual in the Waldorf College Speaker Series The topic of his presentation will be How Do You Want to be Remembered Kent coached the Norway baseball team during their now famous final season The story of his motivational coaching paired with his inspirational team lead to the making of the

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