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  • Dean’s List Terms 3A15 & 3B15 | The Warrior
    MN Carlos Negron APO AE Michael Nelson Fort Worth TX Thomas Norris Xenia OH Jarred O Dell Watertown NY Fabian Oden Columbia TN Anson Olmos Wheat Ridge CO Brian Opitz Holly Springs NC Christina Owen Columbus GA Michael Parrott San Antonio TX Frank Patterson North Port FL Laura Paul Forks WA Jake Pendergrass Albany OR Frederick Pitts Clermont FL Damon Quandt Ames IA Angelique Ragin Virginia Beach VA Michael Reed Parker TX Alaina Reid Lockport NY Katrina Reynolds Lansing MI Dell Richards Fruitland Park FL Keith Riggs Kalamazoo MI Jerry Ritchie Penn Laird VA Patrick Rogers Florence SC Stephen Rogers League City TX Michael Rudasill Fallston MD Jeremy Schoen Waxhaw NC Kenneth Shephard San Antonio TX Robert Shore Reidsville GA Stephen Silva Plympton MA Robert Simmons Platte City MO Bryan Smith Orlando FL Shane Smith Puyallup WA Ryan Spurlock Reno NV Donald Stefani Fort Pierce FL Julie Strawn Mt Enterprise TX Bryan Sullivan Graniteville SC Kent Swanson Idaho Falls ID Joshua Taylor Dallas GA Michelle Thomasson Springdale AR Kim Thompson Worthington WV Mark Tillery Cedartown GA Brandon Tuberg Bullhead City AZ William Tyler Murrieta CA Adam VanderLeest Polk City IA Cristal Vega Elizabeth NJ Angela Vicars Kingsport TN Eric Wallace Lacona IA Mollie Warburton Grinnell IA Sean Wargny Columbia SC Michael Warstler Abilene TX Pamela Webb Lake Panasoffkee FL Bryan Webber Spokane WA Ticha Weeks Juliette GA Kevin Weems Wilmington DE Melvin Wehrman Jr Bel Air MD Greg Wehrum Bethel OH Michael Whyne Mechanicsburg PA Amy Williams Nora Springs IA Freddie Williams Moultrie GA Gregory Wilson Hot Springs AR Samantha Wood Northfield VT Donald Wooten Chesapeake VA Shemekia Wright Ripley TN Kelsey Yazell Indianola IA Term 3B15 Nelson Acosta Houston TX Danise Allen Redford MI Ernesto Amador Charlotte NC Matthew Angelo Trussville AL Ana Aragon Jacksonville NC Richard Balmer Pauline SC Keith Barrow Sanford NC Anthony Barton Fort Worth TX Daniel Becker Chetek WI Sean Betts Chesapeake VA Christopher Bickings Birdsboro PA Lewis Blase APO AE John Bomar Lynchburg VA John Bourgeois Jr Waltham MA Derek Bowmer Philadelphia PA Michael Boyes Russellville AR Candice Brazzle Biloxi MS Jyl Bucano San Diego CA Jeffrey Bush Hendersonville TN Bryan Butler Fort Sill OK Jonathon Byrge Richmond VA Christopher Caisse Severna Park MD Chad Carney Howell MI Cynthia Carter Queesnbury NY Allen Carwile Rustburg VA Tonya Casey Woodruff SC Kevin Cecak Cedar Rapids IA Conner Chess Marysville WA Timothy Christian Knoxville TN Cheryl Clark Dayton OH Mark Coffin Bonney Lake WA April Corcoran Bellevue NE Jose Cortez Houston TX Aaron Crighton Alturas CA James Daniels Milton FL Rhonda Dean Ankeny IA Greg Deavila Carlsbad CA John Debar Tipp City OH Kevin DeFoor Wildorado TX Emily DeVoe Valencia PA Karan Dhooper Cypress TX Jeffrey Dietrich Easley SC Renae Douglas Leighton IA Jason Draper Kissimmee FL Nicola DuVernay Braselton GA Richard Edwards Folsom CA Brittney Edwards Kent OH Barbara Ehrhardt Manly IA Charlotte Eladaoui Rogers AR Kenneth Faltersack Roseville CA Samuel Fleming Blue Eye MO Andrew Frattaroli Lexington SC Kara Gerdeman Spencer IA Carla Gibson

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  • Student Life | The Warrior
    point average of 3 50 for that term and have completed a minimum of six credits during the term Congratulations and keep up the good work Warriors Acosta Nelson Houston TX Ahrens Jamie Alton IA Alexander Shane Wichita KS Anderson Derek Clinton WI Ashford Brandon Valley AL Aucoin Zaquary Gray LA Ayers Derrick Stigler OK Baisden Jim Rice Lake WI Barden Shelley Valdosta GA Barkley Randy Watauga TX Barron Yolanda Perry GA Baumeister Michelle Carroll IA Belcher Christopher Kernersville NC Blakeney Courtney Columbus MS Bloomer Joseph Destin FL Bluml Carrie Glidden IA Bombo Jr Richard Charlotte NC Bonham Eric Mahomet IL Bowden Christopher Murrieta CA Box Jeremiah Rockford IL Braun Amanda Salem WI Bravo Vic Allen TX Brewer Tammy Lake Forest CA Brown Joseph Hampton VA Bryant Stephen Sumter SC Buckley Isiah Dulles Place VA Burnett Elizabeth Martinez GA Cambise Tanya Albuquerque NM Carlson John Indianola IA Charles Pierre Hedison spring valley NY Christopherson Ryan West St Paul MN Clemmons Drew Pea Ridge AR Clousher Anthony Hanover PA Coogle Christopher Columbus GA Cooper Kyle Mason City IA Cortez Jose Houston TX Cory Troy Pleasant Hill IA Covey Lisa Altoona IA Cozart Mickey Chauncey OH Craddock Dena North Bend OR Cruikshank Elizabeth APO AP Dalton IJanna Dougalsville GA Dannemiller Taylor Hampton VA Darst Chet Truro IA Dawson Lindsey Jacksonville AR Dawson Carlous Davenport IA Dean Rodney Richland WA Defeo Joshua Las Vegas NV Deweese Dathan Las Vegas NV Diaz Joaquin Kaneohe HI Dillard Barry Stillwater OK Dobson Adam Campbellsville KY Duncan Kelly Mooresville NC Durham Christina Marietta OH DuVernay Nicola Braselton GA Dye Adam Ladson SC Dyer Robert Lewisville TX Eden Kyle Glendora CA Edington Glenn Stoughton MA Edwards Brittney Grovetown GA Elledge Dustin Asheboro NC Elliott Andrew Clarksville VA Enriquez Jorge Watsonville CA Flynn Brenda San Angelo TX Fortner Nicholas Woodruff SC Franklin Joseph Spring City UT Fry Diane Avonmore PA Fullerton Allison Eden Prairie MN Gallagher Jeffrey Frisco TX Gibson Angela Warrenton VA Gilkey Don Houston TX Gordon Megan Elk Ridge UT Graham Thomas Ponchatoula LA Graham Mia Greensboro NC Grassel Richard Lawrenceville VA Gresham William Houston TX Griggs Rick Sacramento CA Grimaldi Vanessa Jupiter FL Gurney Donald Read more Home Student Life Feb 12 Couple Shares Waldorf Legacy of Learning Posted on Feb 12 2015 James Williams of Nora Springs Iowa recently revisited the Waldorf College campus with his family for an open house event Williams who graduated from Waldorf in 1995 with an associate in arts degree in secondary education recalled some memories of the school Where the library is at now used to be the art building where I took a sculpture class James said I enjoyed showing my family around and reliving some of my good Read More Feb 12 Continuing Education Spanish Courses Now Offered Posted on Feb 12 2015 More than 37 million people speak Spanish in the U S making it the most spoke non English language in America For many Spanish is rapidly becoming a business necessity Bilingual skills could possibly

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  • In Focus: Eron Sunshine | The Warrior
    to be the person who was able to help out in an emergency After serving in the military and completing an associate degree in his native Georgia Sunshine began his first job as a paramedic firefighter in 2005 in Hall County Since that time he has continued to work as a paramedic firefighter for other Georgia emergency services and currently works with an ambulance service in Roswell Ga While enjoying his career Sunshine decided to enroll in Waldorf College in 2012 to pursue an online bachelor s degree in organizational leadership with a concentration in health care management He chose Waldorf because I wanted to find a school that was affordable accredited and was based on Christian principles and Waldorf College was able to meet all three requirements In addition completing a bachelor s degree has special significance to him Having a degree allows for a person to have greater options in life as an opposed to being stuck in just one career While I love being a paramedic and helping people I can use this degree to help people It just may not be as a paramedic on an ambulance he explained As a Waldorf student Sunshine said he has enjoyed his coursework the faculty and staff of the college I was diagnosed with cancer in December of last year In February while undergoing treatment I was really close to dropping out and taking a break The staff at Waldorf College was able to grant me an extension for the class and encouraged me to finish said Sunshine who is now fully recovered As Sunshine continues in his career and his education with Waldorf he plans to still be the person to help out others in need Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a

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  • What to Watch | 2.2.2015 | The Warrior
    30 p m CST Friday Feb 6 Stream live here Men s Basketball vs Haskell Indian Nations University 7 30 p m CST Friday Feb 6 Stream live here Women s Basketball vs Oklahoma Wesleyan University 3 p m CST Saturday Feb 7 Stream live here Men s Basketball vs Oklahoma Wesleyan University 5 p m CST Saturday Feb 7 Stream live here Warrior Athletic News Here is the latest news about several Waldorf athletic programs Hockey Waldorf to host NCHL Tournament Feb 13 15 Men s basketball Waldorf caps road trip with second straight win Warriors grind out road win over Indians Women s basketball Warriors show hustle in loss to No 14 Eagles Haskell halts Waldorf with hot second half 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 Parks of Iowa Feb 6 2015 Loan A Book Program Oct 13 2014

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  • Waldorf Honors Veterans | The Warrior
    students and alumni we thank you for choosing Waldorf to facilitate your academic success and career dreams Thank you for your service Author Whitney Fike 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

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  • Fighting for the Right to Learn | The Warrior
    been freed from slavery in Virginia at age 3 Throughout his life Clark worked to improve the status of blacks in Iowa In 1855 he and 32 other blacks in Muscatine County petitioned the Iowa Legislature to repeal the law prohibiting the immigration of free Negroes into this State The plea was rejected During the Civil War Clark organized the 1st Iowa Volunteers of African Descent later re designated the 60th Regiment Infantry United States Colored Troops a Union regiment of 1 100 black soldiers from Iowa and Missouri Clark himself enlisted in 1863 and was appointed a sergeant major In 1867 Clark sent his daughter to a school in Muscatine where she was refused admittance due to her race Muscatine had separate schools for blacks however these schools were not located near where the black children lived This made it hard for them to attend and the quality of the instructors was poor Clark took his fight all the way to the Iowa Supreme Court where he won a ruling based on the Iowa Constitution of 1857 which states that the board of education is required to provide for the education of all the youths of the State through a system of common schools Requiring black students to attend a separate school violated the law Later Clark took up the fight again for the education of his children by pushing for son Alexander Jr to attend University of Iowa law school He succeeded and his son became the first black to graduate from the law school Clark himself became the second His final achievement would be the appointment by President Benjamin Harrison to be the U S minister to Liberia one of the highest appointments of a black by a U S president up to that point Clark died

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  • Q&A on Holiday Etiquette | The Warrior
    a monogramed charger or a drinking glass What should I wear As the saying goes it is always better to be over dressed than under dressed Look for cues from the invitation that will help you decide which wardrobe style to wear Jeans are typically never okay unless it is a tacky sweater party which in that case any form of jeans or pants will be fine to wear under your comfy sweater If the invitation has lent you no clues ask your hostess what she plans on wearing and that should guide you to the right style of clothing How long should I stay If the party you re attending has any main event such as a game it is appropriate to stay until after this has occurred If the get together is a cocktail party format where you ll be socializing say hello to your host or hostess upon arriving chat with a few guests and have one drink and snack then make your way out after thanking them for having you by It s best not to offer any excuse as to why you may be leaving early only mentioning what a great time you ve had What if I m invited to multiple parties If you have more than one to attend choose the outlined steps of one drink one snack and staying for about an hour at your first location and inform the second location you ll be there a little bit late If one of your parties has a main event such as a gift swap make sure you are there before or after this starts as to not interrupt Should I bring food or drink Likely you will not need to bring your own food or drink unless your invitation indicates so Most

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  • Athletic Facts | The Warrior
    All Americans Member of the Mid States Football Association Cheerleading One of the first in the Midwest to offer scholarships to cheerleaders Will be participating in the inaugural season for Competition Cheer Dance in 2015 as part of NAIA Soccer Men s Full size turf match field with lights and grass training facilities Quality education while playing soccer under scholarship Full varsity and junior varsity squads Year round athletic experience Soccer Women s 2013 record breaking season 4 MCAC all conference players in the 2013 fall season 8 MCAC Scholar Athletes in 2012 2013 school year Players represent 16 states and nations Volleyball 2012 school record for wins in a season 2012 MCAC Tournament runner up Committed to developing a nationally ranked program Varsity and junior varsity squads Author Whitney Fike 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 Parks of Iowa Feb 6 2015 Loan

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