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  • Whitney Fike | The Warrior
    things We thought we would make it easier for our students to stay connected with their alma mater The Warrior will cover activities and Read More Aug 14 Chantell s Video Blog Posted on Aug 14 2014 Read More Aug 12 Partners Posted on Aug 12 2014 At Waldorf College we are committed to sharing our quality online programs with organizations around the world With our Learning Partner Tuition Discount Program your employees members gain access to our completely online degree and certificate programs at a special discounted partnership tuition rate Dependents of employees members are also eligible Read More Photo Gallery Posted on Aug 12 2014 Read More Aug 12 Faculty Posted on Aug 12 2014 Wes Riddle has joined Waldorf College as the Associate Dean and Director of Online Learning Working with the VPAA and the Waldorf Online staff Riddle will be responsible for administering the online programs offered by Waldorf including administrative responsibility for the online side of departments with programs available via both online and on campus While his primary responsibilities lie with the distance education online Read More Older Entries Next Entries Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the Waldorf Career Center Feb 12 2016

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  • Features | The Warrior
    commitments and all marketing and communication Tradition passion community and success are the four pillars that through our collaborative process we determined are at the core of Waldorf said Waldorf Trustee Robert Mayes The formal evolution from a college to a university helps us with that alignment within higher education and gives Waldorf the status it deserves The daunting task of transitioning to Waldorf University has already begun and a full rollout will be celebrated in March with a campus wide event Chantell Cooley another member of the Waldorf Board of Trustees who spends time on campus mentoring the Cooley Scholars spoke with much promise and pride for Waldorf No matter where our lives take us in the future starting at this very moment we are all connected through Waldorf and that is something of which to be very proud I am so excited to share today with all of you We represent the intersection of the past of this incredible school with the future of what every Waldorf student staff and alumni will be honored to be a Waldorf Warrior Read more Home Features Feb 10 Fighting for the Right to Learn Posted on Feb 10 2015 Alexander G Clark an African American diplomat who served as a U S ambassador was one of the most influential men of his time In fact Clark arguably did more for civil rights than anyone else in 19th century Iowa He was born in 1826 in Pennsylvania to parents who had been freed from slavery When Clark was around 13 his family moved to Cincinnati Ohio for his education and to learn the barbering trade In 1842 he arrived in Read More Jan 09 Happy 100th Birthday Alma Mater Posted on Jan 9 2015 Its doubtful students Marie Malmin John R Amundson and Carl Granskou could have imagined the impact their lyrics would have on generations of Waldorf students faculty and staff when they took on the task of writing the school song in 1915 Indeed these three students along with Alice Heiberg who wrote the music hit a home run with the Waldorf College Alma Mater as it has remained unchanged for 100 years It has been sung Read More Jan 08 Tips for Financial Wellness in 2015 Posted on Jan 8 2015 It s the start of 2015 and now is an ideal time to take a fresh look at your finances for the year Have you made a budget Are you tracking your spending Saving money As January is Financial Wellness Month we wanted to share some of our favorite tips to help you achieve financial happiness this year Find a good book about financial savings so you can prepare a flexible and real budget for you and your family When budgeting Read More Dec 30 Happy New Year from Waldorf College Posted on Dec 30 2014 New Year s Day can be seen as a launching point with the start of a new year you can wipe the

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  • Claire Stewart | The Warrior
    the links below Men s basketball Warriors fall to Tigers in overtime Women s basketball Central Christian holds off Waldorf Indoor Track Field Waldorf s Buehler wins triple jump at Spartan Invitational Softball Warriors battle in three tight games Volleyball Wills brings energy versatility to Waldorf Men s wrestling Three Warriors qualify Read More Feb 17 Writing Defending the Law Howard Pushes Boundaries Posted on Feb 17 2015 Charles P Howard Sr was a gifted attorney who never lost a capital trial during his career as an outspoken civil rights attorney in Iowa Born in 1890 in Des Moines Iowa Howard graduated from the Fort Des Moines Army officer candidate school in 1917 as a second lieutenant and served with the 92nd Division 366th Infantry in World War I France in 1918 After graduating from Drake University law school in 1922 he joined the Iowa Read More Feb 16 What to Watch 2 16 2015 Posted on Feb 16 2015 Warrior Athletic News Congrats to the hockey team Find out how other teams fared by clicking links below Cheerleading Rollefson brings solid experience to Warriors Men s basketball Waldorf surges past Central Baptist No 13 Bobcats top Warriors in MCAC showdown Women s basketball Warriors rally past Lady Mustangs Warriors add Fricke to incoming class Waldorf drops loss to No 18 Ozarks Hockey Warriors advance Read More Feb 12 Waldorf Vows to Stop Hunger Posted on Feb 12 2015 Waldorf College and Forest City Immanuel Lutheran Church will be hosting their ninth annual Stop Hunger food packaging event from 2 7 p m on Wednesday March 4 in the Waldorf College Atrium The organization titled Stop Hunger was formally known as Kids Against Hunger Students along with members of the community will spend their evening filling boxes with food to

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  • Whitney Fike | The Warrior
    President Alsop is quite the percussionist Dr Paul Read More Aug 12 Athletic Facts Posted on Aug 12 2014 Get to know Waldorf athletics with these fast facts Football 1 of only 2 conference teams with a home stadium New Pro Turf field installed Home of 45 All Americans and 24 Academic 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 Read More Aug 12 Alumni Gathering Posted on Aug 12 2014 In July Waldorf hosted a Student and Alumni Reception atop the Baltimore Hyatt Regency overlooking the inner harbor The reception held July 17 featured Dr Bob Alsop President of Waldorf College and Chantell Cooley Vice President of Columbia Southern Education Group It was a night full of interaction networking and building of relationships within the Waldorf community said Richard Hill one of the event organizers 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

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  • Features | The Warrior
    who we strive to be A year long process with selected marketing partner Flynn Wright helped shape the new campaign We Are Warriors a rally for the school that will be integrated in everything from campus signage to recruitment to athletic commitments and all marketing and communication Tradition passion community and success are the four pillars that through our collaborative process we determined are at the core of Waldorf said Waldorf Trustee Robert Mayes The formal evolution from a college to a university helps us with that alignment within higher education and gives Waldorf the status it deserves The daunting task of transitioning to Waldorf University has already begun and a full rollout will be celebrated in March with a campus wide event Chantell Cooley another member of the Waldorf Board of Trustees who spends time on campus mentoring the Cooley Scholars spoke with much promise and pride for Waldorf No matter where our lives take us in the future starting at this very moment we are all connected through Waldorf and that is something of which to be very proud I am so excited to share today with all of you We represent the intersection of the past of this incredible school with the future of what every Waldorf student staff and alumni will be honored to be a Waldorf Warrior Read more Home Features Dec 05 Got Holiday Stress Posted on Dec 5 2014 The holiday season brings with it a dizzying array of demands decorating shopping cleaning and entertaining to name just a few Add on family and school obligations and stress easily becomes an unwelcome holiday guest We sat down with Waldorf Associate Professor of Wellness Department Chair Kristi Leonard to ask her for tips on how to avoid the stress that comes with the holidays Kristi shared the following tips to help Read More Dec 03 Tricks For Overcoming Procrastination Posted on Dec 3 2014 Final exam time can be stressful Waldorf recently held the Long Night Against Procrastination event to encourage and help residential students finish assignments before the semester ends With snacks tutors and classmates many got the help they needed to avoid putting off their studies The Long Night Against Procrastination started in German writing centers before becoming an international event Are you stressed overwhelmed or Read More Dec 01 What to Watch 12 01 14 Posted on Dec 1 2014 Keep up with all the Warrior action Basketball Womens vs Dakota State University Saturday December 2 at 2p CST Stream the Game in Real Time Waldorf Warrior Athletics News Missed a game Catch up with the latest Warrior athletics news Basketball Comets hold off Warriors Women s soccer Three Waldorf players named NAIA Scholar Athletes Read More Nov 25 Happy Thanksgiving from Waldorf College Posted on Nov 25 2014 Read More Nov 25 Enjoy The Moments Posted on Nov 25 2014 A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue but the parent of all the other virtues Cicero Thanksgiving is

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  • Claire Stewart | The Warrior
    Spanish is rapidly becoming a business necessity Bilingual skills could possibly help job seekers land work They can also lead to key assignments pay raises and in some cases may even be a job requirement In today s global economy now is the time to take that next step and further yourself by investing to Read More Feb 12 President s Message February 2015 Posted on Feb 12 2015 Students Alumni and Friends Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country a great quote from President John F Kennedy that many of us know On this President s Day I am reminded of this quote one of my favorites and of how much it resonates with our mission here at Waldorf College to learn live and serve Service is a huge part of our culture at Waldorf and we hope to instill its value Read More Feb 10 Submit Your Work for the Waldorf Literary Review Posted on Feb 10 2015 The Waldorf Literary Review formerly known as Crusader is accepting visual and written art submissions for their bi annual issues All Waldorf College students faculty and staff are invited to submit projects such as paintings stories photos poems dramatic scripts song lyrics or essays by February 17 To submit artistic work email waldorfliteraryreview gmail com and attach projects in one of these formats doc docx or Read More Feb 10 Fighting for the Right to Learn Posted on Feb 10 2015 Alexander G Clark an African American diplomat who served as a U S ambassador was one of the most influential men of his time In fact Clark arguably did more for civil rights than anyone else in 19th century Iowa He was born in 1826 in Pennsylvania to parents

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  • Features | The Warrior
    recruitment to athletic commitments and all marketing and communication Tradition passion community and success are the four pillars that through our collaborative process we determined are at the core of Waldorf said Waldorf Trustee Robert Mayes The formal evolution from a college to a university helps us with that alignment within higher education and gives Waldorf the status it deserves The daunting task of transitioning to Waldorf University has already begun and a full rollout will be celebrated in March with a campus wide event Chantell Cooley another member of the Waldorf Board of Trustees who spends time on campus mentoring the Cooley Scholars spoke with much promise and pride for Waldorf No matter where our lives take us in the future starting at this very moment we are all connected through Waldorf and that is something of which to be very proud I am so excited to share today with all of you We represent the intersection of the past of this incredible school with the future of what every Waldorf student staff and alumni will be honored to be a Waldorf Warrior Read more Home Features Nov 13 From Wally to Warrick Posted on Nov 13 2014 Before Warrick became the new face of Waldorf Warriors today his predecessor Wally was reigning supreme as the cheerleader of the Warrior Nation and first mascot But how did he become the mascot of Waldorf Wally the Warrior came to be after Julie Gau Jolivette a former cheerleading coach and first lady of Waldorf gave birth to the idea of a mascot at Waldorf In the middle 1980s I had opportunity to go to one of the first Read More Nov 11 Waldorf Honors Veterans Posted on Nov 11 2014 Waldorf College would like to offer its sincere appreciation to all military personnel active duty and retired for their service to this country on this Veterans Day We join all Americans on this day in recognizing the commitment sacrifices and efforts military men and women past and present have made to preserve our freedoms To our military students and alumni we thank you for choosing Waldorf to facilitate your Read More Nov 07 Warrick Makes Sports Illustrated Posted on Nov 7 2014 Sports Illustrated recently published an awesome piece about Waldorf s mascot Wally and his evolution to the newly named mascot Warrick In the article Mascot Math the magazine featured three mascots who have undergone recent makeovers Wally from Waldorf Bob of Virginia Wesleyan College and the University of Maryland s Testudo The SI article got a lot of attention on Waldorf campus I think it s fantastic that Wally and Read More Oct 22 Leadership Scholarship for Women Posted on Oct 22 2014 Here at the Waldorf campus in Forest City we are busy promoting the Chantell Cooley Leadership Scholarship for Women I am very excited about this opportunity to provide financial assistance to women seeking a residential degree at Waldorf This effort will provide fully paid scholarships for

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  • Claire Stewart | The Warrior
    5 30 p m CST Feb 10 Stream here Men s Basketball vs Bellevue University 7 30 p m CST Feb 10 Stream here Men s Wrestling vs Northwestern College 7 p m CST Feb 11 Stream here Minnesota Duluth vs St Mary s 4 p m CST Feb 13 Stream here Women s Basketball vs Central Baptist College 5 30 p m CST Feb 13 Stream here Men s Read More Feb 06 Edna Griffin The Rosa Parks of Iowa Posted on Feb 6 2015 Known as the Rosa Parks of Iowa before there was a Rosa Parks Edna Griffith would turn the city of Des Moines on its ear when she launched a boycott and sit in protest at a local eatery in 1948 Griffin who was born in Kentucky grew up in New Hampshire as the daughter of a dairy farm supervisor She graduated from Fisk University in 1933 married a doctor Stanley Griffin and became a schoolteacher During World War II she Read More Feb 06 Rolling and Revising Posted on Feb 6 2015 Waldorf course support coordinator Vanessa Doden can check course evaluations and check you into a wall while roller skating with the River City Iowa Dames of Anarchy The 2009 Waldorf graduate is new to both jobs and relishing them As a course support coordinator Doden handles course evaluations course revisions textbook requests and issue tickets for anything Waldorf I also oversee the revision calendar for all courses Read More Feb 02 What to Watch 2 2 2015 Posted on Feb 2 2015 What to Watch This Week Check out these Warrior events this week Women s Basketball vs Haskell Indian Nations University 5 30 p m CST Friday Feb 6 Stream live here Men s Basketball vs Haskell Indian Nations University 7

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