Slow Down for Stress Awareness Month
Apr14

Slow Down for Stress Awareness Month

Getting stressed is inevitable. Stress is something we have experienced at one point or another throughout our lives. It isn’t healthy for you to be stressed, so take notice of what is making you stressed in life. April is National Stress Awareness month. It has been observed since 1992 when the Health Resource Network wanted to increase awareness about the causes and the cures of stress. Medical professionals say that stress can lead...

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Preparing for Technology Outages
Apr08

Preparing for Technology Outages

As you may have heard, Blackboard is getting an upgrade and will be unavailable April 29 through May 1. While we work to greatly improve the technology, here are some things you can do to prepare for this brief outage. If you are used to reading everything online, print out the syllabus, study guides and other documents you regularly use before the outage. Visit the Waldorf online library for research or study materials as it will be...

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Waldorf Student Returns to Help Young People
Mar12

Waldorf Student Returns to Help Young People

In September 1994, Momo Wolapaye left his native Monrovia, Liberia and arrived at the Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport and took the Jefferson Bus Lines to Mason City, Iowa. From there, he was picked up and brought to a place that would change his life: Waldorf College. “I had no way of affording college in the U.S. but Waldorf offered me a Lutheran Leaders Scholarship, which enabled me to study in the U.S.,” he explained. He came to the...

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Dean’s List Terms 3A15 & 3B15
Mar04

Dean’s List Terms 3A15 & 3B15

The dean’s list at Waldorf College acknowledges students who have achieved academic excellence. In order to be named to the dean’s list at Waldorf College, students must have earned a minimum grade 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! Term 3A15 Bryon Adams Sioux City IA David Adler Naperville IL Julie Alexander Iowa Park TX...

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Couple Shares Waldorf Legacy of Learning
Feb12

Couple Shares Waldorf Legacy of Learning

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...

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Continuing Education Spanish Courses Now Offered
Feb12

Continuing Education Spanish Courses Now Offered

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 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...

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