Submit Your Work for the Waldorf Literary Review
Feb10

Submit Your Work for the Waldorf Literary Review

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...

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Student Chosen as Firefighter of Year
Jan21

Student Chosen as Firefighter of Year

Congratulations to Waldorf student Sgt. Chad Carney who has been named Firefighter of the Year for 2014 by the Howell Area Fire Department in Howell, Mich.! He received the award recently for his “selfless image,” energy, expertise amazing work with the department. Way to go! “It was pretty incredible,” he said, according to the Livingston (Mich.) Daily newspaper. “I’ve worked a long time with the department,...

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Chat with A Librarian Now Available
Jan14

Chat with A Librarian Now Available

Do you have trouble locating accurate and reliable information when preparing a research paper? Educational resource databases can be overwhelming, but research papers don’t have to be scary! Especially not now that Waldorf College’s Luise V. Hanson Library has introduced their newest service function: Chat with a Librarian! The Waldorf College librarians can help you tackle all kinds of research woes: referencing, database searches,...

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Waldorf Online Dean’s List
Dec22

Waldorf Online Dean’s List

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. Term 2A15 and 2B15 Dean’s List: MILITARY BASE Stan Edwards, APO Dylan Gunter, APO Christopher Holloway, APO AE Carlos Negron, APO Jennifer McKeithan, APO Michael Muoho, FPO ALABAMA     Paula Bloom, Wilsonville Stefany Brewer, Foley...

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Christmas Memories at Waldorf
Dec10

Christmas Memories at Waldorf

For nearly a century, the wafting smell of lutefisk (Norwegian fish) has signified the arrival of the much-anticipated annual Christmas dinner enjoyed by Waldorf guests, faculty, staff and students alike. In the early years, the feast consisting of fish, Swedish meatballs, boiled potatoes, lefse, peas, kringla and more was held in Waldorf’s original dining room located in the basement of Salveson Hall. In the 6os, the dinner moved to...

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Tricks For Overcoming Procrastination
Dec03

Tricks For Overcoming Procrastination

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...

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