Media coverage received in the last one year:
Waldorf symphony tells story of a snowman
by Emilie Nelson | Posted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011 6:28 am
The Waldorf College Wind Symphony made that possible Monday afternoon, Dec. 5 when it played its own rendition of “The Snowman” for students at the elementary school.
Waldorf to raise funds for the hungry through bake sale
Mason City Globe Gazette | December 9, 2011
FOREST CITY – The Waldorf College Vocation and Service Committee is organizing a fundraising event, Breadline, to raise funds for the local food bank and Kids Against Hunger on Saturday, Dec. 17.
Dean Safe wins research grant
Cannon Falls Beacon – Dec 8, 2011
Waldorf College student Dean Safe has won the Alpha Chi undergraduate award to support the research in his discipline. The WaldorfCollege Alpha Chi Honor Society annually offers two $500 awards – one for an Alpha Chi member and one for anon-member.
Author of “How to Get Fired” Talks with Local Students
KIMT November 29, 2011
FOREST CITY, IA-This book title should get your attention: It’s called “How to Get Fired,” and it’s being shared with local college students. It may sound a little unorthodox … but actually – the book may help students as they enter the work force.
Waldorf prepares for “A Christmas Homecoming”
Forest City Summit | By Caitlin Hamilton | Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2011
FOREST CITY – Although it’s a 90-year tradition, sometimes a reminder is needed.
Brief: Rosemount Resident to Perform in the Christmas with Waldorf Celebration
Rosemount, MN PATCH November 29, 2011
Rosemount resident Emily Anderson, a member of the Waldorf Wind Symphony, will perform in the Christmas with Waldorf event, a 90-year-old annual celebration of the holiday season.
Waldorf College professors to present research
Globe Gazette | FOREST CITY – Seven Waldorf College professors will present their recently published or peer-reviewed papers, research and projects to the community at the Faculty Inquirere on Nov. 28 and 30.
Watkins resident stars in Waldorf College’s Shakespearean play
Cedar Valley Daily Times | November 18, 2011
Forest City, Iowa – Watkins resident Haley Mosley will play the character of Paulina in Waldorf College’s Shakespearean play, The Winter’s Tale.