2019 Senior Salute: Bradley Malott

Chemistry Major Shares His Wittenberg Experience

Bradley Malott, Class of 2019

Major: Chemistry
Hometown: Middletown, Ohio

Brad Malott

1. Baseball Mitt and Bat

  • During his first two years at Wittenberg, Brad played third base and first base on the baseball team where he met the majority of his friends.

2. Chemistry Book and Goggles

  • These items represent Brad's chemistry major. Brad has always enjoyed chemistry as his mother was his high school chemistry teacher. He credts Dr. Dudek and Dr. Marouse for all of their help and encouragement through his four years.

3. Frisbee

  • Brad plays a lot of frisbee golf with his best friend when they have free time. He likes how relaxing and fun it is for him.

4. Vinyl Albums

  • Brad has recently started collecting vinyl albums and listens to them whenever he gets the chance.

5. Spatula

  • Brad was gifted an outdoor hibachi grill and now uses it to grill out with his friends he made on campus.

6. Camera

  • Brad recently discovered a love for photography after taking two photography classes this semester. He plans on continuing this hobby after graduation.

Compiled by: Mallory Moss '20
Photo by: Megan Nadzam '22

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