2019 Senior Salute: Madison Pangburn

Political Science and Philosophy Major and Pre-Modern Ancient Studies, and Justice, Law and Public Policy Minor Shares Her Wittenberg Experience

Madison Pangburn, Class of 2019

Major: Political Science and Philosophy
Minor: Pre-Modern Ancient Studies, and Justice, Law and Public Policy
Hometown: South Bend, Indiana

1. The Republic of Plato Book

  • Madison decided to declare her philosophy major after taking a philosophy class her freshman year. She used this book throughout her four years.

2. Rights, Liberties and Justice Book

  • After taking Constitutional Law with Dr. Wright, Madison has learned how delicate law is, and thought it was a great class to take before she heads off to law school in the fall.

3. Senate ID Badge

  • From August through December of 2018, Madison interned with Senator Joe Donnelly as part of the Lutheran College Washington Semester program. While in Washington, she did lots of press work, met great people, and made amazing connections.

4. Quinnipiac University Booklet

  • Madison will be attending Quinnipiac University where she will be studying law in their three-year program. The university has offered to assign her in different countries around the world to study law. The first country she wants to study in is Dublin, Ireland.

5. Wittenberg Sweatshirt

  • Madison was given this sweatshirt by her father who also attended Wittenberg. It reminds her of all the memories she and her father made here.

6. Goose

  • Estelle the goose was given to Madison by her big in her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. Estelle is a pass down that has been around for decades and reminds her of all the great memories and friendships she made through being in her sorority.

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

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