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May 25, 2018
Life At Witt

"The World Feels Bigger"

Gretchen Burkey '19 studied abroad in Dunedin, New Zealand—a place with a unique environmental history and endless hiking. As an environmental science major and outdoor adventurer, New Zealand was the perfect choice for her study abroad destination.

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May 16, 2018
Life At Witt

Bexley Living Fine Art Show to Feature Erin Brubaker '18

The paintings of Erin Brubaker ’18 will be on display at the Bexley Living Fine Art Show on Friday, May 18, from 7-10 p.m. and on Saturday, May 19, from 2-4:30 p.m. at 520 South Parkview Ave., Bexley, Ohio. The show features more than 15 artists from Bexley, and the 90 pieces highlighted will be available for purchase.

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May 3, 2018
Life At Witt

Isles of Inspiration

The paintings of Hannah McCartney ’18 will be exhibited from May 4-28 at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center’s Art Studio, 301 W. Main Street, Troy, Ohio. Titled Isle of Inspirations, the exhibition is part of the Senior Painting Series. The exhibit and reception, which will offer refreshments, are free and open to the public.

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April 25, 2018
Life At Witt

The View From Costa Rica

From the unique perspective of one who has directed both of Wittenberg’s semester-long, study-abroad programs, Professor of Biology Margaret Goodman reflects on the distinctive features of the university’s approach to international education – which emphasizes affordability and accessibility – as her semester in San José, Costa Rica, winds down.

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April 25, 2018
Life At Witt

The View From Costa Rica

When I first heard about the Wittenberg in Wittenberg, Germany study-abroad program, it seemed like a great idea, building from Witt’s Lutheran tradition, incorporating the liberal arts, tying the program to internships and to our general education requirements, and providing language immersion.

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March 28, 2018
Life At Witt

Seize the Day

“Aprovecha." This is a word that I heard almost constantly when I studied abroad in Sevilla, Spain, this past semester. It translates directly as “take advantage,” but really is a command to “seize the day.” The Sevillanos use it in almost every context; you buy a coffee and the waitress says “aprovecha” instead of the typical “adios.”

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