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July 24, 2018
Life At Witt

Edinburgh-Bound

In 2012, Wittenberg Adjunct Professor Jason Podplesky began a five-year journey to create a one-act play with music about love, loss and living with the present.

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July 19, 2018
Life At Witt

Miles With Mike

Against the backdrop of beautiful Boulder, Colorado, Wittenberg University’s 15th President Michael L. Frandsen officially concluded his 10-month-long alumni engagement tour, aptly titled “Miles With Mike,” on July 19.

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July 7, 2018
Life At Witt

Making A Difference In Malaysia

Picture this: You’re carpooling with your housemate to work in the early morning. You look to your left to watch the sun rising lazily over the South China Sea; the light is just peeking over the top of Kapas Island, a little offshore. It’s a nice view, you couldn’t argue that. But it’s still not quite the same as the one you’ll have from the front of the classroom – it definitely won’t wake you up like the synchronized “good morning” you’ll get from your students.

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June 26, 2018
Life At Witt

Above Par Experience

It's been a few weeks since the Division III National Golf Tournament, and I have started to reminisce on the experience. It has made me think about how important being a student-athlete at Wittenberg has meant to me so far in my collegiate career, and how exactly I got to this moment.

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June 25, 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.”

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June 11, 2018
Life At Witt

"One Incredible Moment After Another"

Sierra Sanchez ‘19 is an English major and Spanish minor who studied abroad in Germany during the spring semester of her sophomore year through Wittenberg's Witt in Wittenberg program. She chose this study abroad program to experience other cultures, further open herself to the world and challenge herself to improve her German.

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