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Wittenberg's red Adirondack chairs have been a treasured icon on the campus landscape for years. Those sitting in them have shared stories, laughed, reflected on events, offered advice and provided perspective.

In essence, they've embraced the Wittenberg experience in their own way and on their own terms. This is their blog. Enjoy the view.

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.
Katie Hodson chose to spend one of her semesters as a Wittenberg student in Germany.
The summer of Kim Estenson's sophomore year, she studied in Lesotho in order to have a broader awareness of the world. Now that she has lived away from my own home for a month, she says she has a deeper understanding of the United States.
Gretchen Burkey '19 studied abroad in Dunedin, New Zealand—a place with a unique environmental history and endless hiking.
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 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.
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
“Aprovecha." This is a word that I heard almost constantly when I studied abroad in Sevilla, Spain, this past semester.
As a campus, Wittenberg has a culture of involvement. There are so many programs planned by numerous student organizations, as well as departments every week.
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.
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