Students of Gettysburg

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By Daniella Snyder, Staff Writer

“I started volunteering at the local animal shelter because I love dogs and all animals more than anything. I have two dogs at home, and I treat them like family members. When I got to Gettysburg, I figured it was the perfect opportunity to get a chance to play with dogs, cats, pigs, and whatever else walks into the shelter and care for them until they find the perfect home.”

-Emma Mugford, Class of 2019

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Author: Daniella Snyder

Daniella Snyder '18 is originally from Northumberland, Pennsylvania. She studies Art History and English. Daniella previously served as a staff writer, Business Manager, Social Media Manager, and co-editor in chief during her three years working for The Gettysburgian. Aside from her work with The Gettysburgian, she works for Residential & First-Year Programs, the Office of LGBTQA Advocacy & Education, and the Schmucker Art Gallery. Daniella studied abroad in Florence, Italy in the fall of her junior year and has participated in the Women's Center's annual production of The Vagina Monologues for the last three years.

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