Humans of Gettysburg: Zoey Landau

(Photo Alex Bobeczko / The Gettysburgian & Humans of Gettysburg College)

(Photo Alex Bobeczko / The Gettysburgian & Humans of Gettysburg College)

“For a career, I’d probably want to do acupuncture and chiropractic care for animals, or another form of animal alternative medicine. I’d like to focus on chiropractic care for large animals. After seeing my horse Enzo receiving chiropractic care, I realized how much animal alternative medicine interests me. I’ve been riding horses since I was five, so for as long as I can remember, it’s always been a big part of my life. I’ve competed across the East coast, and I love it. I’m not very competitive though, by nature, but there’s something special about riding horses.”

Humans of Gettysburg is a partnership between The Gettysburgian and contributing photojournalist Alex Bobeczko ’21, who manages the Instagram page @humansofgettysburgcollege. Follow that page for more posts and stories.

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Author: Alex Bobeczko

Alex Bobeczko '21 is from Arlington, Virginia, just outside of D.C. He is planning on majoring in anthropology with a minor in environmental studies. On campus, he is a member and captain of the men's club soccer team. He wanted to setup this account (@humansofgettysburgcollege) because he has always had a love for photography and wanted to get more involved on campus.

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