Welcome to the twenty-seventh edition of our “Great Work from Home” daily bulletin, an initiative of The Gettysburgian during this season of social distancing. Each morning, we will present a curated playlist, a favorite Gettysburg campus photo, and hometown spotlight, each submitted by a different Gettysburgian.
This is a way to start our days together. We’ll present these features on Instagram, on our website, and, if you like, via email (see sign-up below). We’ll be reaching out to students, faculty members, and employees and asking them to share, and we invite you to do so too; find links to Google Forms for each of these recurring features at the bottom of the page.
This week, as you take to your trails and to your streets, we are running one last challenge: Let’s Take a Walk. The task is simple: take a walk, take a picture, and share it with us here.
As always, the most important part of this initiative is you. So tell us, what do you like? What don’t you like? What else would you like to see? Get in touch with the #GWFH team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For now, we hope you enjoy today’s playlist, curated by Lillian Shea ’21, today’s campus photo, courtesy of Brittney Sedgwick ’21, and today’s hometown profile by Jacob Berowitz ’22, who comes from Waterville Valley, NH.
Remember, you can take us out of Gettysburg, but you can’t take Gettysburg out of us!
Today’s Featured Playlist (#GWFHplaylists)
Curated by Lillian Shea ’21
Today’s Featured Photo (#GWFHgtag = Good Times at Gettysburg)
“There is nothing like sunset from the battlefields. Missing you, Gettysburg.”
-Brittney Sedgwick ’21
Today’s Hometown Profile (#GWFHhometowns)
“Waterville Valley, NH is nestled in the White Mountain National Forest and has views like this from almost any place you stand in town. The forests and vast network of trails here have provided a great way to simultaneously social distance and explore nature. Pictured here is the ski resort in the distance, and although closed like most businesses, it continues to have quite a bit of snow cover even into late April.”
-Jacob Berowitz ’22