Welcome to the thirtieth and final edition of our “Great Work from Home” daily bulletin, an initiative of The Gettysburgian during this season of social distancing. Each morning, we have presented 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’ve presented these features on Instagram, on our website, and, if you like, via email (see sign-up below). We’ve reached out to students, faculty members, and employees and asking them to share, and we invited 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: email@example.com.
For now, we hope you enjoy the last edition of the semester with today’s playlist, curated by Allie Charney ’22, today’s campus photo, courtesy of Lacey Weynand ’22, and today’s hometown profile by Nicole DeJacimo ’22, who comes from Point Pleasant, NJ.
Remember, you can take us out of Gettysburg, but you can’t take Gettysburg out of us!
Today’s Featured Playlist (#GWFHplaylists)
Curated by Allie Charney ’22
Today’s Featured Photo (#GWFHgtag = Good Times at Gettysburg)
“This is photo captures a moment exploring the battlefield and Devil’s Den in Gettysburg with Sydney Kaplan ’22 this past March, right before spring break. I miss the adventures that would’ve come in the spring with the warming weather.”
-Lacey Weynand ’22
Today’s Hometown Profile (#GWFHhometowns)
“This is the sunrise over one of the many bodies of water in my little beach town. Usually, when I get up to see the sunrise I go to the beach but alas they are all barricaded. Sunrises will always remind me of my hometown but sunsets will always be better in Gettysburg. ”
-Nicole DeJacimo ’22