Meet the Ambassadors
Emily Dalgleish ‘22
Hometown: Boulder, Colorado
Majors: Political Science and Public Policy
Why I chose Gettysburg: My senior year of high school, I connected with a Gettysburg senior. She participated in many of the things I was interested in. After seeing how she took advantage of the many opportunities at Gettysburg and the community of people who supported her in those opportunities, I knew Gettysburg was the school for me.
Gabi Eglinton ‘21
Hometown: Worcester, Pennsylvania
Major: English with Teaching Certification
Favorite Gettysburg tradition: I love the annual Servo Thanksgiving. Students will line up outside of the dining hall for hours. Once inside, you are greeted by the faculty, staff, and their families serving you a full multi-course Thanksgiving meal! It's a great way to celebrate with your Gettysburg family before the Thanksgiving break.
Logan Grubb ‘21
Hometown: Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Majors: Economics and Public Policy
Minors: Political Science and Peace & Justice Studies
Favorite campus tradition: Convocation—not only is it such a welcoming experience to see all the new first-years sitting on the lawn of Penn Hall for the ceremony, but getting to walk up the steps of Penn Hall and through to the other side to be greeted by the Professors lining the sidewalks made me realize just how tight-knit of a community Gettysburg is. The whole campus was there to welcome all the new students and it certainly made me feel like I had made the right decision.
Sam Hann ‘21
Hometown: Wallingford, Pennsylvania
Majors: Cinema & Media Studies and English with a Writing Concentration
Favorite aspect of the town: The local coffee shops! My favorite is in the center of town, and it's a fantastic study spot if you want to get off campus while enjoying a bite to eat.
Daniel Jones ‘22
Hometown: Culpeper, Virginia
Majors: Religious Studies and Public Policy
Minors: Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies and Peace & Justice Studies
Favorite Class Experience: "Human Rights in the Caribbean" with Prof. Hakim Williams showed me how to think critically about social change and human rights, and how to better achieve those goals in my life today. Through the context of the classroom, Prof. Williams challenged the class to show us our potential to further beneficial global change in a time where it is needed more than ever.
Natalie Vazquez ‘22
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
Major: Health Sciences
Minors: Latin American, Caribbean, & Latino Studies and Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
Favorite campus meal: Chicken Finger Friday, hands down!
Favorite class experience so far: Latin American Studies 145 with Veronica Calvillo - made me want to become an LACLS minor!
Timmy Wilson ‘21
Hometown: Mamaroneck, New York
Majors: Political Science and Sociology
Why I chose Gettysburg: Gettysburg was the only school I didn’t have to convince myself that I loved. I interviewed with my admissions counselor and she was genuinely interested in learning more about me as a student, about my interests beyond the classroom, and how I could reach my goals at Gettysburg. From our conversation, I could tell that the Gettysburg community was passionate and engaged inside and outside of the classroom. During my second tour, I fell in love with Gettysburg and decided on the spot that I would become a member of the Class of 2021!