Word On The Street
Are you still learning who you are? If so, how?
“Yes, there is always room for improvement. I kind of feel like it’s an ongoing process, like the person you were at 10 is different than the person you are now. We are always learning new things and you don’t know when one of those things could lead you to discover something new about yourself.” – Kelly Spray, ’18
“I don’t think so. I feel like I’m at a place where I’m really confident in who I am, my body and appearance.” – Ashley Chapski, ’17
“Yes, I’m still learning about myself because as I maneuver through college, I’m finding more and more about myself, such as what my strengths are as a person and what I don’t like.” – Noah Perry, ’20
“I think being at a place like Wittenberg University allows me the opportunity to grow as a person because of the communal feel and how great everyone is.” – Nick Foley, ’20
“I learn more about myself by experiencing the world around me, whether that’s reading interesting books, seeing new movies or having great conversations. It’s in other things I can see myself, who I am and who I aspire to be, reflected.” – Camila Quinones, ’17