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Maddie Baltzer - Christian Feminist Club Representative

Madeline Baltzer

Graduation year: 2016

Hometown:  Geneva, NE

Major: Physics

Why JustCo? The unification of justice-related groups on campus provides an interesting environment to discuss and learn.

About Me: After many moves around the U.S., my family of five settled in Geneva, NE, a small town in the midst of the corn that covers rural Nebraska.  I would be very happy to live in Geneva for the rest of my life although I picture myself in Switzerland’s Geneva more often than Nebraska’s.

Favorite place you’ve traveled? Underwater

Favorite Wheaton class: Introductory Physics with Dr. Craig

Most memorable experience at Wheaton: Honduras Project has been the most memorable and influential Wheaton program I’ve experienced.  Knitting together a team of such varied people and working in a partnership with a small community in Honduras was the most complex and rewarding part of my freshman year at Wheaton.

Favorite CU or campus event: Air Jam

What does justice mean to you? I believe each human being deserves dignity: we were all made in the image of God and have equal value.  Justice is acting to ensure that people are given the honor they inherently deserve.

Graduation year: 2016

Hometown:  Geneva, NE

Major: Physics

Why JustCo? The unification of justice-related groups on campus provides an interesting environment to discuss and learn.

About Me: After many moves around the U.S., my family of five settled in Geneva, NE, a small town in the midst of the corn that covers rural Nebraska.  I would be very happy to live in Geneva for the rest of my life although I picture myself in Switzerland’s Geneva more often than Nebraska’s.

Favorite place you’ve traveled? Underwater

Favorite Wheaton class: Introductory Physics with Dr. Craig

Most memorable experience at Wheaton: Honduras Project has been the most memorable and influential Wheaton program I’ve experienced.  Knitting together a team of such varied people and working in a partnership with a small community in Honduras was the most complex and rewarding part of my freshman year at Wheaton.

Favorite CU or campus event: Air Jam

What does justice mean to you? I believe each human being deserves dignity: we were all made in the image of God and have equal value.  Justice is acting to ensure that people are given the honor they inherently deserve.