Estella Brenneman ’20, a religious studies major, walked 300 miles along the Camino de Santiago, a historic pilgrimage route in Spain, as part of her Levitt Center research project.

Seth Schermerhorn’s “Sacred Journeys” class sparked Brenneman's interest, and Schermerhorn encouraged her to further explore the questions she had about millennials going on pilgrimages by conducting summer research.

The College provided the resources for Brenneman to go, and now she talks about how much she loved returning “home” to the Co-Op, a campus residential option located in Woollcott House.


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