Agronomy Ambassador Blog

A Bowl Game & The #1 AP Poll Spot!?

By Riley Garner | Dec 7, 2021

What a year to be a Boilermaker! After being kept out of Mackey for the past year, nothing was more exciting than getting back in those lower bowl Paint Crew seats… except of course being ranked the #1 basketball team by the AP Poll for the first time in Purdue history. This year I came […]

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Purdue – A University of Opportunities

By Breawna Caldwell | Dec 7, 2021

My Journey as a Double Major  I grew up on a small family farm in Clinton County, 35 minutes south of West Lafayette. I have always had a passion for agriculture as a whole. However, the biggest portion of my passion lies in supporting the American farmer. I was accepted to Purdue, the only college […]

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It’s a Great Day to Be a Boilermaker!

By Andrew Thurman | Dec 6, 2021

It was an exciting weekend due to the fact that Purdue basketball was ranked #1 for the first time in Purdue’s history! We have a very solid team this year, and I think coach Painter has one of his best teams yet! It is exciting to see what the rest of the season will hold. […]

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Favorite Classes at Purdue (Part 1)

By Grace Beard | Dec 6, 2021

As a senior here in agronomy I have had the opportunity to enroll in many of the agronomy courses and I wanted to share a few of my favorites over the past 4 years. One of my absolute favorite classes I took was my freshman year in AGRY 105! It is an introductory class to […]

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#1 Purdue Boilermakers

By Jackson Alsdorf | Dec 6, 2021

As the leaves begin to fall and a crispness is felt in the air it usually means one thing…basketball season! For many sports fans, it is a very exciting time on campus as our very own basketball team just received their first #1 AP poll ranking in the teams history. You can find most avid […]

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Take Fun Classes!

By Alexis Middleton | Dec 6, 2021

I have spent my time in college taking all the serious classes such as Organic Chemistry, Genetics, International Trade Policy, and Physics, but I also took the time to take some fun classes. I did take a few classes that were suggested to me by upperclassmen. Those two classes were golf (PES 116) and Flower […]

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Passing On Officer Duties

By Emily Nealy | Dec 6, 2021

Hello everyone! As the fall semester of my senior year is coming to an end and club elections are happening, I find it weird to be giving up my officer position that I have had for the past few years! In high school, as well as college, I have always been apart of a leadership […]

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National SASES Meetings

By Emily Nealy | Dec 6, 2021

In November, 13 members traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah to attend the National SASES Meeting. For those that don’t know: SASES stands for Students of Agronomy, Soils, and Environmental Sciences. It is kind of like a big national agronomy club!  During our time at SASES, we did tours of local Utah scenery and agriculture, […]

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Final Stretch

By Katie Parsons | Dec 6, 2021

For many students, “dead week” or now known as “reading week” is one of the most stressful weeks of the entire semester. Many professors are having final projects due this week or are just finishing up the semester with a couple last minute assignments and so students have the assignments to finish as well as […]

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