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Fall 2005 - Students on Street

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Students on the Street

What is the best thing about your favorite club or activity at Purdue?

Casey Bruns Mariah Wise Andrew Gordon Jess Yegerlehner

"Besides all the community activities we do, every year we travel across the country meeting other Block and Bridle members."

"During Purdue football games, the best thing ever is doing push-ups in the stands after touchdowns."

"Ducks Unlimited is my favorite club because I am the founding member."

"The free pizza."

Casey Bruns, Animal agribusiness and agricultural economics, junior, Union City, Ind. Mariah Wise, Agricultural education, junior, Mentone, Ind. Andrew Gordon,
Agricultural sales and marketing, freshman, Carmel, Ind.
Jess Yegerlehner, Agricultural systems management, junior, Clay City, Ind.

Katie Dar Zach Day Cybrina Cooper

"Probably in Ag Council, getting to know all the other people on the council and organizing some of the biggest student events in the College."

"Student Supreme Court because I get such an authoritative role as a freshman on serious issues. We have final say."

"Harrison Hall Cavalier Club was awesome because we were able to plan large budget activities and interact with the decision makers and administrators of the resident halls."

Katie Dar,
Agricultural communication, sophomore, Syracuse, Ind.
Zach Day,
Wildlife, freshman, Brownsburg, Ind.
Lynne Statler,
Animal sciences, senior, Rochester, Ind.