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Spring 2007 - Students

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Students on the Street

What is the best think about being a Purdue Agriculture student?

William Harriman Renee Griffith Megan Sheely Eric Banard

"Being with people who have similar interests and aspirations."

"There are so many people from diverse backgrounds: from farms in Indiana to countries around the world."

"I think that the College of Ag faculty are really here to help students succeed in what they want to do."

"They make a good mix of academics and practicality. I like using real life examples in the classroom."

William Harriman, Horticulture production and marketing senior, Spencer, Ind. Renée Griffith, Animal sciences, senior, Jasper, Ind. Megan Sheely,
Agricultural economics, junior, Harlan, Ind..
Eric Banard, Agricultural economics, sophomore, Flora, Ind.

Austin Bello Jane Jacobi Clay Mothershead

"When you get past your general education classes, the classes are smaller and the interaction is great."

"The opportunities available to students: job placement, internships, resources and faculty."

"They don't look at you as a set of numbers."

Austin Bello, Agricultural and biological engineering, sophomore, Wahiawa, Hawaii Jane Jacobi,
Animal sciences, senior, Bedford, Ind.
Clay Mothershead,
Agricultural and biological engineering, sophomore, Scott City, Mo.