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Students on the Street: What is your Boilermaker life hack

We asked students around the College of Agriculture:

What is your Boilermaker life hack?

Shay Doerstler

“Always go to callouts because you can get free food even if you don’t like the club.”

Shay Doerstler

Agribusiness: agribusiness management, sophomore, Greens Fork, Indiana

 

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“Go and talk to your professors if you want to get involved. Make as many connections as possible whether professionally or just socially.”

Jose Meza Sanchez

Animal sciences: pre-veterinary medicine, junior, Chihuahua, Chihuahua México

 

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"If you don't enjoy your major, you do not have to stick with it. It's OK to change your mind."

Benjamin Domino

Forestry, junior, Fort Wayne, Indiana

 

Brooke Bailey

“Student discounts exist in places you would never think to check; car insurance, internet/TV, concert tickets”

Brooke Bailey

Animal sciences: pre-veterinary medicine, senior, Glenwood, Indiana

 

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“Don’t hesitate to try new things and make new friends.”

Manasvi Lingampally

Plant genetics, breeding, and biotechnology, freshman, Hyderabad, Telangana, India

 

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“Always remember to bring your charger to campus, and make sure to sit next to outlets in Lilly Hall.”

Caroline Meer

Animal sciences: animal production and industry, sophomore, Batesvile, Indiana

 

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“Try everything and anything. If you enjoy it, great! If you don’t enjoy it, at least you know.”

Sierra Conley

Natural resources and environmental sciences: water quality, senior, Fishers, Indiana

 

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“Plan ahead, so you are always prepared and give yourself a day off every week.”

Micah Lehe

Biochemistry, senior, West Lafayette, Indiana

 

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“It rains on campus and you’re going to be walking a lot, so invest in a good pair of rain boots otherwise you’ll be so uncomfortable when you’re walking.”

Tannah Benware

Animal sciences: pre-veterinary medicine, sophomore, Avon, Indiana

 

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“Go on campus to get free pets from all kinds of nice hoomans.”

Boone (Dog)

Squirrel management, senior, Economy, Indiana

 

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Compiled by the students of ASEC 380 (Feature Writing and Production), Agricultural Sciences Education and Communication

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