Students on the Street

Wednesday, May 29th, 2019

What is something every Purdue Agriculture student should learn, but doesn’t?

“Learn to appreciate other people’s points of view but not feel obligated to adopt that view.”

Mason Gordon
Agricultural economics: applied agricultural economics, junior, Rushville, Indiana

“The importance of perfecting your resumé.”

Adrianna Dague
Agribusiness: agribusiness management, sophomore, Kewanna, Indiana

“Everyone should learn the landscape of Lilly Hall because it is the most confusing building.”

Daniel Shedrow
Agronomy: crop and soil science, junior, Earl Park, Indiana

“Wearing the proper footwear for all the weather here.”

Emily Nealy
Agronomy: crop and soil management, freshman, Ramsey, Indiana

“How to use the resources that are available to you in finding solutions to whatever comes up.”

Jace Geiger
Farm management, senior, Markle, Indiana

“We should learn more about not-for-profit agriculture.”

Kierra Jammer
Biochemistry, junior, Houston

“How to interact with people who aren’t from agriculture backgrounds.”

Rebecca Franks
Animal sciences: behavior/well-being, senior, Whiteland, Indiana




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