Students on the Street: What is an unexpected thing that you learned about living on your own?

Wednesday, August 1st, 2018

Sam Evens

Sam Evens

Agribusiness: agribusiness management, sophomore, Lafayette, Indiana

“I learned that cooking is hard, cleaning sucks, and finding enough room to fit all of the groceries in the refrigerator is hard!”


Grant Knobloch

Grant Knobloch

Agricultural systems management, junior, Wolcott, Indiana

“I am a surprisingly decent cook. I make a mean sirloin.”

Agribusiness management, sophomore, Auburn, Indiana


Christine Charles

Christine Charles

Soil and water sciences, junior, South Orange, New Jersey

“I really enjoy the mornings. I like getting up early and starting the day off right.”



Megan Arnold

Megan Arnold

Agribusiness: agribusiness management, sophomore, Coatesville, Indiana

“I realized how much I miss seeing cornfields, wide open spaces, and sunsets.”



Kayla Schneider

Kayla Schneider

Agribusiness: agricultural marketing, senior, Brownstown, Indiana

“Never wash reds with whites.”



Kayla Fogg

Kayla Fogg

Agribusiness: agricultural marketing, freshman, Rushville, Indiana

“It is difficult to keep to a schedule without your parents telling you what to do.”



McCord Snider

McCord Snider

Agricultural education, senior, West Point, Indiana

“I learned better time-management, because it’s much different than high school, and there’s not always someone there to help keep your priorities straight.”



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