Many of this year’s ag ambassador blogs have been very helpful to incoming and current students. Ambassadors have discussed topics such as self-love and finding ways to make yourself happy, along with advice on becoming a better student, by building
This spring break, I did a wide variety of activities with other students in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. We hiked around southern Colorado, snowshoed in the Snowy Mountains, camped at 9,000 feet, played football on Campus, had
Growing up and living in rural Wyoming, I experience the amazing diversity of the production agriculture that surrounds me. We start the year waiting for the first calf or lamb to be born. We ready the field equipment. Spring brings
As a stereotypical pre-veterinary student, I have always had a bit of a one-track mind. Since I decided at the ripe old age of six that I wanted to be a veterinarian, I have been working single-mindedly towards that goal.
Recently I was having a conversation with a roommate and someone new whom I had just met that day. Naturally, we started asking the typical get to know you questions. As we were discussing names and hometowns, we go to
Sometimes the opportunities available within the University and beyond can be somewhat overwhelming with such an availability of options. But don’t people say, “you only regret the chances you didn’t take”? In my time spent here, I’ve come to realize
Agriculture is a big part of our everyday lives! As I sit here writing this, I can’t think of a single thing that agriculture does not play a part in. Of course, a major agricultural contribution to our society is
Many students (including myself) are reluctant to visit their professors. Whether it be nerves, not wanting to ask a “stupid question,” or thinking there won’t be any benefits, most students will pass up on many resources available to them. Why …
Wyoming is very much still the wild west cowboy state that I pictured it to be as a suburban kid from Minnesota. It still has sprawling ranches, lots of cattle, and small towns. Picturing the College of Agriculture and Natural …
When I first stepped foot on the University of Wyoming, my homesick freshman self had two goals in mind: to graduate with a degree in Agriculture Business Management and to get back home to my family’s irrigation business to work. …
We live in a society of box checkers. Graduate high school; check. Attend college; check. Get a job; check. Safe enough to retire; check. Life is full of expectations and things that we are supposed to do.