Every November we gather with our families, cook extravagant meals and reflect on all we have to be thankful for in life. There’s something special about a holiday devoted to appreciating the unappreciated. To me, the most under appreciated people … Continue reading
I normally don’t let Christmas cross my mind until Black Friday. The busier my freelance business gets, however, the more I’m discovering that communications folks have to start thinking Christmas well in advance. I’m working on a Christmas advertising campaign … Continue reading
The 2010 Kentucky State Fair marks the end of an era for me. After 10 years of showing pigs in 4-H and FFA, I’ve finally “aged out.” Its the last time I’ll compete as a junior exhibitor. The last time … Continue reading
This summer, I have a very unusual internship for someone with my career goals. I’m working as a Resident Adviser for the Governor’s Scholars Program (GSP) at Centre College. Governor’s Scholars are high school students heading into their senior year … Continue reading
My roommate, Molly, has been running for as long as I can remember. In middle school, Molly began running cross country to stay in shape for basketball. Now a senior in college, Molly set a new goal: run a mini-marathon … Continue reading
As a journalism student, my school week is full of interviewing sources. Recently, however, the tables have turned and I’ve been the one getting interviewed! Its definitely a strange feeling being the one answering questions but I’ve had a blast … Continue reading
With virtually no preparation the boys taught our visitors about WKU’s beef operation.Continue reading
Have you ever thought about how many meanings there are for the word “shoot“? Its not the most common thought to cross your mind, but around here, there’s so much shooting going on that we’re struggling to keep it all … Continue reading
On April 22, people around the world will take time out of their day to think about environmental stewardship.
For American farmers, however, everyday is Earth Day.
Farmers know that a healthy earth will yield healthy food.
Life’s been so crazy these past few weeks that I forgot to share some exciting news: WKU Block and Bridle Club was named the top group in the Animal Agriculture Alliance’s College Aggies Online program! I was so excited when … Continue reading