WKU Block & Bridle: Managing My Offline Brand

For the past month I’ve been focusing on my life offline. I don’t doubt that there are future employers who will love that I’ve been actively writing, tweeting, and facebooking, however, I realize that twitter friends aren’t the only friends. … Continue reading

WKU: Promoting Agriculture Misconceptions Daily

Normally, I would hold my tongue.     Normally, I would cut them some slack, laugh it off, and go on with life pretending that whoever it was had not just made some ridiculous agriculture illiterate mistake.    This is an exception.      When I … Continue reading

Cargill made sure I didn’t get the PETA treatment

In April, my meat science class partnered with the beef production class at Western Kentucky University, loaded 40 college students on a charter bus, and headed west.  Dr. Gordon Jones, my meats professor and advisor, knows someone everywhere who has done something … Continue reading

Just Plain Celeste, the Ag Journalist

 Growing up, I had two groups of friends: show friends and school friends.   My show friends were the kids I had spent my summers with since I was nine years-old.  They were my livestock judging teammates and livestock showing … Continue reading