Questions I Hear As An AG Major

Questions I Hear As An AG Major

"So you're going to school to be a farmer right?"

I love to tell people I'm an AG major because it's something I'm very proud of. But sometimes, I cant decide if I want to laugh or roll my eyes at the questions I get. Here are just a handful of questions I get as a student studying agriculture.

"Wait what's your major?"

Agriculture Communications with a minor is Agribusiness and Livestock Science, need me to repeat it again?

"What does that mean?"

A communications degree. Focused in agriculture.

"You can study that?"

Nah I'm just kidding, gotcha good didn't I?

"So did you grow up on a farm?"

Some AG majors did, some didn't, whether you did or didn't really doesn't make a difference.

"What exactly are you planning on doing with that?"

Oh you know, just working and making a career like everyone else.

"There are jobs for that?"

Yes, yes there are. Agriculture is actually the nation's largest employer, I promise there's jobs and they don't all involve working on a farm.

"Whats your stance on GMO's?"

They're a vital part to feeding our growing population , please don't try to tell me all of the bad things Facebook has told you about them.

"Do you wanna have a farm one day?"

I actually do but I know plenty of AG majors who don't .

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10 Of The Best College Student Snacks, Hands Down

Sometimes, it's okay to be that person eating an entire container of Oreos at the library at 1am.

College students love many things, and one of those things is food. Food is a wonderful thing for college students, especially free or discounted food, that's always a perk. Us busy college students sometimes never have enough time to actually sit down and eat a full-on meal, so we snack instead throughout the day. Snacking is simple, easy, and organized, and just another thing that makes a college student's day a little bit better. Below are 10 of the best college-friendly snacks.

1. Skinny Pop

Skinny Pop is just amazing. "Healthy popcorn"

2. Pop-Tarts

If you go to the library anytime around 9 a.m. you will 100% see someone with a Pop-Tart in their hand, snacking away.

3. Pringles

Wavy, tasty, and delicious. Very easy to travel with too!

4. Fruit Gummies

Perfect for munching while trying to be on time for class.

5. Cliff Bars

So many flavors and great for any time of day, even a pre-workout snack.

6. Goldfish

10/10 recommended. These lil' fish are the key to anyone's heart.

7. Banana or apple

YAY for fruit!!!! Also very convenient to stash in your backpack, just make sure it doesn't get squished because that would lead to a very sad day.

8. Mac & Cheese

Technically not a "snack", but if your second home is the library, you will see many students partake in enjoying Easy Mac around midnight or 1 a.m.

9. Oreos

One time I saw a someone eat an entire container of Oreos in one sitting while studying for their Chemistry final. Respect, amiright???

10. Cheez-It

Perfect cheese squares=good snack

Snacking is the KEY to survival as a college student. Sometimes it motivates us to actually study for that test tomorrow or write that paper due next Tuesday.

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A College Student's Review of HelloFresh

The time has come to upgrade your pizza and frozen dinner options.

Between classes, two jobs, trying to sleep, and what I have left of a social life, fitting in time to eat a healthy meal is hard- let alone planning time to grocery shop and cook it all before the produce goes bad.

Call me lazy, but last week I decided to try a meal delivery kit for the first time. I decided I needed a change, as eating the food from my restaurant, the two basic chicken recipes I know how to make, and boxed mac and cheese was getting old fast. Plus the fact that my mother would not be impressed with the number of green things I was eating in a day was on my mind. I had heard of a company called HelloFresh from a Facebook ad and decided to give it a try.

Once I was on the website it was super easy to choose meals from their menu for the week, and pick the plan I wanted. I entered my card information and boom everything was ordered within five minutes (if I was driving to the grocery store I would still be at the traffic light at this point). Pro tip: although I only cook for one, I ordered the two-person kit so I could use the leftovers for my lunch the next day.

I was a little skeptical about how the meat and produce would stay fresh if it was being shipped to my door, but to my surprise, the following Monday I had a large box at my front door that was chilled and perfectly intact.

For a food lover like myself, this was like Christmas morning! I had just gotten home from a nine-hour day at my internship and wanted nothing more than to eat a good meal and go to sleep. Articulating an idea for what I was going to eat for dinner, actually going to the store, and coming back home to make it all was completely out of the question. And my other options were: order a pizza, or a go through a drive-thru, both not great alternatives for my extra fluff. So a HelloFresh meal was the move. The box included everything needed to make three dinners for two people, a bunch of insulation, two of the largest ice packs you will ever see, and most importantly, three easy to follow recipe cards. All of the ingredients for each meal come in their own bag, so there is no confusion as to what goes with what, or figuring out the measurements for each ingredient. I chose to make "Sizzling Hoisin Shirmp" (I had no idea what that was, as a shrimp dish went way beyond my two-recipe chicken knowledge and capabilities).

After following the six steps on the recipe card, within 25 minutes I had a whole meal in front of me, one in which I actually surprised myself with and tasted so good! For the first time in awhile, I made a dinner that included a protein, starch, and veggie that I didn't get from a restaurant, or required a ton of planning. I kept the recipe card, as this was a meal I would definitely make again, even without HelloFresh.

After my surprisingly good dinner, I signed back into my HelloFresh account and chose my meals for the following week, as this is a subscription-based company, and will send a new box to you every week if you want- so easy!

As I wait now for my second box, I have decided that although some will say HelloFresh is expensive ($60 a week for each box), I really do think this is a good deal for someone who is busy, wants a variety, and wishes to eat relatively healthy. Buying groceries for lunch and dinner each week will run you about the same amount of money, if not more if you were to go buy all of these ingredients on your own.

When you make food at home, it also keeps you from eating out, which saves a ton of money right there. The time saver alone I think is the best aspect of this whole meal delivery system, time is priceless. This box is dummy proof for even people who say they can't cook, if you can read, you can feel like a 5- star chef!

So HelloFresh is a yes from me, it can be a little expensive, but you save a lot of time, and are guaranteed a healthy meal that tastes great. You're welcome for the free advertising HelloFresh.

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