With over 900 student clubs and organizations on campus, there are a plethora of opportunities to get involved with a group that shares your passions and interests. Sometimes, you may be forced to choose between two great groups such as different fraternities or sororities. As an Aggie, I am proud to say that today, Alpha Zeta (the co-ed honor’s agriculture frat on campus) once again did a phenomenal job putting together Ag Day for the Fall semester.
Each semester AZ organizes one day where different agricultural groups on campus can show what they do and help educate the Cornell community about what we do day in and day out. While extremely affordable meals and drinks attract some students, most of the people who stop by are more intrigued as to why there is a cow with a hole in it’s side (also known as a “fistulated cow”) than the food. The best part about Ag Day is that it fosters community amongst the agricultural groups on campus and continues to help the public perception of agriculture. It’s always great to see the quad swarming with students who are truly passionate about the reason Cornell exists. So I’d like to give a shout out to all the members of Alpha Zeta fraternity for all your hardwork in regards to Ag Day-once again it was a huge success!