Author: Claire Welker

I am a senior science and agricultural journalism student and this is my first semester writing for Corner Post. My emphasis is in sales and marketing and I’ll also graduate with a business minor. I am a proud member of Mizzou Fraternity and Sorority Life as well as Agricultural Communicators and Leaders of Tomorrow. I also belong to the Griffiths Leadership Society for Women. My dad once told me that the people in my classes are likely to be the same type of people I will work with when I’m older. After I heard that, I knew CAFNR was the school for me. I am still fascinated with the fact that so many CAFNR students grew up much differently than I did. I love hearing about their experiences and I hope through Corner Post I can share some of their stories.

MU Collegiate Cattlewomen host hands-on beef education event

MU Collegiate Cattlewomen held their ninth annual Meet Your Meat event on Wednesday, April 18, at Tradition’s Plaza on the MU campus. The event ran from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. and featured educational games and materials, ribeye sandwiches and…

CP Editorial: Pick a major, go to college and get a job …. sounds simple, right?

For most college-bound students, the journey starts with deciding what they want to study. For some this decision comes naturally. For many, including myself, the decision was a bit harder. Virginia Gordon, author of “The Undecided College Student: An Academic…

CP Editorial: Symptoms of eating disorders often seem like normal behavior on college campuses

The first week in March was National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and I could not escape all the information and statistics that cluttered my social media. The more I read, the more I started thinking about the prevalence of eating…