Print, online issue of award-winning ‘The Agriculturist’ now available
By: Norman Martin
The latest print issue of Texas Tech's Department of Agricultural Education & Communications' magazine, The Agriculturist, has been delivered and is available at several locations across the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
The student-led magazine's cover story features Taking the Reins: Crofoot Family Makes Lasting Impact on Texas Tech Equestrian Center by Lucchese Cogdell of Silverton, Texas. In addition the 124-page magazine includes some 35 student-written articles, along with the support of more than 95 advertisers from across campus and the region.
This year's editorial leadership team was directed by Payton Harrell, Editor; Matthew Winterholler, Associate Editor; Claire Cleveland, Associate Editor; McKenna Johnson, Digital Content Editor; and Aspen Eaton, Advertising Manager.
Each semester, students enroll in 'ACOM 4310: Development of Agricultural Publications,' to produce the magazine from start to finish. The course, which was led by instructor Lindsay Kennedy, serves as a capstone where students can utilize the skills they fostered through their undergraduate coursework.
CONTACT: Steven Fraze, Chairman, Department of Agricultural Education and Communications, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2816 or email@example.com
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