Published on Tuesday, February 3, 2015 by Robert Morgan
Bright, blinding lights illuminate the cement hallways of the arena as you make your way to the main floor. “How do I look good enough?” “Have I eaten enough?” “Have I eaten too much?” “What if I don’t get picked during the first round?” “What if I make it to the second round, but the judges don’t like me on the second look?” All of these thoughts surround you as you make it to the dirt floor of the venue, tugging your steer along as he’s making weird noises.
Categories: Features | Tags: 4H, ag, main, Student Spotlight, volume 44
Published on Monday, April 29, 2013 by Andy Ramirez
It is no secret that the rodeo culture is still very much alive and well, especially in Texas. With youth moving toward a technical society, students who still take an active part in these agricultural activities are harder to come by. However, Sophomore Tristen Sisson participates in showing livestock, and he recently added an impressive […]
Categories: Features | Tags: 4H, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, main, turkey, Volume 42