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Hidden gems are nestled in the depths of Mann Library — and I’m not talking about all the athletes that hang out there.

The history of Cornell’s School of Agriculture and Life Science is fruitful and unique. Though most of us may think of the average CALS student as a finance obsessed Dyson kid, there is a valuable population that is often forgotten, even though they put the “agriculture” in “School of Agriculture and Life Sciences.”

Yes, I’m talking about the Agriculture majors. The farmers of Cornell, the unspoken heroes of upstate New York. The noble workers of the land who came to this fine institution to learn how to take over the family farm properly. The heart and soul of our beloved School of Agriculture.