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Humans of USU: Kayla Meine

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Published: Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Updated: Tuesday, January 7, 2014 01:01


Chelsea Hunter

USU freshman Kayla Meine first learned to tend to cattle on her family's ranch in Montana and now studies animal science to further develop her skills in the field.

Kayla Meine is a freshman who grew up on a cattle ranch with her family in Dillon, Mont. She is now living in Logan, majoring in animal science.


US: Being from out of state, what made you decide to come to USU?

KM: I wanted to go out of state, and when I came and visited Utah State, I just loved it. The campus is the perfect size and the people are all really nice, and of course I love the ag program.


US: What’s your favorite thing to do here in Logan?

KM: Probably definitely country dancing.


US: What New Year’s resolutions do you have?

KM: Well, most of it applies to this semester. I want to get really good grades this semester. For the whole year, I want to focus on living in the moment rather than always thinking about the future.


US: What are you most excited for in 2014?

KM: So many things. There isn’t one certain thing I’m excited for. I’m just excited to see what’s in store for me and see what I can accomplish in a year.


US: What’s something quirky about you?

KM: The first thing I notice about a person is their teeth and eyebrows.


US: What are you most afraid of?

KM: Snakes … I’m beyond scared of them.

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