Originally posted by Paola Luna
On the 23rd of September, the building Jose T. PIñero was converted into a farmer’s market with free tasting samples of local coffee, corn and mango ice cream. Around the building, we had the different machinery, photographs and equipment used through time. In this activity, students, ex alumni, farmers professors as well as the people of the community celebrated the passing 100 years of the agricultural faculty. In this exciting activity, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) gave the campus their trademark as a gift of appreciation for all the years of collaborative service. We as Alpha Zeta members helped in the organization before, during and after the celebration. Some of the members and students from different organizations had the honor of planting the tree symbolic of the one hundred years of the faculty.