Alison Fowler, junior in marine science, passes the disc during the Women's Club Ultimate Wolfpack Invitational ultimate frisbee tournament Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014. Both men's and women's clubs hosted tournaments over the weekend, with teams from UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Greensboro, UNC-Asheville, Duke, Elon, Applachain State, and Virginia were in attendance. The men's and women's ultimate teams are two of 44 different club sports at N.C. State, offering students the opportunity to compete in various activities, including cycling, fencing, sailing, equestrian, water polo, and rugby. By: John Joyner

Photo of the Week | April 6-10

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Chris Rupert said: This week’s photo of the week was taken by staff photographer John Joyner. To start off, John did a great job framing this photo. He placed the subject, who is facing right, in the left side of the frame. This gives the subject plenty of room and makes it seem… Read more »

Veterinarian Seiche Genger, a first year resident in the poultry health management program at the College of Veterinary Medicine, carries a supplemental feeder down the center aisle of the chick-filled teaching animal unit poultry house Tuesday morning, Feb. 10, 2015. Genger is conducting a study to determine if the lesions associated with femoral head necrosis, an osteopathology commonly associated with lameness in poultry, are being artificially induced by the necropsy techniques currently being used or if they are truly a result of pathologic changes in the metaphyseal region of the femur. "There is a lot of argument in the veterinary field if [these lesions] are truly indicative of femoral head necrosis or not because we find that samples submitted from the field that have been positively identified with femoral head necrosis to our laboratory here, and other diagnostic labs, histopathologically don't indicate such lesions," said Genger.
By: Caide Wooten

Photo of the Week | March 30-April 3

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Chris Rupert said: This week’s photo of the week was taken by Technician photo editor Caide Wooten. This photo shows a side of N.C. State normally unseen to most students. Caide did an outstanding job framing this photo. He broke the traditional rule of thirds by placing the subject in the center of… Read more »

Holi participants throw the last round of color into the air before yelling "Happy Holi!" on Lee Fields on March 21, 2015. About one thousand people attended the event where they tossed colored powder onto their neighbors. Traditionally, Holi is a spring festival celebrating the Hindu deity Krishna. By: Sorena Dadgar

Photo of the Week | March 16-20

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Chris Rupert said: This week’s photo of the week was taken by staff photographer Sorena Dadgar of participants in Holi, a festival celebrating Krishna. Several photographers covered this event but Sorena’s photo stood out from the rest. In this photo Sorena managed to capture both great emotion from the festival’s attendees but also… Read more »

Senior guard Desmond Lee jumps and screams after N.C. State defeated Villanova during the 3rd round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday, March 21, 2015. The Wolfpack defeated the No. 1 seed Wildcats 71-68 at CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, PA to extend their run in the tournament to the Sweet Sixteen. By: Ryan Parry

Photo of the Week | March 23-27

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Chris Rupert said: This week’s photo of the week was taken by Agromeck co-photo editor Ryan Parry during the third round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. Ryan did a great job covering the whole tournament but this photo really stands out of the bunch.  In sports photography; there are three types of… Read more »

Jeramy Williams, a Freshman in electrical engineering, makes a flying leap over bushes to sled down a hill at the Court of the Carolinas on Feb. 26th. The Court of the Carolinas was filled with sledders and snowball fighters on a day where classes were cancelled due to snow. 
By: Nick Faulkner

Photo of the Week | March 2-6

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Ryan Parry said: This week’s photo of the week is by staff photographer Nick Faulkner. Nick went out and shot the festivities that happened during the snow days on campus. Here Nick shot students sledding at the Court of North Carolina and caught a student leaping onto an inner tube. The reaction on both… Read more »

Brian Corum, the lead singer of Lonnie Walker performs during  the Double Barrel Benefit 12  at the Lincoln Theatre on Feb 7th, 2015.  WKNC has been hosting the Double Barrel Benefit for the last 12 years. Night one,  had a lineup of four musicians- No Love, Mac McCaughan, Lonnie Walker and Spider Bags. Night two, which is on Feb 14th will have Eternal Summers, Elvis Depressedly, Museum Mouth and Body Games perform. 
By: Kamakshi Arora

Photo of the Week | Feb. 16-20

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Ryan Parry said: This week’s photo of the week is from staff photographer Kamakshi Arora. Kamakshi is a newer photographer that took on a difficult assignment in the Double Barrel Benefit. She did a great job though, coming back with this photo of the lead singer of Lonnie Walker performing. The emotion on… Read more »

Sophomore Courtney Bisbe does a backflip split on the beam while her team watches. Bisbe scored a 9.675 during the four-school meet on Saturday. The Wolfpack placed third with a 194.050 behind WVU and UNC but ahead of William and Mary on Saturday in Reynolds Coliseum.
By: Nick Faulkner

Photo of the Week | Feb. 9-13

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Ryan Parry said: This week’s photo of the week is from staff photographer Nick Faulkner. Nick shot the gymnastics meet against North Carolina and took a different approach for regular action photos. In this photo, Nick got low and caught Courtney Bisbe as she’s flipping while on beam. The low angle shows a… Read more »

Emily Meineke, Ph.D. student studying entomology, is currently researching how insects respond to urban heat. Meineke is engaged to marry Joe Kwon, the cellist for Avett Brothers.
By: Tyler Andrews

Photo of the Week | Jan. 26-30

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Chris Rupert said: This week’s photo of the week was taken by Tyler Andrews. Tyler took a portrait of Emily Meineke, an Ph.D. candidate in entomology. Tyler did a great job setting up this portrait. He placed the subject in an interesting location that adds to the story of the photo, but doesn’t… Read more »

Melissa Harris-Perry, professor of politics and international affairs at Wake Forest University, speaks at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Jan. 12, 2015 in the State Ballroom.  Perry is well-know for her self-titled weekend news and opinion show and as the author of "Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America."
By: Caide Wooten

Photo of the Week | Jan. 19-23

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Ryan Parry said: This week’s Photo of the Week is by Technician Photo Editor Caide Wooten. Caide covered the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration in Talley Student Union’s new State Ballroom and took full advantage of the visual elements available in the room. For a speaker shot, this photo stands out from the… Read more »

Performance of a traditional Indian dance during the Hunar Revolution Fashion Show Dec. 5, 2014 in the W. Duke Kimbrell Atrium.  The show, sponsored by the College of Textiles and the Association for India's Development (AID), featured designs by NC State student and the underprivileged female tailors of Jaipur, India.
By: Caide Wooten

Photo of the Week | Jan. 12-16

Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Chris Rupert said: This week’s photo of the week was taken at the Hunar Revolution Fashion Show by Technician’s Photo Editor, Caide Wooten. Three photographers shot this event and all came back with great photos but this one really stood out from the rest. There is both great emotion and action. Caide… Read more »

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  • Redshirt junior guard Trevor Lacey shoots the ball during the basketball game against Cincinnati in PNC Arena Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014. The Bearcats defeated the Wolfpack, 76-60.
By: John Joyner

    Photo of the Week | Jan. 5-9

    Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Ryan Parry said: This week’s Photo of the Week is a basketball photo by John Joyner. Winter break brought a lot of basketball to PNC Arena in Raleigh and with that came some amazing shots from our staff. John’s photo stood out because of the action going on in the photo. Basketball… Read more »

  • Jeremy Berg, a senior in nuclear engineering and a Petty Officer in the Navy, and Nicole Abbott, a senior in psychology, say they know that they are "the ones" for each other.

By: Tyler Andrews

    Photo of the Week | Dec. 8-12

    Agromeck Co-Photo Editor, Chris Rupert said: “This week’s Photo of the Week is a portrait by Tyler Andrews. Tyler did a great job with this portrait and it is a great example of using multiple strobes in a portrait. Tyler took this portrait outside of Bostian Hall while the level of ambient light was at… Read more »

  • Examining his pinhole lens, junior in biological engineering Joshua Holder checks to make sure it is completely circular. The Craft Center held their annual Pinhole competition on Saturday and Sunday after having students build them on Thursday and Friday, August 19, 2014. The contest challenges the students to capture the campus as seen through the eye of a pinhole camera. The winners of the judge's choice and people's choice awards receive a free class at the craft center.

 By:  Joseph Phillips

    Photo of the Week | Dec. 1-5

    Agromeck Photo Editor, John Joyner said: “This week’s Photo of the Week is Joseph Phillips’s feature photo from last Monday’s Technician. This photo is a great example of what we look for in a feature photo; Joseph found an interesting story and depicted it in a visually interesting way. The use of light in the photo… Read more »

  • Shayna Yeager, a model in Art2Wear, has makeup applied during the pre-show routine. Yeager was a model in "Creatures of the Deep," a collection designed by Sarah Edens, a junior in fashion and textile management, and Lindsey Sherrill, a senior in fashion and textile management. By:  Joannah Irvin

    Photo of the Week | April 22-26

    Technician Photo Editor Natalie Claunch said: I picked Joannah Irvin’s photo because it is behind-the-scenes coverage of an event N.C. State hosts every year– Art to Wear. We usually see runway shots from this show, which highlight the fashion, but this photo shows us the preparation before the big moment. Joannah’s choice of framing includes… Read more »

  • Senior in mathematics Jason Massey climbs a popular route at the Three Bears Gulley at Pilot Mountain State Park near Pinnacle, N.C. "Climbing's a great way to get out of the big city and relieve a good amount of stress," Massey said. "You don't think about anything but your next move. It's also a good excuse to go to some really cool spots that most people don't even know exist."
By:  Greg Wilson

    Photo of the Week | April 15-19

     Agromeck photo editor Katherine Hoke said: Greg Wilson’s photo is a great example of what a feature photo should look like. He captured different, visually striking and relevant student activity in a creative way. Not only did Greg go off campus to get this shot, but he suspended himself in the air above and behind the subject. This… Read more »

  • Sophomore infielder Jake Armstrong attempts to catch a fly ball during the game against Virginia Tech, Friday April 5, 2013. The Wolfpack battled the Hokies for six scoreless innings to a victory of 8-7 in the fourteenth inning, and went on to win all three games in the weekend series.
By:  Natalie Claunch

    Photo of the Week | April 8-12

    Technician Deputy Photo Editor Ryan Parry said: This week’s photo of the week goes to Technician Photo Editor Natalie Claunch’s picture of Jake Armstrong preparing to make an outfield catch at the Virginia Tech baseball game. We don’t often capture the moments in the outfield, but when we do, this is how they should be done. The… Read more »

  • Claustrophobic bike lane on Hillsborough Street.
By:  Greg Wilson

    Photo of the Week | April 1-5

    Technician Deputy Photo Editor John Joyner said: Greg Wilson did a nice job here of thinking outside the box to get this shot. Using a GoPro, he was able to get the shot from an angle that would have been very hard to get otherwise. Getting a shot from onboard the bike lent an intimacy to… Read more »

  • Corinne Canavarro, junior in First Year College, and Jordan Gower, a senior in mathematics, perform at the dress rehearsal for the Panoramic Dance Project Saturday, March 23, 2013 in Titmus Theatre.  Canavarro, who has eight years of dance experience, choreographed the piece titled Assesment.  Gower, performing for the second time with the dance project, has been focussing his work on ballroom and modern dance styles. 
By:  Tyler Andrews

    Photo of the Week | March 25-29

    Technician Photography Editor Natalie Claunch said: Photo of the week goes to Tyler Andrews for his shot of the Panoramic Dance Project dress rehearsal. Tyler was able to effectively expose the photo for highlights and shadows, creating a dramatic effect to the moment of the dancer balancing herself. Her pose fills the entire frame, and creates… Read more »

  • Taylor Jones, a junior in microbiology, and Lisa Angermeier, a junior in animal science, check out the poultry science club's live exhibit in the Brickyard March 18, 2013.  The exhibit, as a part of Agriculture Awareness Week, illustrates the genetic improvements made in meat-producing chickens over the past sixty years through selective breeding techniques alone.
By:  Caide Wooten

    Photo of the Week | March 18-22

    Agromeck photo editor Katherine Hoke said: Caide Wooten did a great job of capturing the essence of Agricultural Awareness Week, an event Student Media covers annually, in a different way. His consideration of composition, perspective and lighting coupled with the moment of emotion on the students’ faces makes the photo work. He utilized the texture of… Read more »

  • Juniors C.J. Leslie and Lorenzo Brown and senior Richard Howell scream after a dunk by freshman guard Rodney Purvis to end the ACC Tournament first round game against Virginia Tech Thursday, March 14, 2013. The Wolfpack defeated the Hokies 80-63 at the Greensboro Coliseum.
By:  Ryan Parry

    Jim Colton Guest Critique | Photo of the Week | March 11-15

    Former Sports Illustrated Photo Editor and Photography Consultant Jim Colton said: There’s often a misconception about sports photography that the best pictures are of peak action — buzzer beaters, slam dunks, etc. — but sometimes when all that action is happening in front of you, the better picture is actually behind you! Reaction is often… Read more »