• Spread of the Deadline

    Spread of the Deadline | Ring Ceremony

    To kick off the beginning of the 2019 Agromeck, Editor-in-chief Katie Tart selected one of the most meaningful NC State traditions, which she believes best represents the theme for this year’s book. “Connected” is the concept chosen by Tart, because she wants to show how even one of the largest universities can be intertwined in so many ways. This spread featuring NC State’s Ring ceremony,  is a good representation of the theme, because it shows how a simple ring has so many connections to the university and the people in it, Tart says. Tart also loves how the fine detailed shots of the class ring show the University’s history. To…

  • On Assignment

    On Assignment | Alyssia Hardy

    Wednesday June 13, on Miller Fields, Alyssia Hardy, a sophomore in electrical engineering, gives a military salute to Photo Editor Kaydee Gawlik during their portrait session. Hardy is an active member of the Idaho Air National Guard, and receives special permission from her unit captain to attend NC State University while on duty. While pursuing a degree in electrical engineering, Hardy also makes time to be a part of NC State Cheer, and was a part of the team’s win of two national championships in Daytona, Florida at the 2018 NCA Collegiate Cheer Championships. Hardy will be featured in the 2019 Agromeck as a student profile for the month of…

  • Photo of the Week

    Photo of the Week | June 4 – 8

    This week’s photo of the week features sophomore Dillon Cooper throwing a ball to first base in the Raleigh Regional against Auburn Sunday, June 3 at Doak Field. This game ended resulted in a 15-7 loss and ended our run in the College World Series. To learn more about the results of the baseball season, visit NC State Athletics here.

  • Photo of the Week

    Photo of the Week | May 28 – June 1

    This week’s photo of week features a character participating in Cosplay Chess at Animazement. Animazement is Raleigh’s annual Japanese animation and culture convention. In cosplay chess, cosplayers are assigned to be a chess piece during an improv game of chess, and are moved around by chessmasters. Photo editor Kaydee Gawlik selected this photo from Animazement because it shows the crossing over of fans and communities, and how individuals in those communities choose to interpret or represent the things that they enjoy.