NEW YORK, NY – The Columbia Scholastic Press Association announced its top awards for collegiate publications March 14. The NCSU yearbook, the Agromeck, received the organization’s highest award, a Gold Crown. Only three college yearbooks nationwide received the highest award. This year 1,558 magazines, newspapers, yearbooks and online publications of the current CSPA members were eligible to enter the Crown Awards. Publications were judged on writing/editing, design, content, concept, photography, art and graphics. John Cooper Elias, a 2009 graduate in communication and now an intern with the Wolfpack Club, was the editor of the 2009 edition, the 107th consecutive edition of the book. Other senior staff members included: Bryant Robbins,…
N.C. State’s student yearboook, the Agromeck, edited by Mary Beth Hamrick, and its literary and arts magazine, Windhover, were recognized with a Gold Crown Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association this spring. This is one of the two highest awards given nationally for college media.
For the second time, the Agromeck yearbook received a Pacemaker award from the Associated Collegiate Press, one of only seven books in the nation to receive that organization’s highest honors. The 2008 edition of the book was named Best of Show at the national convention in Kansas City. In addition, the 88.1 Second of Technician podcast produced in cooperation with WKNC radio was given third place for Best of Show for Audio Podcast.
N.C. State’s student yearboook, the Agromeck, and its literary and arts magazine, Windhover, will be recognized with a Crown Award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association this coming spring. “Our students continue to produce some of the finest publications in the country, even at a school without a journalism degree,” said Bradley Wilson, adviser to both media. “They work hard every day to document the activities of some 30,000 students and additional faculty and staff as well as to give them an outlet for creativity.”
On July 2, the 2007 Agromeck, edited by Brandon Wright, was shipped from the Taylor plant in Dallas, Texas to the addresses received during purchases. If you have not received your copy by now, please call our office at 919.515.2411.
Eight Agromeck yearbook staff members received individual recognition from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association as part of that organizations Gold Circle Awards. Read more about the awards Nathan Bullen, William Alligood, Austin Dowd, Curtiss Martin, Daniel Joe, Cynthia Rouf, Nick Pironio and Thomas Cox won.
The North Carolina State University yearbook staff has been recognized by Taylor Publishing with an Award of Excellence honoring its yearbook design and coverage. The NCSU yearbook, the Agromeck, is featured in the 2007 Yearbook Yearbook. The yearbook has also been nominated for a national Pacemaker Award from the Associated Collegiate Press, one of the top two national awards for student media. Only 13 schools were nominated nationwide for the Pacemaker including perennial winners, the Royal Purple from Kansas State University, the Arbutus from Indiana University and the Tower from Northwest Missouri State University. The Agromeck was first nominated, and received, a Pacemaker for the 2004 edition, the publication’s first national award. In that year, 14…
The staff of the Agromeck yearbook received four national Gold Circle Awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The staff received a First Place Certificate in Yearbook Theme and Concept. Josh Bassett and Nathan Bullen received a First Place Certificate in Organization or Greek Spread. Taylor Templeton received a Certificate of Merit for Yearbook Sports Action Photograph. And Austin Johnson received a Second Place Certificate for Sports Reporting.
KANSAS CITY — The 2004 edition of the Agromeck yearbook won a Pacemaker award from the Associated Collegiate Press. This was the first Pacemaker for the Agromeck. The Associated Collegiate Press selected the 2004 edition of N.C. State’s literary magazine, the Windhover, from 57 entries as one of five winners in the 2004 Magazine Pacemaker competition. This edition, affectionately known as “magazine in a box,” was edited by Shawna Jones and designed by Will Hall. The Windhover has received the award nine other times, including for the 2003 edition.
N.C. State’s yearbook, the Agromeck, received a Silver Crown award from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association at the association’s national convention in New York City March 19. Jaime Trivette edited the 2004 edition of the 102nd edition of the Agromeck, funded through advertising sales and student fee monies. Other senior staff members includedAustin Dowd, photography editor; Josh Bassett, designer; Lucy Tatum Austin, student life editor; and Erik Snyder, academics editor. Bradley Wilson is the yearbook staff adviser.