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    Photo of the Week | May 7-11

    The beginning of May marked the WWI Centenary, and a special ceremony was held at the NC State Memorial Belltower to honor the students and alumni of NC State who served and died in World War I. The ceremony included guest speakers, a flyover by F-15 fighters from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base and a 21-gun salute.  Photographer Sarah Cochran captured the North Carolina National Guard Military Funeral Honors Unit performing the Three-Volley Gun Salute in honor of World War I Veterans of NC State.

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    Photo of the Week | April 29-May4

    Photographer Sindy Huang captures a piece from the Art2Wear “Wearable Paper Project” collection where first year students in the College of Design have the opportunity to show what they have learned and play a role in the Art2Wear Fashion show. Art2Wear is a student-run fashion show that challenges the contemporary view of “fashion” while showcasing the college’s best work for the year. The theme of this year’s show was “Caesura: The Art of Interruption.”

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    Photo of the Week | April 16-20

    This week’s Photo of the Week comes courtesy of Photo Editor Kaydee Gawlik. She attended Service Raleigh on Saturday, April 14 and captured some amazing shots of volunteers working together to benefit our local community! To see more coverage of service events and other student activities, order your 2018 Agromeck today and #OwnYourYear.

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    Katie Tart Announced as 2019 Editor in Chief

    Katie Tart, a junior in business administration with a concentration in entrepreneurship, is the 2019 editor-in-chief of Agromeck. Katie was the design editor of the 2018 Agromeck, and says she’s looking forward to her new role.   The publication has such a rich history of documenting NC State culture and traditions, and I’m excited to be able to have a hand in producing something that people will look back on years from now to remember this wild time in their lives. -Katie Tart   Hiring for other leadership positions has already begun! Visit our staff page to see what positions are available. Stay tuned here and on our social media…

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    Photo of the Week | Feb. 19-23

    This week’s Photo of the Week comes courtesy of photographer Sarah Cochran, who attended the dance collective Urban Bush Women’s performance at Stewart Theatre on Friday, February 9. Their performance was a part of the university’s celebration of Black History Month. For more coverage of Black History Month, order your copy of the 2018 Agromeck today.

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    Photo of the Week | Nov. 27 – Dec. 1

      This week’s Photo of the Week is courtesy of staff photographer David Tracey. He captured this great shot of senior Nicholas Lacy celebrating during the Wolfpack’s 33-21 victory over the UNCH-CH Tar Heels Saturday, November 25. Photo Editor Kaydee Gawlik had this to say about the photo:   “This is an awesomely timed photo. It’s also a great example of ‘right place right time’ because its nice and crisp, but also embodies the excitement in the last home game of the season against our not so distance rivals.”

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    Photo of the Week | Oct. 23-27

    This week’s Photo of the Week comes from photo correspondent Emma Dimig, who attended the NCSU rifle team’s match against the Akron Zips on Saturday, Oct. 21. Photo Editor Kaydee Gawlik had this to say about Emma’s shot: “Rifle isn’t something that’s in town a lot, so to start off with current photos of our amazing team (I mean, we’ve got All-American team members, and some that went to the Olympics last year, so we’re pretty decent!!) is super rad. Even though you can’t see the concentration on Derya’s face, having the screen showing her accuracy next to her rigid position/form/pose helps to provide context to the event. There’s also…

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    Photo of the Week | STATE FAIR EDITION

    This week’s Photo of the Week is a very special State Fair edition. Our beloved Photo Editor, Kaydee Gawlik, captured this shot of Sydney Respass, a junior in Food Science, working at the Food Science Club’s booth on Saturday, October 14th. Every year, the Food Science Club sponsors the Howling Cow ice cream booth at the State Fair – we love seeing all the different student organization representing at the Fair! Kaydee had this to say about the work behind the shot: “Sydney was just doing what she had signed up to do, which was managing the stress of arguably the most hectic time of day – I visited the…

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    Photo of the Week | Welcome Week Edition

      We have a very special Photo of the Week today, chosen from among all the awesome photos our photography staff took at Wolfpack Welcome Week events. Wolfpack Welcome Week is one of our favorite NC State traditions, with an entire week filled with fun activities to welcome students back to campus. This photo, taken by staff photographer Nick Faulkner at Packapalooza, was selected by co-photo editor Kaydee Gawlik. Kaydee had this to say about the photo: “This photo has great leading lines: the table bisects the photo and leads the eye of the viewer across the whole autograph line, not to mention that it’s awesome to feature our rockin’…

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    Photo of the Week | July 17-21

      This week’s Photo of the Week comes courtesy of co-Photo Editor Kai Anthony McNeil. In preparation for our spread highlighting the destruction of the historic homes on Maiden Lane, he snapped this amazing shot in the backyard of one of Maiden’s fraternity houses. Kai had this to say about why the composition of this photo is so striking: “This picture just encaptures the story of the historic homes on Maiden Lane. On the right, we see the past, a reminder of the fraternities that moved into Maiden Lane and really made it part of campus, how proud students are to live in these houses. On the left, we see…