This week, we follow Agromeck Photo Editor Aditya Penumarti while covering outdoor trips sponsored by NC State Wellness and Recreation. “The high ropes course held by the wellness and recreation center was a cool opportunity to get high up and close with climbers. Our editor-in-chief and I were able to get up 35 feet up… Read more »
We’re back in the Convention Driver’s seat with Assignments Editor, Mandy Stacy — let’s see how her experience with the convention was! “The ACP/CMA Convention in Washington D.C. was an amazing experience! My favorite part of the convention was meeting new people from across the country. It was really interesting to hear other people’s perspectives… Read more »
This week’s photo of the week from senior photographer Minh Pham who captured the North Carolina Courage’s second straight championship victory in the National Women’s Soccer League. NC Courage shut out the Chicago Red Stars, 4-0, making them the first team to win a league title at home in NWSL history. “The confetti surrounding the… Read more »
Photo of the Week | Sept. 1 – 7
This week’s Photo of the Week comes courtesy of Kaydee Gawlik, a senior staff photographer, who captures part of the excitement found with Sorority Bid Day. “What makes this photo great is the happiness and emotion shown, combined with the framing of this shot,” Aditya Penumarti, photo editor for Agromeck, said.
Welcome back, Pack! | Changes coming!
Whether it’s your first time on the red bricks or your last time sleeping in D.H. Hill Jr. Library, we at Agromeck want to wish you good luck and the favor of Shibboleth this semester! In addition to the annual changing of the editorial staff, we’re also going to be doing some new things with… Read more »
Photo of the Week | April 8-12
UAB’s Black Students Board hosted a week-long series of events to celebrate Pan-Afrikan Week and finished off the week with their most popular event, The Stroll-off. Photo editor Kaydee Gawlik chose this photo as Photo of the Week because of the significance that the event has for the black community. “The Stroll-off or step show… Read more »