Deadline 2 for the Agromeck yearbook 2021 is complete! Our second spread of the deadline emphasizes this year’s new reality yet again, with game days resuming and students unable to support Wolfpack teams from the stands in person. The story covers how NC State University Athletics became creative to support teams, fans sent in pictures… Read more »
It’s completely free to take the portrait, and you will have the option to purchase packages of your portraits. Your portrait will also be included in the 2020-2021 Agromeck! There is no formal dress code, however, we encourage you to dress nice. (Pants will not be pictured.) Lifetouch will be taking the portraits and will be observing… Read more »
Deadline 1 for the Agromeck yearbook 2021 is complete! Our first spread of the deadline shows us this year’s new reality, with classes going virtual and meeting our friends and professors virtually. The story covers the aspects of living our college lives virtually. The photos on the spread covers students attending classes on Zoom with… Read more »
“This photo from Griffin Johnson, encompasses the feeling of every first-year student when the pandemic robbed them of the start of their freshman year. Students were asked to move in only to be asked to move out two weeks later due to the uptick in cases on campus,” Aditya Penumarti, photo editor for Agromeck, said.
Agromeck is hosting its first open house for Fall 2020, on Wednesday, August 12 at Harris Field from 11 am to 1 pm. Come learn more about NC State’s official yearbook and how to join our dynamic staff! We will have goodie bags and will be discussing the different paid positions we have to offer…. Read more »
March 2008 • John Cosgrove
[lwegallery] Cosgrove is a graduating senior in electrical engineering and computer engineering, and he is in his second semester on staff. “In all the chaotic mess that are the Student Media offices, we still produce some of the best publications in the country, and I’m proud to work for them,” John Cosgrove said.
2007 Agromeck, Windhover receive top national award
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…. Read more »
January 2008 • Dreier Carr
[lwegallery] Dreier is a freshman in electrical engineering and he is in his second semester on staff. “Dreier is an ambitious shooter with a lot of natural talent. He constantly shows improvement and potential in all his work,” Rob Fisher, photo editor for the Technician, said.