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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… Read more »

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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… Read more »

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Photo of the Week | July 3-7

  This week’s Photo of the Week was taken by photographer Sam Feldstein at the Special Olympics Summer Games at Witherspoon Student Center. Photo Editor Kai McNeil had this to say about the photo: ” The power stance of the competitor displayed in the composition of the photo really allows viewers to understand the feat… Read more »

Announcing the 2018 Agromeck Editor in Chief

  Agromeck’s staff is excited to announce our new editor-in-chief for the 2017-2018 edition of NC State’s oldest and most award-winning student publication: Anna Long, a sophomore majoring in communications – public relations, will assume full responsibility for the role in May. Anna was co-editor of her high school yearbook and joined the Agromeck staff… Read more »

Spread of the Deadline | State Fair

  Editor in Chief Amanda Pearlswig said: The second spread of the State Fair package uses a variety of design elements to create a dynamic spread. What makes this spread interesting are the style of photos taken; they show two very different perspectives of the fair. In addition, it also highlights three NC State student… Read more »

Photo of the Week | Jan. 23-27

Photo Editor Bryan Murphy said: “In this photo that senior staff photographer Kaydee Gawlik captured at the Women’s March on Raleigh this week, we can see that the protester has her back to us.  As photojournalists we almost always strive to have the subject’s face in the photo. It helps establish a connection with the… Read more »

Photo of the Week | Election Edition

  This week is a very special Election Day edition of Photo of the Week! Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton held a rally Monday night in Reynolds Coliseum, while Republican candidate and real estate developer Donald Trump held a rally in Dorton Arena. Staff photographer Adam Schmidt captured this great… Read more »

Spread of the Deadline | Wolfpack Olympians

Deadline 3 covered all the campus events, national and world news, and amazingly cool people we could fit into 56 pages! Spanning the months of August and September, some of our favorite spreads included our Wolfpack Welcome Week package – that’s multiple spreads covering the same topic – as well as Hopscotch Music Festival, Shack-a-thon,… Read more »

Photo of the Week | DEADLINE EDITION

This week’s Photo of the Week is a special deadline edition. Agromeck Photo Editor Bryan Murphy chose this photo, by staff photographer KayDee Gawlik, out of all the shots included in the spreads submitted this deadline – that’s over 50 pages of event coverage, interviews, student profiles, news reporting, and more! Here’s what Bryan had… Read more »

Photo of the Week | Oct. 3-7

Photo Editor Bryan Murphy said: This photo of First Lady Michelle Obama stands out for two reasons. First, in terms of composition, it is a very symmetrical photo which directs the focus of the photo to the First Lady. And second, the photographer captured a bit of her personality showing through. Capturing expressions and emotions… Read more »

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  • Photo of the Week | Sept. 6 to 12

    Shotgun, by Kevin Cook Agromeck Photo Editor Marisa Akers said: Kevin’s photo, which ran in the Technician Sept. 7, was chosen because of Kevin’s ability to capture an exciting moment and convey emotion to the viewer. Tailgating is frequently seen as a vital part of the “college experience” and his work displays this event for readers of… Read more »

  • Photo of the Week | Aug. 30 to Sept. 5

    Salmonella, by Josh Bielick Technician Photo Editor Sarah Tudor said: Josh’s photo, which ran in the Technician Aug. 31, is an excellent example of taking initiative of a photo assignment that did not have a lot of direction. The focus of the photo is clearly the eggs, which is important, because the photo could have easily been… Read more »

  • Photo of the Week | Aug. 23 to 29

    Giving Blood, by Jordan Moore Agromeck Photo Editor Marisa Akers said: Jordan’s photo, which ran in the Technician Monday, Aug. 23, was chosen because of his interesting use of selective focus and low depth of field. Photographers have shot blood donation events over and over again, but Jordan thought about the photo from a different angle… Read more »

  • Building the NCSU

    Kevin Cook produced this Flash animation at the RBC Center Monday, Aug. 16 at Convocation.

  • Yearbook receives highest national award

    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… Read more »

  • Parents and Families Weekend 2009

    Thank you for coming to see us at Parents and Families Weekend. Get your copy of your photo taken at the  Parents and Families tailgate.  

  • February 2009 • Michele Chandler

    [lwegallery] John Cooper Elias, Agromeck yearbook editor: Michele had a tough task this year as the yearbook photo editor, but she did a great job. She managed the photo staff all year, and she helped us produce a high-quality product that we are all proud of. The most impressive thing about Michele was that while… Read more »

  • 2008 Edition Receives Highest National Award

    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.

  • January 2009 • David Mabe

    [lwegallery] Saja Hindi, Technician editor: “David Mabe has easily become one of the most essential staff members we have. He is not only a great photographer but is also very dependable. David has also really helped out the section editors with online multimedia and has become a valuable resource to everyone on staff.”

  • 2007 Agromeck receives Pacemaker; 2008 edition named Best of Show

    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… Read more »