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…. Read more »
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… Read more »
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… Read more »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 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 »
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 »
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 »
Fall 2008 • Luis Zapata
[lwegallery] Saja Hindi, Technician editor: Luis has consistently been one of our most dependable photographers. He gets his assignments in on time, picks up last-minute assignments and is always willing to help. He works with the section editors to come up with ideas and works with new photographers to help them critique their photos. He… Read more »
Fall 2008 • Tim O’Brien
[lwegallery] Dreier Carr, senior photographer: “[Tim] has really contributed to maintaining or improving the quality of photography in a tough semester with a young staff. Tim is a talented photographer who will take assignments and come back with some really great and original shots.” John Cooper Elias, Agromeck yearbook editor: “As a new photographer he… 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.
2007 Agromeck ships early
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.
Staffers Win Individual Recognition
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.