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    Photo of the Week | May 14-18

    Almost a week has passed since the NC State class of 2018 turned the tassel on the next chapter of their lives. This shot of graduates from the College of Veterinary Medicine was taken by senior photographer Nick Faulkner, and was selected for Photo of the Week by photo editor Kaydee Gawlik. Gawlik selected this picture because it is a well-exposed photo that demonstrates a genuine interaction among peers who are celebrating the end of their struggles. Students looking to purchase photos from their graduation year can buy them here.

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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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    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 | 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…

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    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 shot of musicians Jon Bon Jovi and Lady Gaga during their performance at Sec. Clinton’s rally. While Sec. Clinton was projected to win the election by most polls, victories in Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and North Carolina gave Mr. Trump the 270 votes needed for a victory. To stay up to date on all Agromeck’s national news…

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    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 to say: “The first thing that caught my eye about this photo is the perspective. The photographer framed the girls climbing such that the ground is not in the photo. This gives the effect that the climbers are extremely high up in the sky. The second part of this photo I really liked is that…

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    Photo of the Week | September 4-9

    Agromeck Photo Editor Bryan Murphy said: “For the NC State football team’s home opener against William and Mary, half of the action took place before the game in the parking lot while students and fans tailgate.  A handful of tailgaters go all out with huge grills, big tents for dancing, and huge speakers to get fans excited before heading into Carter-Finley Stadium.  Fans braved storms hours before the game to continue tailgating and get ready to support the Pack in the home opener. This photo puts the viewer in the middle of the tailgate, and the visible steam from the grill almost gives you a taste of the sizzling burgers.”

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    Photo of the Week | August 1-5

    Agromeck Photo Editor Bryan Murphy said: “Academic Adviser for Exploratory Studies Mindy Sopher, is the subject of the Agromeck’s July profile.  For this year’s edition we have decided to use studio lit portraits as the style for all of our profiles.  Using this style allows for complete control over the lighting but also requires the photographer to have great ‘camera talk’ skills.  ‘Camera talk’ is simply how the photographer engages with their subject to evoke a certain emotion or facial expression. This portrait of Mindy Sopher shows off her genuine smile and captures her bubbly personality. “  

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    Photo of the Week | July 24-30

    Photo Editor Bryan Murphy said: While everyone loves a great action shot at a sporting event, they can be a bit repetitive after a while. A lot of times the more compelling photos are found away from the action and help tell the story in a way everyone can relate to. In this photo,  Frank Pierce and his two sons Andrew and Austin catch a ball tossed to them by a player in between innings. the smile on the little boy’s face captures why many of us care about sports in the first place – for the love of the game.