Students from N.C. State Student Media are again being recognized as among the top in the nation by the Associated Collegiate Press and College Broadcasters Inc.
Applications are now being accepted for editor of the 2011-2012 Agromeck yearbook.
The national Society for Collegiate Journalists announced results of the individual and media winners in that organization’s national contest. NCSU media outlets, including the Technician, Agromeck and WKNC had individuals who received awards. The Agromeck
The Agromeck yearbook (edited by Bryant Robbins and Michele Chandler) and Windhover literary and arts magazine (edited by Helen Dear) both received Crown awards and were the only North Carolina college media outlets named as finalists
At the fourth-annual statewide convention of the North Carolina College Media Association 13 individual N.C. State students received awards and three media outlets placed in the Best of Show competition. Individual staff members of the
The Associated Collegiate Press named the 2010 Agromeck yearbook edited by Bryant Robbins and Michele Chandler a finalist for its top award — the Pacemaker. “It’s an honor to be named a finalist. It’s nice
(Back) Kieran Moreira, Bradley Wilson, Alex Sanchez; (front) Marisa Akers, Susannah Brinkley and Jamie Lynn Gilbert N.C. State’s yearbook, literary magazine, daily newspaper and radio station were all honored at the national convention of the College
Media outlets from Duke University, Elon University, North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina – Charlotte, the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Western Carolina University and Winston-Salem State University took home awards at
The Agromeck yearbook staff will be delivering the yearbook to seniors who had their picture taken or who made a large donation to the senior class Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. The staff will
John Cooper Elias, 2009 editor 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.