Even more fee drama: grim predictions fo…

Even more fee drama: grim predictions for the Agromeck, NC State’s yearbook:

So, yeah, Agromeck got something [$.50 of its requested $1.50 fee increase], but it won’t be enough to keep the yearbook around much longer. It won’t be enough to keep students employed and cover publishing costs, and it won’t be sufficient to keep N.C. State’s historic record alive.

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When Agromeck dies, who will be there to help students remember the Talley-Atrium renovation and grand opening? Who will be there to report on what athletics did with its $270,000?

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These are tough economic times. No one wants to pay more than they have to. Agromeck is suffering and may die, . . .

They can’t get the money through fees, the University version of taxation, so they’re just going to give up and go home? What about, I don’t know, raising the price of the yearbook?

Personally, I voted against their fee increase, because their listed justification for the increase was so that they could give every senior a free yearbook.

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