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How do American boys become men?

In the early 20th century, a cross-section of American society attempted to answer that question by helping define Frank Merriwell, the fictional all-American lad, as the picture of a manly boy, according to Dr. Ryan K. Anderson, associate professor of history at UNC Pembroke.

Money won’t make you happy, Steve Repak told UNCP students. But if the students follow the advice of this certified financial planner, author and motivational speaker, they can have both money and happiness.

At a recent exhibit of undergraduate work from across UNC Pembroke’s campus, Jai Woods’ ceramic busts turned a lot of heads.

Ground was broken Thursday for UNC Pembroke’s newest building. The 11,000 square foot facility will house Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).

Three outstanding alumni will be honored at UNC Pembroke’s 47th annual Alumni Awards and Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet on Friday, October 2, in the University Center Annex. The event is a part of the university’s homecoming festivities. 

The 2015-16 Native American Speakers Series schedule was announced this week by UNC Pembroke’s Department of American Indian Studies and the Southeast American Indian Studies Program.