The public is invited to free concert performance by UNC Pembroke’s Faculty Brass Quintet on Thursday, April 7 in the Moore Hall Auditorium on the campus of UNC Pembroke.
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Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll and Marc Chagall, renowned French painter, may sound like the modern day Odd Couple. But noted lecturer Vivian Jacobson has discovered a harmonious connection between the two 20th century icons.
Dr. LeAnne Howe, a novelist, poet and playwright, will join several American Indian historians and other speakers at the 12th annual Southeast Indian Studies Conference at UNC Pembroke on April 7-8.
UNC Pembroke officials anticipate more than 350 volunteers to pitch in Saturday, April 9, for the second annual Community Action Day.
As James Freeman was mulling over a keynote speaker for the 2016 UNC Pembroke Entrepreneurship Summit, Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis came to mind.