North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed the State Advisory Council on Indian Education Bill (S.B. 97) into law Thursday during a ceremony in Old Main on the campus of The University of North Carolina Pembroke.
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UNC Pembroke alumni living in the Washington, D.C. area gathered at the Virginia home of Carl and Charlotte Peed on October 17 for a reception to meet Chancellor Robin Gary Cummings and his wife, Rebecca.
UNC Pembroke celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month on October 23 with a festival of song, dance, drama, history, food and games. More than 200 students attended the Hispanic Fall Festival 2015.
UNC Pembroke’s University Theatre is taking on Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” this fall, and director Dr. Jonathan Drahos is excited. His excitement is contagious, and he hopes to draw record audiences.
Knowledge of outlaw and folk hero Henry Berry Lowrie is essential for those who live or work in Pembroke.