UNC Pembroke’s Museum of the Southeast American Indian (formerly the Native American Resource Center) will open its new exhibit, Viewpoint, by Lumbee artist Jessica Clark on Thursday, February 5.
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In his fifth book, UNCP historian Charles Beem once again takes the covers off the monarchy, this time to reveal the husbands of queens, from Brazil to Bombay and England too.
As a freshman at UNC Pembroke, Ja’Kayla Hill challenged herself to make the most of college, so she started volunteering.
UNC Pembroke has been selected by Military Times as a top 100 school in its fifth annual “Best for Vets: Colleges 2015” publication.
UNC Pembroke has a new logo, according to an announcement from Chancellor Kyle R. Carter.
The logo is the final piece a year-long rebranding program that rolled out a new website, slogan, fonts and other graphic images that will represent and promote the university.
The logo, featuring Old Main with the sun rising over its roof, will be seen on the university’s printed and digital materials from t-shirts to advertisements. Chancellor Kyle R. Carter appreciates the symbolism of