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April 8, 2014 |

From fixing paper jams to beating back virus outbreaks across campus, a group of UNC Pembroke student workers serve as a helping hand for 1,400 computer users on campus.

The three-year-old BraveTech program employs 12 part-time students to do installations and house calls on ailing computers across campus.

“The bottom line for the BraveTech program is we couldn’t operate without them,” said Dr. Maurice Mitchell Jr., associate vice chancellor for information resources and chief

April 8, 2014 |

Miss UNCP Morgan Hunt left with fanfare Saturday for Raleigh, N.C., and the Miss North Carolina Pageant.

Morgan HuntHer supporters threw a gala fundraiser on June 11, and a large contingent from Pembroke will be on hand at the BTI Center to cheer her on during the competition June 21-25.

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April 8, 2014 |

Brave News World is UNC Pembroke’s first online magazine that is conceived, designed and published by students.

The general-interest magazine is the product of a new course in the Mass Communications Department called “Online Journalism.” It was developed and instructed by Dr. Anthony Curtis for the first time in spring 2005.

April 8, 2014 |

A paper co-written by four UNC Pembroke graduate students and Dr. Eric Dent, Dean of the School of Business, won top honors at the recent conference of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines.

April 8, 2014 |

“It’s first and 10,” UNC Pembroke Athletic Director Dan Kenney told the Football Advisory Committee at its June meeting.

The installation of 1,100 new seats at the Belk Athletic Complex will be completed by June 30, Kenney said. A date to begin the search for a head football coach is near.

“The head coach is the key to a start-up program,” Kenney said. “We are asking you to think about what qualities we want in a coach.”

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