“Beyond the Call: Robesonians in World War II,” a new permanent exhibit in the museum of the Native American Resource Center, is now on display at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
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A biotechnology research and training facility and a planned Center for Entrepreneurship cleared major hurdles with the Board of Trustees of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
In an October 6 special meeting, the trustees approved hiring an architect for the 5,000 square-foot laboratory. Located next to UNCP’s Regional Center for Economic, Community and Professional Development at COMtech, it will be used for undergraduate training in biotechnology.
The Native American Resource Center at UNC Pembroke announced the opening of a new exhibit, “Timeless Images: Photographs from the Smithsonian Institution.”
It is a collection of sepia photographs taken by various photographers working for the Bureau of American Ethnography. Each photo
Blake Tyner has sent his friends a postcard from the past.
The UNC Pembroke student and chronicler of Robeson County history has published his second book of historic photography. Entitled “Robeson County in VintagePostcards,” Tyner’s latest book is 125 pages of postcards dating back to
Basketball has always been an important part of Carl Peed’s life.
From his days in high school and throughout his adult life, he has enjoyed being on the court. During a recent pick-up game Peed teamed up with his boss, former U.S. Attorney General, John Ashcroft and Asa Hutchinson, former Under Secretary at Department of Homeland Security, to take on the opposing team.