"River Spirits" is the first-ever collection of Lumbee writings published by UNC Pembroke's Native American Resource Center. Forty-nine Lumbee authors contributed a variety of work, both fact and fiction, that overflows with the tribe's proud past
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While The University of North Carolina at Pembroke is expanding its distance education programs, a new generation of librarians is being installed to better serve all students, near and far.
Chancellor Allen C. Meadors with Mrs. James Dial
A 1949 graduate and a member of the Board of Trustees when he passed away in 1997, James H. "Jim" Dial loved
Area business leaders and students were recognized at the recent 2003 Business Visions banquet, held on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
The annual awards honor top students at UNC Pembroke and business leaders whose leadership and innovations have greatly contributed to the community.
Pictured (from left): Cora Bullard, Kagenia Strickland and Angie Revels