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Using the full-range of her talents, Maya Angelou delighted a crowd of more than 2,600 at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
The third edition of Fodor's "North Carolina," featuring UNCP geographer Tom Ross' restaurant guide, is now available where travel guides are sold.
Like the army, Dr. Ross has always traveled on his stomach, even though he likes to consider eating
Homecoming weekend (Feb. 15-16) at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke truly was the stuff memories are made of.
Concerts by popular singer Percy Sledge and comedian Bruce Bruce were sold out at the 1,700-seat Givens Performing Arts Center.
UNCP swept its basketball doubleheader against Lander University. The women won 91-65, and the men earned a hard-fought win 65-58.
State and local leaders and UNC Pembroke scientists are cooking up a plan to lure the growing biotechnology industry to the region.
The university announced plans Feb. 15 to construct a million dollar bio-processing or fermentation facility at COMtech., a nearby education, research and technology park. The facility would serve both university and commercial researchers and attract manufacturing jobs in the biotechnology industry to the region.