The UNC Pembroke community was reminded at the annual Scholarship Recognition Dinner on November 15 that scholarships have the power to change lives and honor them as well.
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Planners of UNC Pembroke’s 4th Annual Honoring Native Foodways reached out to the university and surrounding community and found some good, healthy eats on November 15.
The event pays tribute to traditional and local Native American cuisine, much of it grown or gathered locally. Approximately 250 hungry diners enjoyed dishes like deer hash, sweet potato pudding, squash muffins and lots of collards that were prepared in five or six different ways.
UNC Pembroke marked Veterans Day on October 12 with events that lasted nearly all day, beginning with a roll call of the soldiers who died in the 11-year-old global war on terror.
The UNCP community turned out to honor veterans and active duty soldiers for different reasons. History Professor Annika Culver took a turn reading the roll just after 8 a.m.
Too often an overlooked superpower, Japan’s image needs a revival, according to scholars like UNC Pembroke’s Dr. Annika Culver.
If 1962 was a watershed year for Pembroke State College, the year had a larger significance for the class of 1962, which held its 50th reunion on October 25 at what is now The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
During homecoming week, the class served as grand marshals of the Homecoming Parade and engaged with concerts and athletic contests. At the reunion, the class shared stories of college and of their lives. And, they launched an endowed scholarship so that others may have the