Their research topics varied from zombies to hard science, but the one thing the student-researchers had in common is passion for their work.
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UNC Pembroke creative writing professor Jennifer Key’s newest book of poetry was recently published. Her second chapbook of poetry, “Ghosts to Whom We Call,” was published by Astounding Beauty Ruffian Press after winning its annual poetry award and $10,000.
UNCP student and Pembroke native, Layla Locklear had a big year, winning one of the state’s top awards for civic engagement and then winning the title of Miss Indian North Carolina.
The twin passions of the newest recipient of the Community Impact Student Award are her
“Brave in service; brave in heart,” said Aubrey Swett, director of UNC Pembroke’s Veteran Education and Transition Program, during the Student Service Recognition program on May 3.
The graduating veterans, wearing honor chords, with Chancellor Carter (far