To support UNC Pembroke’s sustainability goals and offer an incentive to reduce the campus’ carbon footprint, owners of qualifying low-emission (LEV), fuel-efficient (FEV) and alternative-fuel vehicles will be allowed to park in two specially marked spaces near the entrance of some buildings on campus, according to UNCP’s Office of Sustainability.
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LITTLE ROCK, S.C. – A South Carolina historical marker was unveiled on June 21 to honor the Leland Grove School and the late James K. Braboy (UNCP Class of ’28, ’58).
The event, held in the Robeson County Farm Bureau Auditorium of the Regional Center, honors outstanding students, individuals, businesses and nonprofits. The Nonprofit of the Year Award was new this year. Next year, Business Visions will expand to honor the best of the entire region, said Regional Center Director Darek Hunt.
UNC Pembroke’s Literacy Commons unveiled its newest publication, “The River,” on May 1 at a dinner with the young contributing authors and artists who were drawn from the Public Schools of Robeson County.
UNC Pembroke honored its 41 graduating veterans on May 7 in an outdoor ceremony on the Quad. UNCP’s student veterans, their families and active duty service men and women have changed the student profile at the university, and everybody is benefitting.