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Seven contestants will compete for the title of Miss UNC Pembroke on Thursday, January 28, at 7 p.m. in the Givens Performing Arts Center.

All classes for Friday 1.22.16, are canceled for UNC Pembroke. The university remains open under the Adverse Weather Policy, Condition 1.

From gold mining in Cabarrus County to freedom seekers joining a U.S. Navy Civil War blockade, Black History Month celebrations from the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (NCDNCR) will reflect the wide array of experiences of African-Americans in the state and nation. Governor McCrory announced today the lineup of programs that honor the 2016 Black History Month theme, “Hallowed Ground: African-American Memories.”

Professor Robert O. Schneider, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, has just published a new book on a “hot” topic.

UNC Pembroke’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. week begins Monday, January 18, with the MLK Day of Service Challenge and wraps up on Friday, January 22 with a showing and discussion of the film Higher Learning.

UNCP is pleased to announce that we have become a member of Plug-in NC, a state-wide program to recognize locations that are supporting electric vehicles.