After a terror attack on London that claimed five lives, President Trump offered “the full support of the U.S. government” in the investigation and finding those responsible, according to Press Secretary Sean Spicer in a press briefing. 


The victims that...

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Walking through the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Glory Road, it’s clear there is no comparison when it comes to safety features on today’s Monster Energy Cup cars with earlier models of its predecessors. 


There’s no comparison because the f...

UNCP’s Kappa Delta Epsilon Zeta chapter put on an all-you-can-eat pancake dinner for the benefit of PCAA (Prevent Child Abuse America) at Berea Baptist Church on March 25th. 


The Kappa Deltas raised over $3,000 dollars for the organization through the even...

Brooms, trash cans, matchboxes, lighters, newspapers and other items created beats that got the audience moving. STOMP is a musical group that creates musical genius through unconventional items combined with dance moves and creative comedy routines. 



March 31, 2017

Housing and Residence Life hosted an event on campus that focused on the major violations of the university’s academic policy.


The event, called “Jailbait,” caught the attention of bystanders walking by in the UC in the early Wednesday evening. 


The didgeridoo is a wind instrument made by the indigenous people of what country? 


According to International Trivia Night host Nami Montgomery, the answer is Australia.  


UNCP International Programs hosted an international trivia night on...

President Donald Trump didn’t pull any punches when addressing the Affordable Care Act during his final campaign speech in November of 2016.


“Real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing the disaster known as Obamacare,” Trump said. 


The UNCP Baseball team capitalized on strong performances from freshman shortstop Jarratt Mobley to best North Georgia, the top-ranked team in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Top 25, in a three-game series on March 24. 


Mobley earned Peach Belt Conferen...

The UNCP Faculty Senate discussed the search for a new provost during their monthly meeting on March 1. 


Dr. Richard Vela, the chair of the provost search committee, gave an update on the process, which is set to conclude in April. 


Vela ann...

Budget and organizational funding issues were at the center of discussions throughout the weekly UNCP Student Government Associate Senate Meeting on March 1.


Treasurer Michael Baker opened the meeting with a presentation stating that the Student Government...

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