On Nov. 13, the offices of Global Engagement and Campus Engagement and Leadership hosted a British movie night in Old Main, room 238 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. In addition, British snacks were also provided for students to enjoy. The movie feature for the evening was Attack the Block. Attack the Block is a 2011 British science fiction comedy horror film, written and directed by Joe Cornish starring John Boyega, Nick Frost, Jodie Whittaker and Luke Treadaway. The film centers on
On Saturday, Nov. 3, dancers dressed out in American Indian regalia kickstarted the
celebration of American Indian Heritage Day just before UNCP faced off against Mars Hill
at 1 p.m. PN Photo/Trevon Knight In honor of the founders of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, as well as the importance of the rich cultural ties that the university has to American Indians, UNC Pembroke will hold a month long celebration of American Indian heritage (AIH). According to Lawre
Pembroke Activities Council (PAC) hosted a Halloween event in Mary Livermore Library on Oct. 29 from 7-9 p.m. Students crafted pumpkins and skulls on the bottom floor and enjoyed the experience of an escape room on the top floor. PAC also provided candy to satisfy students’ sweet tooth craving. The library was decorated with cobwebs and orange lights in the festive spirit of Halloween. “I’m a big fan of Halloween time and was really excited attending the haunted Livermore lib
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and the Career Center joined together to make a program to help improve student’s ability to succeed during interviews of any job or career choice. During the event, students exercised to practice situations that may happen during an actual interview.
They helped students learn ways to sharpen their interview skills so that they have a better experience and better chance at getting that job or getting involved with a company or organization. Direct
Students gathered in the UC Lounge on Oct. 10, for an open mic night, hosted by Phi Beta Sigma and Inkwell. Anyone was welcomed to sign up and share their creativity in front of the audience. The night allowed students to share their talents with peers, as some performed their writings and songs for the first time in front of anyone. “I thought it was really great how students were so confident in sharing their writings and songs in front of the audience,” said senior Morgan