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
Many academic and exchange students who were on the edge of withdrawal from their classes at UNCP, received their immunization for Hepatitis B on Wednesday, Sep. 26. Many international students were unable to provide full records of their immunizations to students health services center, because they had not previously taken the shots, and didn’t have them. According to state law of North Carolina, every international student, studying in the any institute of NC must have the
Wednesday, Oct. 17, Jodi Phelps visited students enrolled in Crisis Communication to share her experiences in Public Relations Crises. (PN Photo/ Jessica Horne) On Wednesday, Oct. 17, Jodi Phelps, executive director of university communications and marketing, shared her experiences with natural disaster crises, such as Hurricane Matthew, Florence and Michael with Dr. Emilia Bak's Crisis Communications class. Phelps encouraged students to "communicate clearly with compassion,"
Josh Sheridan carries the ball through the Wingate defense. Sheridan had UNCP’s only score in the game. PN Photo/Trevon Knight After being shutout for the first time in just over a decade, the UNCP football team looked to bounce back from the underwhelming performance against the Bulldogs of Wingate University at home in Grace P. Johnson Stadium on Oct. 6. Instead, they again fell flat in front of the home crowd for a second consecutive week and while they were not shutout, t
The Braves set up defensively in their 2-0 win over Clayton State. The win was UNCP’s first conference victory of the season.PN Photo/Trevon Knight Coming off of a very one-sided loss at third-ranked Columbus State, the women’s soccer team bounced back at home and scored their first Peach Belt Conference win of the season, beating Clayton State 2-0. The Braves came out with a sense of urgency in the game, fresh off the Columbus State loss and also having recently lost to Flag
The UNCP volleyball team headed to the Tullis Arena in Orangeburg, S.C. to take on the Panthers of Claflin University on Oct. 2. Their 3-0 win marked the first time this season in which the Braves have secured consecutive victories. The Braves got eight service aces and four blocks on the night to improve to 5-0 all-time against the Panthers. In the first set Claflin started out hot with an 8-2 run, then an error by the Braves helped the Panthers get a 19-13 advantage. The Bl
While the UNCP football’s team first game back in action in nearly a month didn’t go as planned in terms of the putting points on the board, there were still some not worthy performances that deserve recognition. Defensive Line Applied Constant Pressure: The defensive line was disruptive throughout the night and especially in the first quarter.
Not only were they getting great penetration into the backfield to free up their linebackers to make tackles near the line of scrimm
Pembroke Police Booking Photo UNC-Pembroke police arrested a man for assault at the beginning of this month for repeatedly touching a woman’s foot in a computer lab. On Monday, Oct. 1, a female student reported that she was assaulted by male student on campus days prior to her report. The report states that the woman was studying in the computer lab, when Christopher J. Deas, 42, approached the woman, went under the table and repeatedly touched the victim’s feet. After the in
American Indian actor, Martin Sensmeir made an appearance in the Distinguished Speakers Series at Givens Performing Arts Center on Sep. 27, 2018. PN Photo/ Ro-Shonda King The Distinguished Speaker Series, presented by the Office of Campus Engagement and Leadership (CEL) and Givens Performing Arts Center (GPAC), returned this academic year with four guest speakers. On Sep. 27, American Indian actor and activist Martin Sensmeier started the 2018-2019 series. Sensmeier is an Ala