The Black and Gold dropped their final home contest of the 2018 season at Grace P. Johnson Stadium to the Eagles of Carson-Newman University in a mistake riddled 34-13 defeat that lead to the final box score not reflecting how closely contested this game true was. Banged-up Offensive Line Performed Well:
Despite only dressing a handful off healthy offensive linemen and having all five starters up front be first year players, they preformed very admirably and were not to blam
Quarterback Josh Jones rolls out to the left to attempt a pass. PN Photo/Trevon Knight Once again multiple and ill-timed mistakes proved to be costly yet again in the Braves 34-13 loss to the Eagles of Carson Newman University on Nov. 10. The game was a tightly contested affair through three quarters before the visiting Eagles were able to pull away in the later half of the final quarter with a pair of late touchdowns. The game couldn’t have gotten off to a better start for t
Sophomore guard Tyrell Kirk dribbles the ball for the Braves. Kirk tied for third on the team with 10 points in the Braves’ loss to Barton on Nov. 16. PN file photo/Trevon Knight The UNCP men’s basketball team made their way to Mount Olive, N.C. to take part in the 53rd annual Pickle Classic at the Kornegay Arena on Nov. 16 and 17. After an early shock that resulted in a late scoring drought in the first game of the classic against Barton, the Braves bounced back in with a co
UNCP head football coach Shane Richardson leads the Braves through the tunnel and out onto the field before their game. The Braves finished the 2018 season 2-8 after the Nov. 17 23-20 loss to Catawba. PN file photo/Trevon Knight The Braves led a comeback drive in regulation to tie the game and missed two chances to score in overtime in their heartbreaking, season-ending 23-30 loss to Catawba on Nov. 17. Josh Jones continued to shine in this game, capping off his stellar fresh
According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center over 90 percent of people sexually assaulted or raped on a college campus do not report. To help combat these numbers, the Title IX (9) office on campus offers a variety of services for students. According to the ACLU, under Title IX, discrimination based on sex can include sexual harassment, rape and sexual assault. Among other rights, a school becomes legally responsible when the school’s response to harassment “is c
Saturday December 1, 2018 Cake Cutting for Founder’s Day 12 - 2 p.m., UC Patio. Students can come and play new games from different parts of the world. Sunday December 2, 2018
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical 4 - 6 p.m., GPAC.
Come out to see Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer the musical. Thursday December 6, 2018 Holiday in the Garden 4:30 - 5:30 p.m., Campus Garden at PineCottage. The Biology Department is giving students a chance to enjoy a break from the stress.
Sophomore Tyrone Young can recall a time where he weighed the pros and cons of being a student athlete. “After a game on a Saturday night, it’s almost 10:00 and the cafe is closed,” the football player said, remembering the times he had no food in his dorm. “I would have to ask my relatives to send me money to get something to eat.” Hungry nights in the dorm are a harsh reality that is common for many college athletes. Due to regulations set by the National Collegiate Athleti
It’s Tuesday morning around 9:30 am, in the Residence Hall Association (RHA) Office in Belk Hall, cold as usual. Inside the office is Octavia Johnson, the media and marketing chair for RHA, sitting at the leather computer desk on her laptop, typing at a rapid speed. With keys clicking on her keyboard and a focused face, she is in the zone. Soon 30 minutes pass and she is packing up to go to class, feeling upbeat and ready to take on the rest of the day. “I’ve been in the offi
This morning, Campus Police and Public Safety issued an email alerting students to move their cars to higher ground. Due to the impending projected amounts of high rainfall in the area over the next few days, Campus Police and Public Safety is urging students to be aware and to move their vehicles to higher ground in preparation of flooding. Additionally, a map detailing possible flood areas on campus was dispersed to students by email this morning. For more information on ca
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