The university’s School of Education received a $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of
Education to promote the growth of American Indian administrators across the state.


According to a university press release, the focus of the grant is “to address the shortag...

The office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) here at UNCP focuses on promoting an environment that is inclusive, respectful, and diverse.  

This can help students prepare for a future in a very diverse and multicultural society, workforce, etc.

The director of ODI, Dr. Ro...

The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra serenaded the audience with pieces such as those featured in Disney classics, on Oct. 6 in GPAC. PN Photo/Madison Long

Families, students, and faculty filled the auditorium, on October 6th  at 8pm, for a night of graceful music perfor...

In an effort to attract international students and globalize UNCP, the Office for International Programs Office changed its name to the Office of Global Engagement.

The International Programs Office at UNCP plays multiple roles.

It is responsible for handling and proces...

The UNCP Residence Hall Association hosted their first “Wild N’ Out: College Edition” April 10 in the UC Lounge at 6 p.m.

RHA members helped check-in and serve snacks to the audience 15 minutes after the doors opened. The UC Lounge was full of students, faculty and sta...

The African Student Organization hosted African Night in Moore Hall, with a Pageant sponsored by the SGA.

Blessed to Impress was the emcee for the night. Doors opened at 6:30 p.m. and the event started at 7 p.m. It was a full house with people from on and off campus. On...

Spectrum’s annual drag show proved popular when students filled every seat provided leaving only standing room in the UC Lounge on April 4 at 7 p.m.

Five queens came to UNCP, some travelling up to three hours, to perform lip syncing and entertain the attendees with hig...

Senator Richard Burr is set to speak at commencement for the graduating class of Spring 2018. According to the Charlotte Observer, the National Rifle Association and similar groups have “spent nearly $7 million on behalf of Burr.”

About $5.6 million is also included as...

The Office for Diversity and Inclusion and the Department of Political Science and Public Administration co-sponsored a formal debate about U.S. gun control on April 5 entitled Gun Control: A Civil Discussion on a Loaded Topic.

The debate was held on the second floor of...

The Braves Buddies initiative was created and launched in the fall of 2015, when the former Senior Woman Administrator was responsible for the coordination of all the university’s athletic teams.

After she left the institution, Megan Sanger inherited the responsibility...

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