October 20, 2020
Ashli Rayam, Contributor and Sara Fox, Campus Life Editor
Signage in UNCP's Writing Center to instruct students on how to sign up for tutoring services. Submitted Image/Dr. Elise Dixon.
Like all offices on campus, the University Writing Center had to make changes in procedures and working conditions because of the coronavirus...
October 16, 2020
Zachary C. Young, Editor-in-Chief
Dr. Loury Floyd standing in front of the School of Education on UNCP's campus. PN Photo/Zachary C. Young
Loury Ollison Floyd, Ph.D., is the newly appointed dean of the School of Education at UNCP. Floyd hopes the department will develop graduates who are change agents,...
October 13, 2020
LaRuth Anderson, Social Media Manager
Samantha DeBusk, Junior, hitting a tee shot during the 2019-2020 season. PhotoMark Debusk
The coach and players are essential components of a team. Without either, you are left with just the equipment. With COVID-19 taking a toll on UNCP Athletics revenue, the wome...
October 7, 2020
Carson W. D. von Taborsky, Sports Editor
Kalen Eddings in front of Emerge Sports Logo. PN Photo/Carson Von Taborsky
Former UNCP student and basketball coaching staff member, Kalen Eddings, made his debut as the owner of the basketball training facility, Emerge Sports, through a coaching clinic on Saturday, Sep...
October 6, 2020
Alyssa Hernandez, Staff Writer
Artwork for the children's music series, Adventures with Arthur. Photo/Sarah Busman.
Flute teacher Sarah Busman and her husband, Dr. Joshua Busman, have partnered with the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra to produce a music series using videos to teach children about mus...
October 2, 2020
Lakota Craft, Contributor
Academic Calendar for the 2020 Winter Session. Photo/UNCP Website.
UNCP is now offering four-week classes that will be made available this December. Previously, the school only offered courses during fall, spring and summer.
During the pandemic UNCP students have been ab...
September 22, 2020
Ben Bahr, Ph.D., with one of his several UNCP student researchers that have received or are working towards their doctoral degree. Student photoed with Bahr is Joanna Cooper, Ph.D. Photo/Ben Bahr.
Ben Bahr, Ph.D., a professor of microbiology and biochemistry, recen...
Button designed by the Office for Community and Civic Engagement to promote voter registration on campus. Photo/Dalton Hoffer
Sept. 22 is National Voter Registration Day, a non-partisan civic holiday dedicated to celebrating democracy. Every fourth Tuesday in Sept...
Andrew Thrift, Staff Writer
Image of the food provided to William Mimy while in quarantine. Photo/William Mimy.
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke has developed a plan for its COVID-19 positive students. Students who test positive for the virus are required to quarantine for two weeks. D...
September 19, 2020
Victoria Brousseau, Managing Editor
Chenoa Chavis, a Junior at UNCP volunteered at the CARE Resource Center to help fill care packages to be delivered to students in quarantine and isolation. PN Photo/Victoria Brousseau.
The CARE Resource Center has been helping to provide UNCP studen...
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October 8, 2020
Emerge Sports Takes on Pembroke
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