Jasmine Poe popped her arm against the wooden stand as she greets six to eight members of Beauty of New Beginnings (BNB) with a hand wave. Her nails glistened with rhinestones on every other finger. With her other hand she reached into her bag to retrieve her iPhone an...

The Friends of the Library hosted their version of a comic-con in the Mary Livermore Library.

     Dr. Robert Canida, the director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, said the Friends of the Library’s program committee wanted to promote their vision of the event...

The third annual #BraveNation Powwow and Gathering (BNPG) was held in the gym of the English E. Jones Health and Physical Education Center on March 23.

     The powwow included drum contests, Adult and Teen Women and Men’s Northern and Southern Traditional, Adult and T...

The university’s annual Student Government Association elections have been taking place on campus over the past few weeks, and the spring 2019 results are officially in.

     Applications for the positions of president and vice president as well as senators for the 201...

The UNCP Pageant had finalists from third runner-up, to second runner-up, first runner-up and Miss UNCP.

     The third runner-up will receive a $250 scholarship, the second runner-up will receive a $500 scholarship, the first runner-up will receive a $750 scholarship...

Q) What is the seating capacity of the GPAC? 

A) 1,600 

Q) How are the acts for the GPAC chosen? 

A) It starts with first finding out what is available. People tend to think it's as easy as picking and choosing what you want, and there you go. It's more to it than th...

Pulitzer finalist of the “Post and Courier” Tony Bartelme spoke about his book, “A Surgeon in the Village: An American Doctor Teaches Brain Surgery in African” in Dial.

     Bartelme was invited by the English Department to talk about his nonfiction story of the shortag...

Last year, the Student Government Association passed a proposal that was intended to evaluate UNCP’s parking issues and how students engage in transportation around campus.

     The ‘Alternative Campus Transportation Act’ called for numerous changes to the ways student...

The seminar was led by Saundra Y. Guire, a retired professor at Louisiana State University and author.

     According the LSU webpage, she has won numerous awards of achievement, including a recent one in 2017, the “American Chemical Society Award for Encouraging Disad...

Will Harris and Friends performed at Moore Hall Auditorium on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m., after an invite from Dr. Robert Canida, director of the Office for Diversity and Inclusion (ODI).

     Harris is a native from Oxford, Miss. and a renowned musician and singer. He came to...

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