".. if I was born for anything, it was to teach at Pembroke." -- Harold Teague, Chemistry professor
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More than quarter century ago, David Weinstein did not wait for an invitation to jump onto the UNC Pembroke bandwagon. He sent an invitation to the university, and it’s still good.
The children of Burleigh and Pearlie Lowry did their chores on the farm before Lycurous or one of his brothers drove the bus to school.
Long, a senior from Lincolnton, N.C., was awarded the university’s highest honor for campus and community engagement.
Curt Locklear Sr. was a remarkable man who grew up in a remarkable time. He could remember plowing on the family farm with oxen. When World War II and Uncle Sam called, he put down the plow and served his country overseas.