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July 6, 2017 |

Robin CrumpRobin Crump’s pursuit of a postgraduate degree at UNC Pembroke was met with hardship and adversity.

Her business courses were a breeze.

It was a string of personal tragedies that proved to be Crump’s toughest test. She earned her Master of Business Administration degree in December 2016.

June 30, 2017 |

A retired Air Force brigadier general and an expert in military satellite communications have been appointed to the board of trustees at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

Allen Jamerson, a two-time UNCP graduate, and Mary Ann Elliott, a Lumberton native, are the newest members of the board of trustees. Trustees Wiley Barrett, Don Metzger and James “Jim” Jones were all reappointed for an additional term. Dajer Fernandez, the 2017-2018 student body president, will also hold a

June 30, 2017 |

A Pembroke couple is honoring their mothers through separate endowed nursing scholarships at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

The mothers of Jeff and Susan Maynor spent their lives caring for others. Susan’s mother, Margaret Connell, worked as nurse for 42 years, crisscrossing the country with her military husband.

June 28, 2017 |

UNC Pembroke recently recognized its professors and lectures during the annual Faculty Appreciation and Awards Banquet.

Faculty were applauded for their role in the advancement of higher education and dedicating their time and talents to students and scholarship.

A former cardiothoracic surgeon, Chancellor Robin Gary Cummings lauded the faculty as the “heartbeat” of the institution.

June 16, 2017 |

Check out the "Strike at the Wind" video promo here!

Matthew Jacobs is a veteran of the stage.

He has performed in dozens of plays and productions, but none bigger than his next role as Henry Berry Lowrie in the resurrected production of “Strike at the Wind!"

Jacobs, a Lumbee and Pembroke native, understands the historical significance of “Strike at the Wind!” which has been a treasured part of Lumbee culture for

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