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Original Japanese Prints Arrive at the A.D Gallery

Print of women found in the gallery. PN Photo/Alana Peterson By: Lydia Cooper & Alana Peterson Located in Locklear Hall, the art department gallery (A.D Gallery) will have original Japanese prints on display. The prints are all original with some dating back to 200 years ago. From Jan. 11-27, these prints will...

‘Forever Young’ Takes Audience Down Memory Lane

The friends singing the opening song. PN Photo/Abigail Chabala By: Abigail Chabala “Forever Young” delivers the audience a blast from the past, singing music by The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Queen, Johnny Cash, Billy Joel and more. The show started with a dark stage, then low lights revealed a group of friends hanging...

UNCP Brings Excitement to the Community with Annual Parade

Float for the office of the Chancellor. PN Photo/Jillian Shroyer By: Daria Parker Faculty Row located by UNCP was blocked off as students and members of the community waited for the decorative floats to pass through, to bring school spirit to the entirety of Pembroke. Floats were filled with athletes, student organizations,...

Braves Basketball Preps For New Season With Moonlight Madness

Women's Basketball gather around the restricted area to throw practice shots. PN Photo/Dai-shon Donald. By Dai-shon Donald, Reporter Kicking the night off was the three-point contest. The contest consisted of six players from the Men’s and Women’s roster. Participants from the Men’s roster were Javonte Waverly, K.J. Walker, and Bradlee Haskell....

Bringing the Chip back to Pembroke?

Braves are ready to start the season off strong as a team. PN Photo/Mahala Treish. By Sharonda Wyche After a seven-month hiatus, the UNC Pembroke Braves Women’s Basketball team is back and preparing for their upcoming season in an exhibition game against High Point at Quebin Center that is set for...