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RALEIGH — The General Assembly is set to add new members to the University of North Carolina System Board of Governors.

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RALEIGH — Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson announced Tuesday, March 16, the creation of a task force dedicated to giving “students, parents, and school faculty a voice to speak out about cases of bias, inappropriate materials, or indoctrination they see or experience in public schools.”

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HAMLET — After a competitive application process, Lauren Humann, a 13th-year at Richmond Early College High School, has been accepted into East Carolina University’s Honors College. She was also selected to be an EC Scholar for the class of 2025 — the most prestigious merit-based award at  the university. 

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PEMBROKE — Scotland County Schools Superintendent Takeda LeGrand has been elected chair of the School of Education Advisory Board at UNC Pembroke. 

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College is hosting a free event called "Funding Your Education without Risking It All" on March 24 from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Cole Auditorium. College leaders will go over the many options available at RichmondCC to pay for a college degree or career training.

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PEMBROKE — Shannon Hunt, a 2019 graduate of UNC Pembroke, is continuing her medical training in the Physician Assistant Studies Program at Pfeiffer University.  

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Friday, 12 March 2021 11:52

Student Leadership Series launches at UNCP

PEMBROKE — The Office of Campus Engagement and Leadership recently launched a leadership workshop series for students at UNC Pembroke. The series follows the promotion of Parker Watson as associate director for leadership education and the commitment to create leadership opportunities that are both meaningful and available to all students.

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HAMLET — Gretchen Martin is a homegrown teacher.

It’s for people like her why Richmond Community College and UNC Pembroke forged the schools’ latest agreement.

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HAMLET — Carolina Mendez, a junior at Richmond Early College High School, has been accepted into the 2021 session of Governor’s School of North Carolina at the East campus located at Meredith College in Raleigh. Mendez is the only student from Richmond County Schools who was  accepted this year.  

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ROCKINGHAM — National Beta members from Rockingham Middle School are celebrating their recent participation in the North Carolina Junior Division Virtual State  Convention. They were announced as winners of the following competitions:  

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