Quotes of the week

<p>“Our region’s low vaccination rates and the recent surge in COVID-19 patients have forced us to adjust our visitor requirements.”</p>
                                <p>— Patrick Ebri, UNC Health Southeastern vice president and chief engagement officer, speaking about visitation policy changes that take effect Tuesday.</p>

“Our region’s low vaccination rates and the recent surge in COVID-19 patients have forced us to adjust our visitor requirements.”

— Patrick Ebri, UNC Health Southeastern vice president and chief engagement officer, speaking about visitation policy changes that take effect Tuesday.

<p>“This is a long time coming and we’re just so excited that it’s gotten off the ground and has gained some momentum.”</p>
                                <p>— Melissa Singler, Robeson Community College president, speaking about the college’s plan to establish a Veterans Center.</p>

“This is a long time coming and we’re just so excited that it’s gotten off the ground and has gained some momentum.”

— Melissa Singler, Robeson Community College president, speaking about the college’s plan to establish a Veterans Center.

<p>“UNCP’s reputation for offering a high-quality education at an affordable price has positioned us to continue our growth for the fourth consecutive year.”</p>
                                <p>— Robin Gary Cummings, chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, speaking about the campus seeing student enrollment hit an all-time high, again.</p>

“UNCP’s reputation for offering a high-quality education at an affordable price has positioned us to continue our growth for the fourth consecutive year.”

— Robin Gary Cummings, chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, speaking about the campus seeing student enrollment hit an all-time high, again.

<p>“On any board you’re going to have some division but I think that it was just concerns and I hope to alleviate those concerns at our next Finance meeting.”</p>
                                <p>— Pam Hunt, chair of the Lumbee Tribal Council’s Finance Committee, speaking about concerns related to the tribe’s $26.7 million budget that was approved Thursday.</p>

“On any board you’re going to have some division but I think that it was just concerns and I hope to alleviate those concerns at our next Finance meeting.”

— Pam Hunt, chair of the Lumbee Tribal Council’s Finance Committee, speaking about concerns related to the tribe’s $26.7 million budget that was approved Thursday.

“Our region’s low vaccination rates and the recent surge in COVID-19 patients have forced us to adjust our visitor requirements.”

— Patrick Ebri, UNC Health Southeastern vice president and chief engagement officer, speaking about visitation policy changes that take effect Tuesday.

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“This is a long time coming and we’re just so excited that it’s gotten off the ground and has gained some momentum.”

— Melissa Singler, Robeson Community College president, speaking about the college’s plan to establish a Veterans Center.

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“UNCP’s reputation for offering a high-quality education at an affordable price has positioned us to continue our growth for the fourth consecutive year.”

— Robin Gary Cummings, chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, speaking about the campus seeing student enrollment hit an all-time high, again.

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“On any board you’re going to have some division but I think that it was just concerns and I hope to alleviate those concerns at our next Finance meeting.”

— Pam Hunt, chair of the Lumbee Tribal Council’s Finance Committee, speaking about concerns related to the tribe’s $26.7 million budget that was approved Thursday.