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WPU to Host Largest Open House of Year, Saturday, March 19, 2016

William Peace University is expected to host its largest Open House event of the academic year on Saturday, March 19, 2016. More than 150 prospective students, their friends, and family members are expected to tour campus, meet WPU faculty and …

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#PeopleOfPeace: Justin Johnson, Creating Worlds as a Game Designer and Professor

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#PeopleOfPeace: Justin Johnson, Creating Worlds as a Game Designer and Professor

It’s not just fun and games for Justin Johnson, Assistant Professor of Simulation and Game Design (SGD) at WPU, who seems to be immersed in a real-life Role Playing Game, or RPG for true gamers. For every talent that Johnson …

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William Peace University Brings Vonnegut’s Version of “The Soldier’s Tale” To the Stage in Partnership with the North Carolina Symphony

William Peace University’s Manning Music Series, a collaboration between the University and the North Carolina Symphony, presents Igor Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale as re-worked by Kurt Vonnegut. The concert will be preceded by a discussion of the work by Dr. …

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Raleigh Continues Trend of National Rankings; Listed as No. 4 Best Place to Live in United States

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Raleigh Continues Trend of National Rankings; Listed as No. 4 Best Place to Live in United States

Raleigh, which WPU proudly calls home, has been awarded another top ranking by another top publication – this time, the City of Oaks is officially the No. 4 ”Best Place to Live in the United States” according to U.S. News & World …

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Campus Officials Spread Awareness of #WPUSafeSpringBreak

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Campus Officials Spread Awareness of #WPUSafeSpringBreak

“Spring break is coming up and kids look forward to partying and going to see their friends from other schools.” That quote sums up what many students from across the country plan to do over the next 7-9 days, according …

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WPU Opens "The Stable" With Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

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WPU Officially Opens “The Stable” on Campus With Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

WPU Athletics has knocked it out of the park once again – this time with a year-round, on-campus training facility for University baseball and softball players known as “The Stable.” The 4,000 square-foot facility was officially dedicated late last month …

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WPU Hosts National Softball Tournament This Weekend: 2016 Grand Slam Triangle Classic

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WPU Hosts National Softball Tournament This Weekend: 2016 Grand Slam Triangle Classic

William Peace University is set to host the 10th annual Grand Slam Triangle Classic this Saturday, February 27 and Sunday, February 28, at USA Baseball in Cary. The tournament features five teams ranked in the national top 20 from all parts …

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Former WPU Valedictorian, Michael Wolf '15, Enjoying New Career as Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Emory & Henry College

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Former WPU Valedictorian, Michael Wolf ’15, Enjoying New Career as Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at Emory & Henry College

You may not think a student with a 4.0 cumulative grade point average would want to be a basketball coach, but recent William Peace University graduate and Valedictorian Michael Wolf always knew that’s what he wanted to do. “Since I was a kid, …

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#PeopleOfPeace: Catching Up with Coach Dobbins

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#PeopleOfPeace: Catching Up with Coach Dobbins

William Peace university Head Softball Coach Charlie Dobbins has been a staple in the WPU Athletics Department. Leading the lady Pacers for nearly 20 years, he’s experienced the ups and downs of a program. After coming up a few outs …

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#PrepareAtPeace: A Day In The Life Of A Student Teacher

CARY, NC – Penny Road Elementary at 8:00 a.m. is abuzz with activity as teachers and school officials scurry about, readying for the day — it is the calm before the storm. Down a long, bright hallway, student teacher Paige …

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