Swim succeeds in Senior Day meet

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor   Campbell Swim team defeated both UNCW and Mount St Mary’s on Saturday at the Johnson Aquatic Center. The Camels finish the regular season 7-5 with a dual win, 160-101 (UNCW) and 216-45 (Mount St. Mary’s). Sophomore Michelle Case dominated the leaderboards in the freestyle events. Case finished at 1:55.26 in […]

Online: Pre-SOMA club aims to bring Camp Kesem to Buies Creek

  By Christian Hornaday, Assistant Editor Since the end of November, the Campbell University pre-SOMA (Student Osteopathic Medical Association) club has been going through the necessary procedures to bring a Camp Kesem chapter to campus. Having entered the third stage of this process, they are currently battling with many other schools nationwide in hopes of […]

Highland Games to feature Scottish sports, turkey legs, free T-shirts

To highlight the Scottish heritage of the Campbell family, the Highland Games are coming to Buies Creek on Friday. From 2 to 4 p.m., students will have the chance to eat traditional Scottish food such as turkey legs and stew while competing in the Games, which will include modified versions of caber toss, tug-o-war, relay […]

Online only: When to drop that class

  By Katria Farmer, Online Editor On February 5th, 2016, you will have to answer the question college students have pondered for centuries: Should I drop that class? There are so many factors that contribute to your answer to this question, and it may prove relatively difficult to reach a suitable conclusion. For your sake, […]

Online only: The danger of using the terror watch list for gun control

By Austen Brennan, Staff Writer The latest and greatest proposal to come from gun control supporters is one that on the surface seems extremely innocuous and even commonsensical: they want to bar people on the Consolidated Terror Watchlist and/or No-Fly List from being able to purchase firearms.  Admittedly, when I first heard of the plan, […]

Celebrating the past with Founders Week

By Dylan Blackburn Staff Writer A week of celebration and activities to commemorate Campbell University’s founding begins on Feb. 1. The event is the work of several campus groups, including CAB, the Office of First Year Experience, Admissions, and Advancement. It provides a way “for students to learn and understand who built this college from […]

Counseling services — A helping hand for Campbell students

By Kaitlyn Dixon Staff Writer Campbell University provides undergraduate students who are currently enrolled with full time hours the ability to see a licensed counselor for personal, developmental and/or psychological concerns related to their academic progress and/or their personal growth. Counseling services are free of charge and are 100-percent confidential. Counseling is short-term, but it […]

Tobacco House: Controversial business opens in Buies Creek

By Richard Williams Staff Writer Garnering much attention with the new semester is Tobacco House, located adjacent to Campbell University’s main undergraduate campus. Tobacco House is a new establishment centrally located in Campus Square.  Although the tobacco shop is new to Campbell, it isn’t something new to John Malik, owner and operator, who has years […]

Editorial: Resolutions — can you keep them?

By Rachel Rock & Christian Hornaday Editor-in-Chief and Assistant Editor The New Year always seems to present a chance for a new start and personal growth. People spend the last few days of December mapping out their flaws and the things about themselves they wish to change and then researching different methods of achieving these […]

Column: Justin Bieber — Everyone just stop the hate

By Dylan Lord Staff Writer Universally loved and hated by millions, Justin Bieber has every love-struck teenage girl begging to marry him and every guy with an ounce of testosterone in his body wanting to kill him. Despite being a guy, I never really bought into the whole “sheep-hate” phenomenon surrounding Justin, and after years […]