SGA meets, passes ten resolutions

By Rachel Davis Campbell University’s Student Government Association held their third meeting of the year on Thursday night at 7:30 PM, where they discussed various proposals they wished to bring to the campus, and improvements they felt could benefit the student body. The meeting took place in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business Auditorium, with about […]

Bacon day a success for CAB

Rachel Davis, Staff Writer Despite a damp and rainy day, Campbell University students braved the cold winds to participate in bacon day at the Rumley center. Some students lined the outside of the building as early as an hour and a half beforehand, umbrellas in hand, in order to be the first to dine on […]

Heino competes in wrestling world championship

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor Campbell’s own junior wrestler Ville Heino was selected for and competed at the Wrestling World Championships, representing his home country of Finland, in Las Vegas on Sept. 11. In the first round, the qualification round, Heino defeated Armenian wrestler Musa Murtazaliev, 3-2. That win sent him to Round 2, where he […]

Bradley Farias brings early success to 2015

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor For the second week in a row, Bradley Farias was named the Choice Hotel’s Big South Attacking Player of the Week. Both on Sept. 14 and Sept. 21, the Indiantown, Fla., native received the honor after his top performances. Farias also was named to the College Soccer News and Top Drawer […]

Men’s tennis has high hopes for the season

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer For the past two seasons, the Campbell men’s tennis team has finished at the top of the Big South Conference rankings. This season, the goal is to win a conference championship. “It’s great to make it to the finals,” said Head Coach David Johnson. “However, our goal this year is to […]

How to: Get your roommate to leave (for a few hours)

By Katria Farmer, Online Editor So, you’ve finally gotten over the warm fuzzies a new roommate brings, and you realize something: they never leave. It’s not like they’re a raving lunatic or anything. They do have classes. Yet, somehow it seems they are always in the room. Now, let’s be honest. Having a roommate is unnatural. […]

Introducing the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus

  By Katlyn Clark, Features Editor News broke out at the recent Apple Event about the new iPhone that came out last Friday, Sept. 25th. It is the iPhone 6S, which also comes in a plus. The newest iPhone has added features that are sure to impress iPhone users. One of the features is the 3D […]

Get ready to re-live your childhood

By Katlyn Clark, Features Editor Let’s be honest, there are times when you wish you could watch the cartoons that you grew up watching as a kid. Many people often talk about how the cartoons that are on TV nowadays are not as good as those of the past. Nickelodeon is welcoming “The Splat,” a channel […]

Why a young Muslim was arrested for bringing a clock to school

By Omar Hourani, Staff Writer Recently, a 14-year old Muslim, Ahmed Mohamed, was arrested for bringing a homemade digital clock to his high-school in Irving, Texas. Before crying out “racism” and “Islamophobia,” let’s look at the facts: Ahmed brought his clock to his engineering class; later, his English teacher got alarmed (thinking it was a bomb), […]

Carly Fiorina shines in second debate

By Gabriel Johnson, Staff Writer It was a slim chance that she would be admitted into the CNN-hosted Republican Presidential Primary Debate, but Carly Fiorina—an underdog by all standards—emerged triumphant. Initially trailing in the polls, Fiorina has surged into the top tier, surpassing candidates who were previously considered frontrunners. Even the conservative favorite, Scott Walker, governor […]