Students report being ‘grabbed’ by man in clown costume late at night near library

By Ka’Deem Wynn Staff writer A man dressed as a clown allegedly harassed and tried to grab two female Campbell students as they left Wiggins Memorial Library late at night this week, the Harnett County Sheriff’s Office and University reported Wednesday. The students have been identified by campus safety and the Sheriff’s Office, but names […]

Campbell football falls 31-14 to Presbyterian College in game three of 2016 season

By: Ka’deem Wynn Staff Writer Campbell quarterback Elijah Burress going to the ground at home in Barker-Lane Stadium. (Photo by Will Bratton) BUIES CREEK, N.C. ─  The Campbell Football team fell short in the second home game of the season against  Presbyterian College 31-14. The game was the sixth-largest crowd in Barker-Lane Stadium history. Darrell […]

A close look at Jones Hall renovations

By Diane Ford Staff Writer In typical Campbell fashion, main campus was a construction site throughout the summer.  Though much of the focus was on the new addition of the tunnel under U.S. Highway 421, another transformation was happening in one North Campus residence hall. Jones Hall, often avoided during spring housing sign-ups, has received […]

Pedestrian tunnel Campbell’s latest addition

By Ka’Deem Wynn Staff Writer Last fall, Campbell commenced the building of a tunnel for pedestrians crossing US Highway 421 to safely travel to and from the main campus, Barker-Lane Stadium and the apartments nearby. Students and faculty previously had to cross the four-lane highway in order to access the other side. Often busy with […]

Pokemon Go: Nostalgic fun or a distraction?

By Amy Flickinger Staff Writer It’s been out for a few months now, but we’re still talking about Pokémon Go. For those of us who loved the animé shows or played the Gameboy games as kids, this game has us hooked. Now, “catching ’em all” no longer means getting a new pack of cards or […]

Opinion | We want all-night dining options

The Campbell Times The food options at Campbell have gotten better in recent years — Moe’s replaced Quizno’s, Chick-fil-A is going full service, Starbucks is here and the newest edition Greens-To-Go is a welcome change. But when the sun goes down, those options go away. We’re students, which means we’re up late, hopefully studying. We […]

COLUMN: Yes, your Instagram photos are important

By Rachel Davis Assistant Editor If the traffic on Labor Day weekend was any indication, everyone and their second cousin trekked to the beach, myself included. However, unlike most, my trip was not strictly a vacation. My family went to help my grandmother pack up her house in Myrtle Beach, so that she can move […]

COLUMN: HB2 — Good or bad for North Carolina?

By Omar Hourani Assistant Editor Conservatives argue that regulations that ban guns do not stop criminals, but, instead, leave law-abiding citizens defenseless — while criminals get the guns illegally. It is ironic then that conservatives passed House Bill 2 (HB2), thinking it would stop people with bad intentions from entering opposite-sex bathrooms. In fact, just […]

5 Questions with Professor Bowman (comm studies)

By Carolyn Newsome Staff Writer Professor Brian Bowman is the newest addition to the Campbell University Department of Communication Studies. Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, he spent his college career as a Campbell Camel, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication. Additionally, Bowman holds a Master of Arts degree in technology and […]

Meet the new dean of the School of Business

By Abigail Pore Staf Writer This summer, Campbell welcomed Kevin O’Mara as the new dean of the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. Recently, The Campbell Times met up with him to discuss his experience so far at Campbell. Q: What influenced your decision to come to Campbell? A: “At previous schools, the part my of career […]