Senior Spotlight: From Buies Creek to the Big Apple

By Katlyn Clark, Life Editor Senior theatre major Lori Minor is about to head to the city that never sleeps. Minor grew up in the Campbell community and was able to pursue her passion for acting. “I’ve always been interested in singing. When I was in elementary school I was given the opportunity to audition for […]

Theatre department presents “This Body the Earth”

  By Taylor Mckaig , Staff Writer  Director Bert Wallace brings an adaptation of Paul Green’s novel, “This Body the Earth,” front and center to CU’s stage in the theatre department’s annual spring production. Wallace decided to write a stage production of the novel because it hit very close to home. That’s right, the story is […]

Football player is named first ever Mr. Campbell

By Sierra Fox , Staff Writer  Campbell student and Miss Princess of North Carolina Meagan Shaffer hosted the first ever Mr. Campbell pageant on April 15 at 7 p.m. in Turner Auditorium. Knox Gibson, Parker Gallagher, Ian McAlister, Geoffrey Leins and Laurin O’Briant were all participants. Ian McAlister was runner-up and the first-ever Mr. Campbell was […]

Camels strive for greatness this summer

By Christopher West, Staff Writer Although the summer has yet to begin, it is already off to a busy start for some of Campbell’s students. Many students have traded in beach chairs and sand between their toes for office chairs far, far away from any shoreline. Sierra Fox, for instance, has gone from picking up ground […]

Q&A with Knox Gibson and Nathan Arp

By Sierra Fox, Staff Writer Knox Gibson will be serving as the student body president for the Student Government Association for the 2016–2017 academic year. Nathan Arp will be serving alongside him as the student body vice president. They have both answered a few questions to help students get to know them better and to reflect […]

The young, the restless and the sleep deprived

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer As finals lurk around the corner, sleep is something many students are beginning to lose. Although the tendency to procrastinate would tempt you to disagree, sleep is actually really important to maintain your overall well-being. Be aware that there are many consequences of an irregular sleep schedule, which could hurt you […]

Dan Maynard: Campbell’s hidden treasure

By Christopher West, Contributing Writer Campbell has a secret hidden in its library. This is no chamber of secrets or presidential book of conspiracies. No, our treasure is a librarian named Dan Maynard. After earning his B.A. in Philosophy and Masters of Library and Information Science from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Maynard worked in […]

CUSOM hosts first Mr. CUSOM pageant

By Christian Hornaday and LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editors Aakash Patel, a MS1 and D.O. Candidate at Campbell’s School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) took home the first ever title of Mr. CUSOM this past Friday, March 18th, benefiting the Campbell Community Care Clinic. “I knew I wanted to help out with the pageant from the beginning because […]