Go Greek in the Creek | Fraternity & Sorority rush

By Christian Hornaday Assistant Editor As we transition into the second month of the semester, Greek Life at Campbell is already in the middle of accepting new recruits. Campbell’s two sororities, Sigma Alpha Omega and Delta Phi Epsilon have already completed their recruitment week and Campbell fraternities Kappa Alpha, Kappa Sigma and Phi Delta Theta […]

Valentine’s Day guide for singles and couples

By Katlyn Clark Entertainment Editor Candy. Stuffed animals. Cards. Hearts. Flowers. Cupid. All of these things together represent the day known as Valentine’s Day. Whether you are single or in a relationship, this day is all about what you make it out to be. Here are a few ideas to make this Valentine’s Day special. […]

Not so cliche movies to watch this Valentine’s Day

By Taylor Mckaig Staff Writer Regardless of whether you’re coupled up or riding solo this Valentine’s Day, February 14 is quickly approaching. Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to binge watch romantic comedies with your sweetheart, best friend or even by yourself. Instead of paying ten dollars to sit through another Nicholas Sparks adaptation, consider […]

The evolution of Campbell University: …and the woman who watched it all happen

By Dylan Blackburn, Staff Writer Today is, according to University President J. Bradley Creed, a “great time to be at Campbell.” Many new projects have taken shape over the past few years, with many more planned for the future. Behind all of the new buildings, technology, and changing culture of the university lies evidence of the […]

A face of Campbell

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer Sue Ann Forrest, a fifth year English and communication studies double major, was recently chosen to represent Campbell as the 2016 Miss Campbell. Q: What changes do you hope to bring to campus as Miss Campbell? A: “I hope to be kind of a face of Campbell. I don’t think that […]

De-stress and write a great essay

By Katlyn Clark, Entertainment Editor Do you ever feel like you are being bombarded with research papers? You may have questions you want answered, such as: How do I find sources? How do I properly do my paper in MLA format? How should I time manage my school assignments? How do I de-stress from the school […]

The great debate: Gaylord vs. Humphrey

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer There’s rumblings that Campbell’s mascot, Gaylord the Fighting Camel, might no longer be named Gaylord. It has been suggested that Gaylord’s name should be changed to Humphrey. There have been many protests from students in SGA, faculty, staff, alumni, fans and friends who have great sentimental attachment to Gaylord the Camel. […]

The reality of the mid-college crisis

By Kaitlyn Dixon  Staff Writer College is the best four years of your life, according to most current college students and alumni. The first few years of college are all about learning—not only classroom information, but about yourself as well. College teaches us many life lessons, such as how to deal with new people, how […]

Campbell responds to Oregon shooting

By Christian Hornaday, Assistant Editor In Roseburg, Oregon on Oct. 1, Chris Harper-Mercer shot and killed 10 people, including himself, and injured another 7 on the campus of Umpqua Community College. While the motive remains unclear, Harper-Mercer is reported to have entered a classroom and asked those who were Christians to stand, at which point he […]

Freshman president: ‘Mindset is everything’

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer Benson native Karson Fair was recently elected president of the freshman class. Fair has always known about Campbell, since it is only 15 minutes away from her home, but deciding which college to attend wasn’t easy for her, considering she applied to and was accepted by eight universities — including her […]