Hunger Banquet to help local food pantry

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer “What can you do?” Pastor Austin Reason asked students attending the “What’s for Dinner?” Hunger Banquet Thursday. The banquet was one of many events led by the Social Work Club this week as part of their Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week. The week’s activities were aimed at helping students understand […]

Ornaments to help Community Christmas Store

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer Christmas is near and all across campus, students are taking part in holiday festivities to get into the spirit of the season. The Student Government Association has played an active role in helping with Campbell’s Christmas activities, such as the annual Christmas tree lighting, which will take place next Tuesday, […]

First ever Greek Week a success

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Last week, Campbell University hosted its first Greek Week, which members hope will become an annual tradition for Greek life students. “The purpose of Greek Week is to have different challenges [to gain] points each day, and at the end of the week, based off the points system, a winner […]

Star-studded basketball school of the past

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Today, students go to Carter Gym to shoot hoops with friends, or attend a Zumba or Yoga class. But over half a century ago, Carter Gym’s repertoire extended beyond the confines of Campbell’s student body. In 1956, Campbell basketball coach Fred McCall along with Wake Forest basketball coach Horace “Bones” […]

Study Abroad relocates program due to Ebola, political unrest

By Sierra Fox Staff Writer The Office of Study Abroad recently announced that due to the Ebola virus and political unrest in nearby Kenya, their Medical Service Learning program will be moved from Tanzania to Guatemala for the Summer of 2015. A factor in the change, Campbell Risk Management policies include carefully reviewing the travel […]

Students hit bumps with registration

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer The semester is halfway over, and students are making the switch from studying for tests to studying course plans in order to meet the right credit hours and graduation requirements. During this time, both the student side and the Registrar and Business Office side have experienced difficulties. The Registrar’s Office and […]

Christian rapper Tedashii has bigger plans for music

By Emily McIntosh Staff Writer Turner Auditorium became the biggest party on campus when Christian rapper Tedashii took to the stage Monday night. Tedashii, a Texas native, released his newest album “Below Paradise” May of this year, and the album has reached number 17 on Billboard’s Hot 200 list. For Tedashii, making it to the […]

Panel talks communication and politics at Comm. Week

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Monday marked opening day of Campbell University’s first Communication Week, and students of all majors were welcomed to participate in a panel on Political Communication: Electoral and Professional. The panel took place Monday night in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. The panelists, all women, included Hailey M. Barringer, Campaign Manager […]

Students warm up with homecoming bonfire

By Matt Sokol News Editor On Thursday night, the smell of crackling wood was in the air as CAB hosted a bonfire as part of Homecoming Week,  in Saylor Park. Many students attended the event. Before the bonfire began, students were lined up to get a free shirt in their choice of blue, pink or […]

Homecoming goes Greek

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer The colored lights shined around Carter gym as DJ Flash prepared to play his best tunes. Homecoming Week’s Toga Party was Tuesday night. Students showed off their best Greek goddess, or Greek warrior, outfits, most wearing bed sheets fashioned as a toga with accessories such as gold sandals, belts, and headbands.CAB’s […]