At home at The Campus Grill

By Taylor McKaig Features Editor Nestled in between the Short Stop and Subway is a place famous for serving up the “Jacked up Burger” and other Campbell favorites. As you enter the double doors into Campus Grill, you step back in time to see a display that captures the Campbell community in action. Although the […]

Here kids, try my music. I promise you’ll like it. No, really….

By Dr. Britt Davis Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Campbell University In the Sept. 12 issue of The Campbell Times, Rachel Davis presented her list of favorite bands and songs: her mixtape. Admittedly, of the artists on her list, I’m only familiar with two of them, Ed Shearin and Needtobreathe (and only because Needtobreathe played […]

#CampbellLife: 5 unique “traditions” you can’t miss

We’ve all rubbed J.A. Campbell’s mustache and gotten a photo with Gaylord, but have you tried these lesser-known “traditions?”  With fall break and midterms coming up, it’s the perfect time to check your Campbell traditions checklist. When you complete a tradition, snap a photo and hashtag it #CampbellLife.   • The infamous late night Cookout […]

How Kivett Hall has survived 116 years in the Creek

By Carolyn Newsome Staff Writer Built from 1901 to 1903, Kivett Hall is the oldest building on the campus of Campbell University. Prior to 1901, the people in the community surrounding Campbell owned the land on which our first buildings stood. After the fire in 1900 that destroyed nearly everything, J.A. Campbell purchased the land, […]

Honesty Hour: Presentation anxiety

Every issue, we will answer an anonymous question from one of our readership. Today, we’ll be discussing roommate struggles and how to resolve conflict. I have a presentation in front of everyone in my class next week, but I am so anxious about it. I know I am going to make a fool of myself. […]

Study tips to get you through test #1

By Kaitlyn Dixon Staff Writer School has just begun and it’s about time professors are assigning their first tests for the semester. Study (verb); the act of texting, eating, and watching TV with an open textbook nearby. Let’s face it, we’ve all done this and wondered why in the world we didn’t get the grade […]

What I wish I had known about dorm life

By Taylor Mckaig Entertainment Editor After experiencing move-in day four times over, now two years removed from dorm living, I think of so many things I wish I knew prior to living in a dorm. After finding that there are plenty of others who share my sentiment, I asked students to weigh in on some […]

Student feature | A day in the life of Chelle

By Taylor Mckaig Features Editor Hours prior to your arrival at the football stadium, even before the athletes lace their cleats, you can find Chelle behind the scenes, preparing to capture every second of the game. The young woman many people know as “Chelle” Stanley is in her fourth year at Campbell. She is pursuing […]

Home away from home | Freshman’s look at Family Weekend

By Abigail Pore Staff Writer This year has marked the first year of being independent from the rest of my family. Because of this, I was excited to learn about the Campbell tradition of Family Weekend, a celebration of the people who stand behind every student and support them. My personal experience of Family Weekend […]

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 […]