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Igniting Change | Three-day social entrepreneurship retreat

By AnnaScott Cross Social Media Editor Campbell’s mission to “Lead with Purpose” can be seen in many ways, one being the Ignite Retreat, which is sponsored by the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation. This semester, the three-day retreat was held in Efland, North Carolina. It brought students together from schools across …

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Provisional chapter of Lambda Pi Chi sorority joins Greek Life

By AnnaScott Cross Social Media Editor On April 16, 1988 at Cornell University, a community was formed. They are called Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad, or as their Greek letters say, Lambda Pi Chi. Their goal on campus is to provide community for Latinas, locals and people at-large. Their ideals are la …

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DNCE more than just a Jonas Bro and his band

By Leah Tripp Staff Writer If you ask the average person about DNCE, they may respond with something to the effect of “Wait, isn’t one of the Jonas Brothers in that band?” However, funk-rock group DNCE is much more than one-third of the 2005 boy band. The group, formed in …

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Ten compliments that aren’t physical

By Abigail Pore Assistant Editor People like being recognised for looking good. We put time and effort into our outfits and makeup, so of course we want someone to notice even if it’s just a compliment about our shoes. But there’s more to a person than their winged eyeliner. I …

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The Man in Orange | Nate Kennedy

By Aaron Schnoor and Ka’Deem Wynn The Campbell Times With his bright orange suit and energetic personality, it’s hard not to notice Nate Kennedy. The assistant director of marketing in Campbell University’s Athletic Department is upbeat, passionate and a recognizable figure at athletic events. Those who know Kennedy will agree …

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Black History Month Banquet a success

By David Capen Contributing Writer The second annual Black History Month Banquet kicked off in the Convocation Center’s McCall Court on Feb. 25, hosted by the Black Student Association (BSA) and Greek Life Programming Board (GLPB). Nearly 200 students gathered together for a catered banquet to celebrate and educate on …

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Campbell Couples: First class senior romance

By AnnaScott Cross Social Media Editor “Je t’aime mon amour.” The French are famous for their romance, and Senior Class President Clotilde Druhen and Senior Class Representative Aaron Robinson experienced this first hand this past December. This newly engaged couple met during their freshman year, where they were both in …

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Campbell Couples: Flowers in a Powerade bottle

By Ryan McAllister Staff Writer In honor of this Valentine’s Day edition, the Campbell Times had the opportunity to interview a couple who met here on campus, Jeremy and Campbell. The writer got to sit down with them and ask them some questions about their relationship. Let’s start with some …

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Celebrate Valentine’s with everybody’s true love — Disney music

It’s that time of year again. Valentines, candy boxes, and… Disney? Let’s be honest, Disney movies were some of our first exposures to love. So why not pay homage in your playlist this year? We’ve gathered five songs to Disney-fy your Valentine playlists. SO THIS IS LOVE — CINDERELLA I actually …

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Top five elements for a perfect Galentine’s bash

By Abigail Pore Assistant Editor In recent years, February’s focus on love has gone from couples to any loved ones. With this has come themed Galentine parties where girl friends get together to celebrate their friendship. Thinking of throwing your own? We’ve gathered some of the basic needs that will …

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Five romcoms for Feb. 14

By Leah Tripp Staff Writer BRIDGET JONES’S DIARY Bridget Jones’s Diary is a piece of endearing assurance to every unlucky soul who has ever decided that love just isn’t in the cards. Renée Zellweger’s Bridget, a candid and crude 32-year-old, chronicles her journey to love and self-improvement in a series …

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MONTI-VATION: SGA speaker shares inspirational story

By ANNASCOTT CROSS Assistant Editor Campbell’s Student Government Association (SGA) hosted actor and speaker Monti Washington to tell his story in Scott Concert Hall on Jan. 22, as part of his Monti-vation Tour. Washington, who grew up in a series of foster homes, shared how he overcame his challenges to …

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Why goals are superior to New Years resolutions

By CAROLYN NEWSOME Staff Writer Edifying oneself is important, but are resolutions the way to go? Goals are a more effective way to produce positive changes than resolutions because goals offer less stress, increased flexibility, greater personalization, and looser time constraints. Resolutions add to stress already felt by many as …

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February Playlist

By LEAH TRIPP Staff Writer Roll Up Your Sleeves — Meg Mac “Roll Up Your Sleeves” is an encouraging call to action. Meg Mac delivers her message by way of vibrant piano and a soulful voice that will give you chills and assure you that “everything is gonna be alright”. …

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Five ways to let go of perfection and comparison

By ABIGAIL PORE Assistant Editor Perfection is something people either strive for or hate. It’s getting a 100 on that test you were really trying to study for and feeling great or it’s studying that hard and getting a 89 or even a 94 and still thinking you should have …