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Budget Runaround: Obstacles in our requests for CAB budget, spending

By Andrew Sowers and Rachel Davis Assistant Editor and Editor in Chief It began with a simple request: to view the Campus Activity Board (CAB) Spring Concert budget, a budget used to bring the band DNCE to Campbell University last Thursday — a concert, this Editorial Board felt, that underperformed …

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Our first-ever #FAKENEWS edition is out

As a campus paper, we believe strongly in providing what our campus needs. Sometimes, that means presenting you with the most important news stories, features, highlights, opinions — you get the idea. That leaves us considering the campus community’s needs in early April. Right now, we have completed midterms and …

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Britt Hall evacuated after bomb threat Monday

By Austen Brennan Editor-in-Chief Campbell students were greeted by caution tape, a cryptic alert message and a heavy police and Campus Safety presence outside Britt Hall on Monday afternoon. Around 1 p.m. Monday, a call was placed to the Chick-fil-A inside Britt Hall claiming that a bomb had been placed …

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Business Week gives students opportunity to pitch their ideas for a better community

By Abigail Pore Assistant Editor Today marks the beginning of the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business’s Business Week 2018 — a week full of lectures and advice on anything from internships to entrepreneurship. And Campbell students are invited to not only come to listen, but to pitch their own ideas. On …

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A safer school | Campbell, county prepare for the worst

By Andrew Sowers Assistant Editor At 8:30 in the morning, a lone gunman enters the dining hall on campus, opening fire on students and staff. The gunman is a student who was notified of his expulsion from the university based on academic and behavioral reasons. The shooter barricades himself in …

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Phi Kappa Phi inducts new class of juniors and seniors

By Amanda Hartman Staff Writer Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline honor society, inducted three of Campbell’s faculty members, 34 graduate students and 43 undergraduates last week. The ceremony started off with the chapter’s president, Cathy Cowling, explaining PKP’s mission statement, which is “let the love …

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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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Former Secretary of the Navy Sean O’Keefe to speak at Campbell today

By Austen Brennan Editor-in-Chief When thinking of public service, most often imagine a career in government, whether at the local, state, or federal level. It is the “most dominant” manifestation of our “responsibilities as the collective” in American life; a compendium of institutions created to protect the rights of and …

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Unity, progress, involvement | A conversation with new SGA prez Brendi Bluitt

By Leah Tripp Staff Writer “Teamwork.” When asked to sum up her vision for 2018-2019 Student Government Association in one word, newly elected president Brendi Bluitt chooses a word that illustrates her passion for unity, progress, and overall involvement within student government. “This year, SGA has been good because we …

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SGA Election: The Results

By Andrew Sowers Assistant Editor for Opinions On Wednesday, the Campbell student body elected the 2018-2019 Student Government Association Executive Board. Despite all seven positions being open for election only the Presidency and Vice Presidency had multiple candidates listed on the ballot. Brendi Bluitt, current Junior Class President, beat out …

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Campbell takes the win at Ethics Case Competition

By Rachel Davis Editor-In-Chief Lundy-Fetterman School of Business is celebrating a win for two of its students, Sarah Page and Dylan Blackburn, against 15 other schools in last weekend’s Stetson University Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition. Page, a junior Economics pre-law and Marketing major from Raleigh and Blackburn, a junior …

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Campbell Times wins ‘Best of Show’ at NCCMA awards

The Campbell Times Staff RALEIGH — The Campbell Times took home “Best in Show” for small campus newspapers at the 2018 North Carolina College Media Association Conference held at North Carolina State University on Saturday. The “Best in Show” award — shared with the Elon Pendulum as the best university …

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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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SGA Election: Meet the candidates for president

Student Government Association elections are today, and Dylan Blackburn and Brendi Bluitt are your candidates for president. Blackburn and Bluitt took the time to answer some questions from The Campbell Times this week to provide insight into their experience and goals should they be elected. (Candidate responses are unedited)   …

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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 …