CAB hosts a state fair in spring

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer Wednesday, Campus Activity Board held their rendition of the state fair in Saylor Park for Spring Fling week. Students lined up for the event before 6 p.m. to receive free T-shirts that showed the weekly events for Spring Fling and featured Gaylord as Uncle Sam. Freshman Joclyen Wooten, a sports […]

Club to host ninth annual 5K honoring Webb

By Devin McCray Staff Writer Campbell University’s Athletic Training Club will hold its ninth annual Jennifer Webb 5k race Saturday, March 28, at 9 a.m at the Convocation Center. The annual race is held in memory of Jennifer Lynne Webb, a graduate student who while attending Campbell, was killed in a drunk driving accident on […]

In Selma, 50 years after Bloody Sunday

By Louis Duke Staff Writer Standing before the infamous Edmund Pettus Bridge on March 7, Georgia Congressman John Lewis addressed the thousands gathered to commemorate a monumental day in history. “Our country will never, ever be the same because of what happened on this bridge.” said Lewis. “This city, on the banks of the Alabama […]

Campbell welcomes spring with first Holi Festival

By Rachel Rock and Elissa Tew Features Editor, Staff Writer On Thursday, March 12, CAB hosted its own Holi Festival in Saylor Park to celebrate the beginning of the spring season. Holi, or the Festival of Colors, is originally a Hindu tradition, but has become a celebratory way for anyone to celebrate the beginning of […]

Former Campbell basketball player returns to join faculty

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer Considered one of the greats in Campbell basketball history, Tarick Johnson has a lot on his resumé. He’s a member of the 1,000 Point Club and sits 20th on the all-time scoring list, netting 1,180 points during his four year Campbell career from 2000–2004. He was born in England and […]

The outdoors brings club together, draws interest

By Yasmeen Richie Staff Writer Often called “The Rugged Camels,” the Outdoor Club continues to tackle the outdoors in its third year at Campbell. Andrew Lane, a junior sports management major and president of the club, said, “The main goal for the club is to provide students with a love for the outdoors and provide […]

‘Preferred Parking’ finds spot at Campbell

By Emily McIntosh Entertainment Editor One twitch, one stutter, one funny friendship. On Thursday, March 19 at 8 p.m. in Turner Auditorium, CAB will host Preferred Parking, a comedy act featuring two friends, Drew Lynch and Samuel Comroe. Unlike most comedy acts, Preferred Parking offers a unique perspective when it comes to bringing laughter to […]

Camels extend winning streak to 14, three in conference

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer Sunday, Fighting Camel baseball defeated Longwood yet again 8-6, bringing the total wins to 14 with four in conference. The team started off conference play with a 3-2 victory on Friday and a 7-1 victory on Saturday, both over the Longwood Lancers. Head Coach Justin Haire was excited to start […]

Camel Cam takes on bigger courts at Big South

By LynJosha Russell Sports Editor While many students spent their spring break at the beach, on a family trip or catching up on studies, the cast and crew of Camel Cam spent theirs on the job. After a two-hour drive, Camel Cam arrived at Coastal Carolina’s HTC Center in Conway, S.C. to cover the Big […]

NC closer than ever to fracking

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Fracking is closer than ever to being permitted in the state of North Carolina. Rules that will allow those interested to apply for fracking permits are set to be enacted sometime this week, according to published reports. On March 12, the N.C. Senate also gave “tentative approval” to a House […]