Online: Pre-SOMA club aims to bring Camp Kesem to Buies Creek

  By Christian Hornaday, Assistant Editor Since the end of November, the Campbell University pre-SOMA (Student Osteopathic Medical Association) club has been going through the necessary procedures to bring a Camp Kesem chapter to campus. Having entered the third stage of this process, they are currently battling with many other schools nationwide in hopes of […]

Celebrating the past with Founders Week

By Dylan Blackburn Staff Writer A week of celebration and activities to commemorate Campbell University’s founding begins on Feb. 1. The event is the work of several campus groups, including CAB, the Office of First Year Experience, Admissions, and Advancement. It provides a way “for students to learn and understand who built this college from […]

Counseling services — A helping hand for Campbell students

By Kaitlyn Dixon Staff Writer Campbell University provides undergraduate students who are currently enrolled with full time hours the ability to see a licensed counselor for personal, developmental and/or psychological concerns related to their academic progress and/or their personal growth. Counseling services are free of charge and are 100-percent confidential. Counseling is short-term, but it […]

Tobacco House: Controversial business opens in Buies Creek

By Richard Williams Staff Writer Garnering much attention with the new semester is Tobacco House, located adjacent to Campbell University’s main undergraduate campus. Tobacco House is a new establishment centrally located in Campus Square.  Although the tobacco shop is new to Campbell, it isn’t something new to John Malik, owner and operator, who has years […]

Veterans Day at the shooting range with Kappa Sigma

By Christian Hornaday, Assistant Editor While every day is a tribute to the sacrifice of each individual who has served to defend our country, Veterans Day allows us to set aside time to honor those who served and have returned home. Kappa Sigma did exactly that as they spent their Veterans Day volunteering with the Green […]

CU Band’s big decision

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer With the last home football game behind us and basketball season already underway, it is time to think about the group that offers the strongest addition to the overall atmosphere at a game. The Athletic Bands are directed by professor Andy Smith, who also currently instructs the Tuba and Euphonium and […]

A friend of the military

By Dylan Blackburn, Staff Writer For the seventh year in a row, Campbell University has been named a Military Friendly School by Victory Media. According to Victory Media, institutions that are given the award are chosen by a “survey-driven” system and “represent the top tier of institutions with leading opportunities for military servicemembers and spouses.” “Our […]

Campbell making a merry Christmas

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer Carter Gym, one of Campbell’s oldest and most loved buildings, is usually home to intramural sports and other athletic events throughout the year. But on Nov. 18–20, the gym was the location for the fifth annual Community Christmas Store, which helps families in need throughout Harnett County and provides a merry […]

Leaving room for debate

By Christian Hornaday, Assistant Editor The Adam Smith Club and the Lundy Chair of the Philosophy of Business, Boris Abbey, hosted a student-led political debate night on Wednesday. Gabriel Johnson, a sophomore trust and wealth management major and president of the College Republicans Club, represented the Republican Party. Chris West, a junior economics major with a […]

Deepher Dudes raises over 2000 for CF

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer Nicely dressed men, raw talent, and donations for a good cause; what else could you want in a men’s pageant? Deepher Dudes, hosted by Delta Phi Epsilon, was held in Turner auditorium on Nov. 12. Seven contestants competed for the title. More importantly, they were a part of something for a […]