Bring professionalism back to campus

By Rachel Rock & Christian Hornaday, Editor in Chief & Assistant Editor To most college students, the step out of the house and onto campus seems to break us free from the majority of rules we may have once followed. Coming to college may lead to a more colorful vocabulary, a change in diet or a new […]

Freshman president: ‘Mindset is everything’

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer Benson native Karson Fair was recently elected president of the freshman class. Fair has always known about Campbell, since it is only 15 minutes away from her home, but deciding which college to attend wasn’t easy for her, considering she applied to and was accepted by eight universities — including her […]

Students attend GOP ‘Take Back America’ forum

“Editor’s Note: The author of this story, Richard Williams, a senior criminal justice pre-law major, was one of the four students to attend the GOP presidential forum in Greenville, South Carolina, on Sept. 18. The other students were senior homeland security major Michael Chaney, senior math with teacher licensure major Anna Marie Vagnozzi and junior […]

Athletics phases out live game radio broadcasts

By Dylan Blackburn, Staff Writer Since 2007 and 2008, Campbell Basketball and Football games have been broadcast on 107.3 FM, a local Christian radio station, until the Athletic Department ended the practice this year. Chris Hemeyer, the Director of Broadcasting and Digital Media at Campbell Athletics, cited the success of online video streaming as a reason […]

Common Core under revision

By Christian Hornaday, Assistant Editor Within the last three years, common core standards have shaken up the education system, with math standards seeming to be the most controversial. North Carolina, while it was one of 45 states to adopt common core, is currently in the process of reviewing and rewriting the standards. According to, the […]

Blurred lines: Students presented with tough scenarios during SAAW

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer The lines between sexual consent and assault are often blurred and unclear. Campbell University is striving to prevent miscommunication and educate students on the realities of sexual assault, by supporting Sexual Assault Awareness Week, or SAAW, on Wednesday through Friday of last week. All week, Campbell promoted various SAAW-related activities, sold […]

Mike Domitrz turns heads with “Can I Kiss You?”

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer Sexual Assault Awareness Week continued its campaign with the “Can I Kiss You?” program Wednesday night. World renowned author and speaker, Mike Domitrz, presented his “Date Safe Project” to students and locals who piled into Turner auditorium in anticipation of the event. The program revolved around dating and intimacy, but […]

Bubble ball returns to the creek

    By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer If you’ve ever seen the movie Bubble Boy, then chances are, you’ve marveled at the prospect of an experience inside of a bubble. The CAB committee gave students the opportunity to do just that late Saturday afternoon. Participants were split up into two teams as they climbed into […]

Campbell Glides Past ESTU 2-1 on Friday

    By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Campbell defeated East Tennessee State University on Friday 2-1 after goals by Ashley Clark and Shannon Wratchford. The Camels now advance to 5-3 on the season with under a week left until conference play. During the first half of play, the Camels went into the half with a […]

Campbell Pulls off Double Overtime Victory on Farias Penalty Kick

  By: Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor BUIES CREEK, N.C. — Campbell’s men’s soccer team pulled out the 4-3 victory during the second overtime period on a penalty kick taken by Bradley Farias during its regular season opener on Friday against Jacksonville. The Camels now move on to 3-3 on the season with conference play starting […]