Grads welcomed to new HC Alumni Village

By Mackenzie Gregory Staff Writer In the midst of homecoming tailgating, parades and excitement, Campbell took time to give back to the school’s alumni with the Alumni Village, a new addition to the 2016 homecoming lineup, as an opportunity for former Campbell students to gather and reconnect before the football game on Saturday. Several campus […]

Soccer | Callie Beckwith fulfilling her dream

By Ka’Deem Wynn Sports Editor She always knew that she wanted to play in college, but the constant question of whether she could play Division I ball was still up in the air. For Campbell women’s freshman soccer player Callie Beckwith, playing the sport of soccer has never been about the size of the dog […]

Men’s soccer falls to Presbyterian 1-0 with last-second goal

By Matthew Sokol Editor-in-Chief With only three seconds left on the clock, Presbyterian’s Cade Crowe ended this past Saturday night’s game at the Eakes Athletic complex, 1-0.    The Blue Hose (6-7-2, 4-1 BSC) marched the ball down the field in the last few seconds of the game after a missed opportunity by Campbell (5-8, […]

Hurricane Matthew brings flooding, outages locally

By Matthew Sokol Editor-in-Chief Hurricane Matthew roared its way to North Carolina Saturday, killing 11 people, causing widespread flooding in much of the southeastern region of the state and knocking out power for millions in the U.S. Harnett County and Campbell University weren’t spared — more than 17,000 people locally lost power for multiple days, […]

Students express disappointment over classes resuming Tuesday

From staff reports The campus showing little signs that a large hurricane passed by a few days earlier, Campbell University resumed its normal schedule on Tuesday after losing power for much of the weekend and cancelling all classes on Monday. Still, the decision to come back on Tuesday didn’t sit well with some. Many took […]

Message from President Creed regarding Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew left a wide path of destruction from the Caribbean through the Mid-Atlantic States. Regretfully, many of us were eyewitnesses to its power and devastation. The scars of the storm are still apparent. Many of those who live in the flood plains of our state’s largest rivers and near other bodies of water are […]

Professor listed as ‘safe’ after hurricane missing person report

From staff reports The Campbell community received some good news Monday when it learned that professor Boris Abbey was safe hours after Fayetteville Police listed him as “critically missing” after Hurricane Matthew on Sunday. Abbey, the business school’s Philosophy of Business chair and the school’s Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient last spring, was […]

‘Blackout’ brings ‘solidarity in the face of tension’

By Rachel Davis Assistant Editor Race. It’s a taboo word, often bringing with it heightened tensions, or well-meaning yet controversial statements. Some prefer to ignore racial issues, hoping the problem will go away if they’re simply not discussed. In an effort to prevent this behavior and open the doorway to a discussion of race relationships, […]

Students put their diversity ‘on the map’ at CAB event

By Makenzie Gregory Staff Writer “I am an Asian-American.” “I am ambidextrous.” “I have vertigo.” “I am the first of my family to go to college.” These are just some of the things written by Campbell students to express their diversity. Dozens of students came out to the Academic Circle on Sept. 28 to learn […]

Column: ‘Blackout’ is proof we can unite

By Austen Brennan Staff Writer I didn’t plan on going to the “Blackout” that was held on Sept. 28 in the Academic Circle. I didn’t plan on writing about it either, but that’s what momentous events do: they change your plans. I saw the organizers gathered outside of D. Rich Hall while I was leaving […]