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Ten compliments that aren’t physical

By Abigail Pore Assistant Editor People like being recognised for looking good. We put time and effort into our outfits and makeup, so of course we want someone to notice even if it’s just a compliment about our shoes. But there’s more to a person than their winged eyeliner. I …

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The Man in Orange | Nate Kennedy

By Aaron Schnoor and Ka’Deem Wynn The Campbell Times With his bright orange suit and energetic personality, it’s hard not to notice Nate Kennedy. The assistant director of marketing in Campbell University’s Athletic Department is upbeat, passionate and a recognizable figure at athletic events. Those who know Kennedy will agree …

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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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Opinion

Column: An insider’s view of SGA

By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer It has been a short six months since I attended a Student Government Association induction ceremony as an inexperienced writer for The Campbell Times. At the time, I had no idea I would become involved in the organization. I went for the sole purpose of …

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Opinion

Column: Yes, SGA does make an impact

By Ryan McAllister @mcallister_CU There was recently a Student Government Association election here at Campbell. Most students, myself included, had no idea it was happening until the week beforehand. This shows how easy it is to forget about SGA and their impact here on campus. SGA is an excellent thing …

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Features

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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Entertainment

Need midterms motivation? Try our playlist

By AnnaScott Cross Social Media Editor Let’s face it: Midterms are rough. The hours that we all spend studying can be grueling, and oftentimes boring as well. One way that I have found to combat the boredom is through music, but you can’t just listen to anything. Research has shown …

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Sports

Baseball’s 2-5 record not the start team was hoping for

By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer All has not been joyful in Buies Creek. The estimable poet Ernest Lawrence Thayer might very well have been speaking about Campbell baseball when he wrote the words, “Tthere is no joy in Mudville.” The mighty Casey would have fit well on the Fighting Camel’s …

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News

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 …

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Campbell Couples: Flowers in a Powerade bottle

By Ryan McAllister Staff Writer In honor of this Valentine’s Day edition, the Campbell Times had the opportunity to interview a couple who met here on campus, Jeremy and Campbell. The writer got to sit down with them and ask them some questions about their relationship. Let’s start with some …

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