Study Abroad relocates program due to Ebola, political unrest

By Sierra Fox Staff Writer The Office of Study Abroad recently announced that due to the Ebola virus and political unrest in nearby Kenya, their Medical Service Learning program will be moved from Tanzania to Guatemala for the Summer of 2015. A factor in the change, Campbell Risk Management policies include carefully reviewing the travel […]

Prada sends the Camels into the Semi-Finals

Matt Sokol News Editor In their first time hosting a postseason game since 2004, the women’s soccer team went against Gardner-Webb Sunday afternoon in the first round of the playoffs. Senior midfielder Alexis Prada scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to advance the Camels into the semi-final round of the Big South Tournament, with […]

Lady Camels fall to the Bulldogs 3-2 on Halloween night

LynJosha Russell Sports Editor After a 5 set game, the women’s volleyball team couldn’t grasp the win against the Gardner-Webb Bulldogs Friday night. It was a back and forth game in the first set. The Lady Camels would score and the Lady Bulldogs would follow up with gaining a point as well. With help offensively […]

Camels fall short to Panthers

Brooke Williams Staff Writer The Fighting Camels Men’s Soccer team fell to High Point 2-1 Wednesday, making them 5-9-0 in the season. The High Point Panthers came in 7-6-1 on the season and off of a win against Winthrop. Fans were lined up hours before the game started in order to receive their free scarves […]

Students hit bumps with registration

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer The semester is halfway over, and students are making the switch from studying for tests to studying course plans in order to meet the right credit hours and graduation requirements. During this time, both the student side and the Registrar and Business Office side have experienced difficulties. The Registrar’s Office and […]

Christian rapper Tedashii has bigger plans for music

By Emily McIntosh Staff Writer Turner Auditorium became the biggest party on campus when Christian rapper Tedashii took to the stage Monday night. Tedashii, a Texas native, released his newest album “Below Paradise” May of this year, and the album has reached number 17 on Billboard’s Hot 200 list. For Tedashii, making it to the […]

Panel talks communication and politics at Comm. Week

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Monday marked opening day of Campbell University’s first Communication Week, and students of all majors were welcomed to participate in a panel on Political Communication: Electoral and Professional. The panel took place Monday night in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. The panelists, all women, included Hailey M. Barringer, Campaign Manager […]

Camels continue winning streak for Homecoming weekend

Brooke Williams Staff Writer After a day full of homecoming activities, such as the Ring ceremony, Homecoming parade, camel rides, and more, Campbell fans packed the stands at Barker-Lane Stadium for the main event: the Homecoming football game. 6,345 fans — the third largest football attendance in Campbell history — came to watch the game […]

Students warm up with homecoming bonfire

By Matt Sokol News Editor On Thursday night, the smell of crackling wood was in the air as CAB hosted a bonfire as part of Homecoming Week,  in Saylor Park. Many students attended the event. Before the bonfire began, students were lined up to get a free shirt in their choice of blue, pink or […]