In Selma, 50 years after Bloody Sunday

By Louis Duke Staff Writer Standing before the infamous Edmund Pettus Bridge on March 7, Georgia Congressman John Lewis addressed the thousands gathered to commemorate a monumental day in history. “Our country will never, ever be the same because of what happened on this bridge.” said Lewis. “This city, on the banks of the Alabama […]

Campbell welcomes spring with first Holi Festival

By Rachel Rock and Elissa Tew Features Editor, Staff Writer On Thursday, March 12, CAB hosted its own Holi Festival in Saylor Park to celebrate the beginning of the spring season. Holi, or the Festival of Colors, is originally a Hindu tradition, but has become a celebratory way for anyone to celebrate the beginning of […]

Former Campbell basketball player returns to join faculty

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer Considered one of the greats in Campbell basketball history, Tarick Johnson has a lot on his resumé. He’s a member of the 1,000 Point Club and sits 20th on the all-time scoring list, netting 1,180 points during his four year Campbell career from 2000–2004. He was born in England and […]

The outdoors brings club together, draws interest

By Yasmeen Richie Staff Writer Often called “The Rugged Camels,” the Outdoor Club continues to tackle the outdoors in its third year at Campbell. Andrew Lane, a junior sports management major and president of the club, said, “The main goal for the club is to provide students with a love for the outdoors and provide […]

Column: SGA election was a sham

By Louis Duke and Valerie Procopio Staff Writers Did you know that the Student Government Association held elections for executive officers prior to Spring Break? Well, you’re certainly not the only one who missed the memo. Not only were nominations not announced on SGA’s social media pages or website, but campus media was also not […]

Column: Experiencing Selma

By Louis Duke Staff Writer I was standing before a bridge. Not just any bridge—the bridge. The bridge that was left stained with the blood that sparked so much response 50 years ago. Now 50 years later, the stage before the bridge is full of faces. The faces of great leaders, the kind whose decisions […]

Making strides in the world of student journalism

By Sean Neal Editor The issue you hold in your hands marks issue number 10 of The Campbell Times for the 2014–2015 school year. In the spirit of reaching this landmark of numbers, I’d like to reflect on some journalistic strides (and strides in the making) for our paper, starting with a few recent achievements […]

Letter to the Editor: ‘Chapel Hill’ article shined new light

By Omnya Shiglawi I just want to thank Louis Duke and Valerie Procopio so much for writing such a powerful article. I am a Muslim Arab-American at Campbell and I personally knew these three individuals. I was so furious at Campbell not doing anything for this tragic event, or even taking just five minutes out […]

Letter to the Editor: Column reduces issue to attacking Campbell

By Colin Kroll As I read the opinion article in issue nine of The Campbell Times concerning the lack of recognition for the students murdered in Chapel Hill, my heart was once again broken by the needless violence that robbed our generation and world of three bright, young lives on Feb. 10. I, along with […]