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CAB takes on The Lion King at DPAC

By Katlyn Clark, Staff Writer “Oh, I just can’t wait..” you know the rest of the words, don’t you? A childhood favorite is now on the big stage for Broadway and is touring at the Durham Performing Arts Center until March 20. Campus Activity Board was able to bring students to …

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Features

Criminal Justice Association hosts women in criminal justice

By Richard Williams, Staff Writer “That God designed the sexes to occupy different spheres of action, and that it belonged to men to make, apply, and execute the laws, was regarded as an almost axiomatic truth,” held Bradwell v. Illinois, the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that affirmed the Illinois Supreme Court’s …

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Opinion

Guide to the Presidential Candidates

By Omar Hourani, Staff Writer Hillary Clinton: Pros: Her major advantage is that she has the most extensive political experience out of all the candidates. She often ranks high in “the most admired women in the world” lists, which is useful for this tense period in foreign-policy. As secretary-of-state, she was …

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Opinion

Midterms minus the stress

By Rachel Rock & Christian Hornaday, Editor-in-Chief & Assistant Editor Midterm-time is the dreaded time of the semester for all college students.This mid-point of the semester is when professors pile on work and test us on the information we should have already learned. “Midterm exams are basically just a way for a …

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News

Big South quickly approaching the Creek: Campbell prepares for biggest multi-day event in university history

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor With the Big South Men’s Basketball Tournament right around the corner, Campbell has been preparing each and every day for the big event. Many changes can be seen in the John W. Pope Convocation Center and Gore Arena, where the bulk of the festivities will be …

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News

PAC/SGA host spring academic lecture

By Richard Williams, Staff Writer “In August, the Public Affairs club had to face a horrible reality,” Hayden Duncan, senior political science public administration major, said “We sat down with our faculty advisor John Mero and decided that the recruitment plans of previous club executives simply weren’t cutting it, and that …

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News

Students to present research at English conference

By Stephanie Bailey, Staff Writer This week, five Campbell seniors will travel with professor Shirley Jefferds to Minneapolis, Minnesota to present their research papers at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention. Sigma Tau Delta is an English honor society open to students with a B average or higher in English who …

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News

Exercise event held in February

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer Campbell has began an initiative to get students active, and has decided to host “Exercise is Medicine” from Feb. 2 to Feb. 29 to work toward this goal. The American College of Sports Medicine designed this event to get students involved around campus and to engage …

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Print Issues

Baker strives for a successful softball season

By Brooke Williams, Online Editor Junior pitcher Katie Baker has worked this past year to redesign herself on the diamond. “I have spent a lot of time in the bullpen working on different pitches and different approaches,” said Baker. Every season, as teams are scouted, opposing teams figure out how the …

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Features

Coach Minter takes a walk down memory lane

       Photos courtesy of Campbell Athletics. Mike Minter, former Carolina Panthers safety and current Campbell football coach, then and now. By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor A football player of any age has a dream to play in the Super Bowl. College and professional players strive towards that goal every …

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Print Issues

Campbell alumna signs professional contract with Tierps IF in Sweden

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Campbell women’s soccer alumna forward Ashley Clark signed a professional contact with Tierps IF in Sweden on Friday, Jan. 29. Clark graduated from Campbell University last December and is now ready to take on the professional level of soccer. In Sweden, Tierps IF is one of …

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News

Campbell competes in fifth annual NC Ethics Bowl

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer Campbell University prides itself in not only teaching its students what the mitochondria of the cell is, how to diagram sentences and who won the Revolutionary War, but also equipping them with life skills and critical thinking abilities. One particular way in which students learn to …

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Entertainment

Debunking the myth: Does chocolate help you lose weight?

By Taylor Mckaig , Staff Writer “Junk science” refers to studies that seem to be legitimate science but are riddled with distorted data that would deceive the average reader. These faulty studies find their way to mainstream media and straight into the spotlight of public opinion. Television shows, such as Dr. …

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News

Protesters rally for justice for Harnett county man killed by Sheriff’s Deputy

By  Richard Williams, Staff Writer Three months later there is still no answer to whether or not a Harnett County Sheriff’s deputy will be charged after killing a father of three. On February 8, the State’s medical examiner declared the death of John Livingston a homicide. Livingston was shot and killed …

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Entertainment

Have no fear, graduation is almost here!

By Katlyn Clark, Entertainment Editor The countdown to graduation is here for seniors graduating in May. Every day that goes by is another day closer to walking that stage and receiving your diploma. Before we get too far into graduation, do not let this last semester go in the dumps. You …

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