Sexual assault and college campuses

By Yasmeen Richie Staff Writer In addressing an issue that has occurred more than once in recent collegiate news, and what has been an issue on a national scale as well, some might say Sexual Assault Awareness Week, this week, Feb. 23–27, comes at a particularly significant time. “The statistics are astounding,” said religion professor […]

Student shows Black History search with documentary

**Correction: The print edition of this article states that the premiere is set to take place in D.Rich, Turner Auditorium, but the premiere is set to show in Lynch Auditorium.   By Devin McCray Staff Writer The anticipation was high in Buies Creek leading up to a new documentary for Black History Month, created by […]

Lacrosse falls in weekend matchups

By LynJosha Russell Sports Editor Women’s Lacrosse started off the season this past weekend with two home games, going up against Old Dominion on Friday and George Mason on Sunday. The Lady Camels fell short in both games. After a schedule change due to weather conditions, the Camels hosted the Old Dominion Monarchs Friday at […]

RaeChaun Edwards embodies ‘Player of the Week’ title

By Brooke Williams Staff Writer Another Campbell athlete has snatched up a spot as Big South Player of the Week. This time it’s Women’s Basketball’s RaeChaun Edwards. Redshirt junior Edwards received the title from the conference office as well as College Sports Madness, on Feb. 9 ( The guard for the Camels has really come […]

Math/ITS club hosts first Pi-K Run

By Elissa Tew Staff Writer Soon members of the Campbell community and beyond will have the chance to run for pie, in honor of pi. That’s no typo. That’s 3.1415926, pi. The first annual Pi-K for Pi Day Run will be held March 14, 2015 and begins at 9:26 a.m. (notice the play on numbers) […]

Divinity professor, students weigh in on creation debate

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer People who identify themselves as a member of a certain religion are often aware of some differences between the beliefs within their religion and those of other religions. But distinctions are also made among the beliefs within a single denomination. When it comes to the creation story in the book […]

Surfing the Web puts privacy at risk

By Matthew Sokol News Editor The concept of information being private in today’s world seems to be slowly dissipating with the use of modern technology. People often use the Internet to check portals such as their email and online banking. The Internet is a place to research and even store information that can be personal. […]

Slow jammer of news suspended from NBC

By Sean Neal Editor For any college students who like to kick back at the end of a long day and watch the nightly news (and shatter stereotypes, I might add), the past few weeks may have been a little rough. Many Americans were taken aback earlier this month by news that NBC anchor and […]

Demanding more recognition for Chapel Hill deaths

By Louis Duke & Valerie Procopio Staff Writers The cold-blooded murders of three students in the Chapel Hill community happened over two weeks ago, yet the harrowing events are still at the forefront of area news and on the minds of many in the greater triangle area. We may never truly know why these students […]

Student shows Ireland-inspired art

By Rachel Rock Features Editor For senior art majors, a significant part of their final year at Campbell is curating an art show with pieces of their own work from throughout their college careers. These pieces can be anything from paintings and drawings, to photographs and sculptures. This year the senior art exhibits are up […]