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Column: A look at the “Dragon Age” games

By Omar Hourani Copy Editor If you’re a fan of the “Elder Scrolls” or “Witcher” series, you’ll most likely fall in love with Bioware’s “Dragon Age” franchise. So far, the games that came out in this series are “Dragon Age: Origins,” “Dragon Age 2,” and “Dragon Age: Inquisition.” These are …

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Entertainment

Go Greek in the Creek | Fraternity & Sorority rush

By Christian Hornaday Assistant Editor As we transition into the second month of the semester, Greek Life at Campbell is already in the middle of accepting new recruits. Campbell’s two sororities, Sigma Alpha Omega and Delta Phi Epsilon have already completed their recruitment week and Campbell fraternities Kappa Alpha, Kappa …

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Entertainment

Get fit in 2016!

By Katlyn Clark Entertainment Editor It’s February and you still haven’t started your New Year’s Resolutions. You still have a chance to start them and to get serious about them. One of your New Year’s Resolutions is probably to head to the gym and eat healthier. Here are some helpful …

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Features

Valentine’s Day guide for singles and couples

By Katlyn Clark Entertainment Editor Candy. Stuffed animals. Cards. Hearts. Flowers. Cupid. All of these things together represent the day known as Valentine’s Day. Whether you are single or in a relationship, this day is all about what you make it out to be. Here are a few ideas to …

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Entertainment

Not so cliche movies to watch this Valentine’s Day

By Taylor Mckaig Staff Writer Regardless of whether you’re coupled up or riding solo this Valentine’s Day, February 14 is quickly approaching. Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to binge watch romantic comedies with your sweetheart, best friend or even by yourself. Instead of paying ten dollars to sit through …

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Opinion

How to upkeep your new year’s resolutions

  By Katria Farmer, Online Editor We’ve reached the tail end of January, and you’re in one of three situations right now: You’ve already failed at your resolution. You didn’t make a resolution You are dominating your resolution. Whichever category you’ve landed in, you could use my help because I …

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Entertainment

5 things to do when the power’s out

By Katria Farmer, Online Editor We’ve grown dependent on the steady stream of electricity throughout our dorm hallways to keep the light flowing, to keep our fridges running, and to charge our precious electronics. But what happens when that glorious electricity decides to take a vacation? Here are five things …

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Entertainment

Q & A with Lawrence Kipkoech

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor On Halloween Day, Lawrence Kipkoech was the individual race winner setting a new Big South Conference 8k meet record, leading Campbell to win the BSC championship. This was the first championship the men’s team has won since 1998, dating back to when they won the Atlantic …

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Print Issues

Driving toward success

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor In his recollection, freshman golfer Ray Kraivixien has been playing golf since the age of five, while according to his mom, he’s been playing golf since he was 14 months old. Kraivixien wanted to come to the United States to be a collegiate golfer. Last year, …

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Entertainment

How to shake up Thanksgiving

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer It’s that time of year again. Break out the sweatpants with the elastic band because Thanksgiving is back. Some families will go the whole nine yards to keep this holiday the same as it’s always been with turkey, stuffing, potatoes and pumpkin pie. However, if you’re …

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News

Veterans Day at the shooting range with Kappa Sigma

By Christian Hornaday, Assistant Editor While every day is a tribute to the sacrifice of each individual who has served to defend our country, Veterans Day allows us to set aside time to honor those who served and have returned home. Kappa Sigma did exactly that as they spent their Veterans …

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Entertainment

Conquering Black Friday

By Katlyn Clark, Staff Writer While you are finishing up with eating Turkey and pumpkin pie, it is time to start thinking about Christmas. From putting up the Christmas tree to playing Christmas music, Christmas spirit will be in the air. Some stores will open up at 5 p.m. where the …

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Opinion

Responding to the critics: Gun control

By Dylan Lord, Staff Writer Several weeks ago, I wrote an article pertaining to the Oregon mass shooting, and I was informed that someone had not only read my article, but had extensively criticized it. If you are reading this, I want to thank you. I’ve gone over your critiques and …

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Opinion

Make memories, not purchases

By Rachel Rock & Christian Hornaday, Editor in Chief & Assistant Editor With Thanksgiving mere days away, people seem to be most excited for great food and even greater shopping deals. Let’s face it, Black Friday has come to overshadow Thanksgiving. It has even expanded to start on Thursday at many stores, …

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Features

The evolution of Campbell University: …and the woman who watched it all happen

By Dylan Blackburn, Staff Writer Today is, according to University President J. Bradley Creed, a “great time to be at Campbell.” Many new projects have taken shape over the past few years, with many more planned for the future. Behind all of the new buildings, technology, and changing culture of the …

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