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, he was recruited by Coach […]

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 anything like my family, we […]

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 Day volunteering with the Green […]

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 holiday shopping will begin. To […]

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 you make many valid points. […]

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, making Thanksgiving almost obsolete. People […]

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 university lies evidence of the […]

CU Band’s big decision

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer With the last home football game behind us and basketball season already underway, it is time to think about the group that offers the strongest addition to the overall atmosphere at a game. The Athletic Bands are directed by professor Andy Smith, who also currently instructs the Tuba and Euphonium and […]

A face of Campbell

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer Sue Ann Forrest, a fifth year English and communication studies double major, was recently chosen to represent Campbell as the 2016 Miss Campbell. Q: What changes do you hope to bring to campus as Miss Campbell? A: “I hope to be kind of a face of Campbell. I don’t think that […]

A friend of the military

By Dylan Blackburn, Staff Writer For the seventh year in a row, Campbell University has been named a Military Friendly School by Victory Media. According to Victory Media, institutions that are given the award are chosen by a “survey-driven” system and “represent the top tier of institutions with leading opportunities for military servicemembers and spouses.” “Our […]