Camels travel to the Big Apple

By Richard Williams, Staff Writer Far more upbeat than the Creek, New York City is where a number of Camels enjoyed what some might call a second spring break. Chauffeured by Catherine Cowling, a criminal justice professor, Professor Robert Bidwell and his wife, 30 students got to see the ins and outs of the city that […]

The young, the restless and the sleep deprived

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer As finals lurk around the corner, sleep is something many students are beginning to lose. Although the tendency to procrastinate would tempt you to disagree, sleep is actually really important to maintain your overall well-being. Be aware that there are many consequences of an irregular sleep schedule, which could hurt you […]

Donald Trump part 2: We’re all Trumped

By Dylan Lord, Staff Writer It wouldn’t be an understatement to say that Donald Trump’s personality has become a major part of his campaign, and given his lack of experience, it’s probably his biggest asset. Throughout his campaign, Trump has established himself as an outsider–a renegade who plays by his own rules. During the Iowa Caucus, […]

Ask the editors: Our picks for Reader’s Choice 2016

By Rachel Rock, Christian Hornaday & LynJosha Russell, Editor-in-Chief and Assistant Editors As the semester is winding down, the Campbell Times is asking you for your favorite places and things in and around the Campbell community. The Campbell Times editors, Rachel Rock, Christian Hornaday and LynJosha Russell decided to give their choices for some of the […]

Creed will be officially installed as 5th president

By Christian Hornaday, Assistant Editor Campbell students, alumni, faculty and community members are invited to celebrate the installation of Dr. J. Bradley Creed on Friday, April 8 at 2 p.m. in Gore Arena. As preparations are finalized, a week of celebratory events has been planned to showcase the opportunities offered by Campbell and the mission our […]

Women in Leadership Panel encourages students to achieve greatness

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer Miss Campbell, Sue Ann Forrest, hosted a panel of Campbell graduates, Campbell employees and Campbell supporters on the topic of Women in Leadership last Monday. The event was sponsored by SGA. Forrest’s goals for the panel were to encourage young women on the Campbell campus with interest in managerial roles and […]

Campbell student hosts event for Sole Hope

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer Students are invited to join Strickland hall on Monday, April 25 for a “Shoe Cutting Party.” Resident assistant, Anne Marie Vagnozzi, will be hosting this event to support Sole Hope, which recruits the help of willing volunteers to donate jean material and cut-out patterns for children’s shoes. The patterns are then […]

Reader’s Choice Awards – Official Voting

The people have spoken! You’ve made your nominations. Now it’s time to VOTE! These are all worthy contenders but it’s time to decide which you think deserves the title “THE BEST.” Voting is open now until April 15th 11:59 p.m. Loading…

The Introverted Extrovert: Dating advice from someone who hasn’t dated

By Katria Farmer, Online Editor It was the day I saw the most attractive human male I’d ever seen on campus that I realized something. I had no game. Well, maybe I had realized that in the past but the most serious crushes I’ve had in my life were all friends first so I didn’t […]