Book review “Halo: Hunters in the Dark”

Dylan Lord, Staff Writer “Halo 5: Guardians” is coming out Oct. 27, 2015, and with all the hype surrounding its release, it’s safe to say that many are drooling to get their hands on this game. That being said, I thought it would be prudent to review a novel written in the Halo Universe. Specifically, […]

Lady Camels swimming towards excellence

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor The Campbell Swim team began their season against their arch rival, the Liberty Flames, in late September. After the Flames topped the Lady Camels 171-120 in the home opener, the Camels have been on a non-stop mission to become excellent. “When the season began, we always have a very bright outlook,” […]

Schuitema reaches new record in assists

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer A milestone has been reached in Campbell Volleyball as sophomore Summer Schuitema has reached 1,000 assist in her college career. “This is a confidence boost, just knowing that I can contribute and help the team accomplish things,” said Schuitema. “It’s a good feeling to reach this in my career, but I […]

Sitting down with Kameron Bryant

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Kameron Bryant is the starting quarterback for the Campbell Football team for the 2015–2016 season. With Bryant at quarterback, the team is 4-4 on the season after a loss to Morehead State with a final score of 31-27. Q: How has the transition gone for you coming from Appalachian State and […]

Be prepared to get scared this Halloween

By Katlyn Clark, Entertainment Editor Halloween is this Saturday and there are so many ways to celebrate the occasion. Dressing up in costumes for a Halloween party and carving pumpkins are great, but going to a haunted house is even better. Here are a few recommended places in the area where you can get into the […]

“Anne of Green Gables” comes to CU’s stage

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer Campbell’s Theatre Department prepares for the premiere of its fall musical “Anne of Green Gables.” The production follows the first book in a series by L. M. Montgomery. The literature is widely considered a children’s book. That is, until it was brought to life onstage. It is an early twentieth-century tale […]

Mind reading duo impresses students

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer Campbell University students gathered on Monday night in Turner Auditorium to watch the Evasons perform. This husband and wife duo happens to have some unique abilities: Tessa Evason can read minds. About a hundred students came out to watch the Evasons, who wowed the crowd with various mind tricks. Some started […]

The Oregon massacre and the need for gun reform

By Dylan Lord, Staff Writer On Oct. 1, Chris Harper-Mercer stormed Umpqua Community College, where he was a student. He shot nine and injured seven before he committed suicide. This subject is unique to America, because nowhere else in the world do shootings of this magnitude take place with such frequency. Mass shootings in the United […]

Gun Control: a balanced and practical approach

By Omar Hourani, Staff Writer There are two main sides to the gun debate: One side supports gun control, arguing that guns should be banned for our safety. The other side argues that gun control is a violation of Constitutional rights, and guns are needed for self-defense. What does the research say? It’s unclear. Some studies […]

Tips for scoring the perfect internship

By Rachel Rock & Christian Hornaday, Editor in Chief & Assistant Editor Around this time of the year, students begin the hunt for spring and summer internships. This can sometimes be a daunting process for students, so we have devised a list of tips to help make this process smoother and more beneficial for everyone involved. When […]