Pokemon Go: Nostalgic fun or a distraction?

By Amy Flickinger Staff Writer It’s been out for a few months now, but we’re still talking about Pokémon Go. For those of us who loved the animé shows or played the Gameboy games as kids, this game has us hooked. Now, “catching ’em all” no longer means getting a new pack of cards or […]

Opinion | We want all-night dining options

The Campbell Times The food options at Campbell have gotten better in recent years — Moe’s replaced Quizno’s, Chick-fil-A is going full service, Starbucks is here and the newest edition Greens-To-Go is a welcome change. But when the sun goes down, those options go away. We’re students, which means we’re up late, hopefully studying. We […]

COLUMN: Yes, your Instagram photos are important

By Rachel Davis Assistant Editor If the traffic on Labor Day weekend was any indication, everyone and their second cousin trekked to the beach, myself included. However, unlike most, my trip was not strictly a vacation. My family went to help my grandmother pack up her house in Myrtle Beach, so that she can move […]

COLUMN: HB2 — Good or bad for North Carolina?

By Omar Hourani Assistant Editor Conservatives argue that regulations that ban guns do not stop criminals, but, instead, leave law-abiding citizens defenseless — while criminals get the guns illegally. It is ironic then that conservatives passed House Bill 2 (HB2), thinking it would stop people with bad intentions from entering opposite-sex bathrooms. In fact, just […]

5 Questions with Professor Bowman (comm studies)

By Carolyn Newsome Staff Writer Professor Brian Bowman is the newest addition to the Campbell University Department of Communication Studies. Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, he spent his college career as a Campbell Camel, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in mass communication. Additionally, Bowman holds a Master of Arts degree in technology and […]

Meet the new dean of the School of Business

By Abigail Pore Staf Writer This summer, Campbell welcomed Kevin O’Mara as the new dean of the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. Recently, The Campbell Times met up with him to discuss his experience so far at Campbell. Q: What influenced your decision to come to Campbell? A: “At previous schools, the part my of career […]

Meet the Staff: Rachel Davis

By Matthew Sokol Editor-in-Chief Rachel Davis is a sophomore pursuing a double major in English and History. Davis is an assistant editor, looking over features and sports. Q: Why did you choose to join The Campbell Times staff when you were a freshman? A:  I wanted to join The Campbell Times because I was interested […]

Honesty Hour: I hate my roommate

Every issue, we will answer an anonymous question from one of our readership. Today, we’ll be discussing roommate struggles and how to resolve conflict. I can’t stand my roommate. We have really different personalities and she’s difficult to talk to. She also goes to bed early, and I like to stay up late to do homework, […]

5 life tips for incoming freshmen

By Dylan Lord Opinion Editor With many freshmen coming in, I thought I would share some senior wisdom I’ve learned over the years, so you don’t make the same mistakes I did. 1. Choose your major now. I’m not saying in a week, but you should definitely try to by the end of the semester […]

We’re ready for fall fashion

By Kaitlyn Dixon Staff Writer Fall is right around the corner and students are getting excited for the things that come with colder weather: pumpkin spice… everything, leaves changing, pumpkin carving and much more. Every year the latest fashion trends come and go. What do the fall season fashion trends look like this year? For […]