Lacrosse underdogs have high hopes for new season

By LynJosha Russell Sports Editor The Lady Camels are ready to start their season on Feb. 20 at Old Dominion. They have been training since the fall and are prepared to start strong in their third full season as a program. With a range of freshmen, sophomores and juniors, the team is looking to be […]

Theatre department takes on historic Italian style with “The Purse”

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer Campbell’s Department of Theatre Arts has winter drama rehearsals in full swing as they near opening night, Feb. 19. This year’s winter drama “The Purse” was written by Professor E. Bert Wallace, who is also directing the play. The production contains an eight-person cast where all of the characters are […]

Movies to prep you for this year’s Academy Awards

By Emily McIntosh Entertainment Editor So you’re trying to impress this girl you met in your English class. Or your mom has forced you to hang out with your pretentious aunt and uncle from the Hamptons. Or you just really like movies. Whatever your reason, the Oscars is the perfect time of the year to […]

Ballet your way into the spring season

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer If you tend to think “comfort” like I do, you also opt for effortless, easy-to-walk-in shoes around campus. In the winter, UGGs are the perfect go-to. They provide warmth, and give your feet a break from heeled-boots or other more restricting footwear. I like to wear my stylish boots every […]

Campbell student will see if he has ‘The Voice’

By Rachel Rock Features Editor Valentine’s Day this year is about more than candy hearts and love notes for junior Austin Phelps. For him, Feb. 14 marks the day he has a shot at following his dream. On Valentine’s Day, Phelps has an audition for the national singing competition show, “The Voice”. The communication studies […]

J.A. Campbell gains prime spot to overlook his campus

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Showing up almost an hour prior to the scheduled event, students braved the frigid temperatures in order to witness the unveiling of a new piece of history brought to campus. Britt Davis, Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Assistant to the President, opened the statue unveiling ceremony with a recap […]

Students get a blast from the past at Founders Week exhibit

By Katria Farmer Online Copyeditor Students took a step back in time when they entered Marshbanks, Thursday. As a part of Founders Week, special meal options inspired by Campbell’s history were made available to students for lunch and dinner in the Blast from the Past Dining Experience. In addition to trying dishes likely savored by […]

Camels win in Founders Week kickoff game

By LynJosha Russell Sports Editor The Camels pulled out a strong win against the Blue Hose Tuesday night for the Founders Day game with a score of 53-66. In the first half, both teams were neck and neck with Presbyterian in the lead for most of the time. At the 4:45 mark Campbell took their […]

Meet and Greet allows students to get to know future president, Creed

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Energy was in the air Thursday, as students, faculty and alumni gathered to meet with Campbell’s new president-elect during a series of events throughout the day. The Dr. Creed Meet and Greet schedule began at 10 a.m. with an introduction to faculty and staff in Butler Chapel, where Creed gave […]