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‘Dress’-up for your next spring occasion

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer Easter is Sunday, April 5, and between schoolwork and campus engagements you may not have had time to pick out that perfect Easter dress yet. Or maybe you need a last-minute look for an upcoming end-of-the-year banquet. Perhaps you don’t even have a specific occasion, …

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Features

Stan Cole looks back on CU’s run in NCAA

By John Capers Staff Writer The NCAA tournament is under way, and it has been one of the hottest topics in conversation nationwide. Will Kentucky have the perfect season, or will they be upset? What team will be the “Cinderella story” this year? While March Madness is now an entertaining …

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Features

Going the distance with Morgan Timiney

By Brooke Williams Staff Writer On Saturday, March 21, a 27-year-old Campbell record was broken. Redshirt-senior Morgan Timiney set his personal best and the school record for his 1:53.30 800 meter run at the Wake Forest Open, the Track and Field team’s first outdoor meet of the season. “I’m really …

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News

Camels fall to Radford in weekend series

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer The Fighting Camels baseball team dropped three conference games, 3-1, 9-2 and 6-2 to the Radford Highlanders over the weekend in Campbell’s first three-game sweep since 2011. Sunday, the Highlanders took advantage of the Camels slow start earlier in the weekend by scoring a run …

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Features

CAB hosts a state fair in spring

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer Wednesday, Campus Activity Board held their rendition of the state fair in Saylor Park for Spring Fling week. Students lined up for the event before 6 p.m. to receive free T-shirts that showed the weekly events for Spring Fling and featured Gaylord as Uncle Sam. …

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Features

Club to host ninth annual 5K honoring Webb

By Devin McCray Staff Writer Campbell University’s Athletic Training Club will hold its ninth annual Jennifer Webb 5k race Saturday, March 28, at 9 a.m at the Convocation Center. The annual race is held in memory of Jennifer Lynne Webb, a graduate student who while attending Campbell, was killed in …

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Features

In Selma, 50 years after Bloody Sunday

By Louis Duke Staff Writer Standing before the infamous Edmund Pettus Bridge on March 7, Georgia Congressman John Lewis addressed the thousands gathered to commemorate a monumental day in history. “Our country will never, ever be the same because of what happened on this bridge.” said Lewis. “This city, on …

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Entertainment

Campbell welcomes spring with first Holi Festival

By Rachel Rock and Elissa Tew Features Editor, Staff Writer On Thursday, March 12, CAB hosted its own Holi Festival in Saylor Park to celebrate the beginning of the spring season. Holi, or the Festival of Colors, is originally a Hindu tradition, but has become a celebratory way for anyone …

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Features

Former Campbell basketball player returns to join faculty

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer Considered one of the greats in Campbell basketball history, Tarick Johnson has a lot on his resumé. He’s a member of the 1,000 Point Club and sits 20th on the all-time scoring list, netting 1,180 points during his four year Campbell career from 2000–2004. He …

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Features

The outdoors brings club together, draws interest

By Yasmeen Richie Staff Writer Often called “The Rugged Camels,” the Outdoor Club continues to tackle the outdoors in its third year at Campbell. Andrew Lane, a junior sports management major and president of the club, said, “The main goal for the club is to provide students with a love …

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Opinion

Column: SGA election was a sham

By Louis Duke and Valerie Procopio Staff Writers Did you know that the Student Government Association held elections for executive officers prior to Spring Break? Well, you’re certainly not the only one who missed the memo. Not only were nominations not announced on SGA’s social media pages or website, but …

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Opinion

Column: Experiencing Selma

By Louis Duke Staff Writer I was standing before a bridge. Not just any bridge—the bridge. The bridge that was left stained with the blood that sparked so much response 50 years ago. Now 50 years later, the stage before the bridge is full of faces. The faces of great …

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Opinion

Making strides in the world of student journalism

By Sean Neal Editor The issue you hold in your hands marks issue number 10 of The Campbell Times for the 2014–2015 school year. In the spirit of reaching this landmark of numbers, I’d like to reflect on some journalistic strides (and strides in the making) for our paper, starting …

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Opinion

Letter to the Editor: ‘Chapel Hill’ article shined new light

By Omnya Shiglawi I just want to thank Louis Duke and Valerie Procopio so much for writing such a powerful article. I am a Muslim Arab-American at Campbell and I personally knew these three individuals. I was so furious at Campbell not doing anything for this tragic event, or even …

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