Business students learn about tax reform in Raleigh

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer On Thursday evening, the Campbell University School of Business hosted the R.A.T.E. (Reforming America’s Taxes Equitably) Coalition Tax Forum at the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law in Raleigh. The panel consisted of NC Representative David Lewis, Owner of Brown and Wood Inc. Bill Brown, NC Chamber Vice President of […]

African American Studies Club debates Ferguson

By Elissa Tew Staff Writer The fateful events of Ferguson, Missouri have impacted not only a nation, but also faculty members and students here at Campbell University. On Wednesday, the African American Studies Club held a debate on the Ferguson case, led by a six-person panel. The debate took place in Taylor Concert Hall. Members […]

Campbell student dies in a car accident

By Matt Sokol News Editor Campbell University lost one of its own with the passing of transfer student Kevin Brovich, who was killed in a car accident on Sept. 18. Brovich was 23. Brovich was a history major with a passion for history and geography, according to those who knew him. A native of Wilmington, […]

Communication studies students launch ‘Camel Cam’

By Rachel Rock Staff Writer Campbell University Athletics recently launched a new program to bring the latest sports news and interviews to all Fighting Camel fans. Titled “The Camel Cam,” the program is a new online sports show run by Campbell students. The episodes air every Thursday and are available to watch at www.gocamels.com/multimedia/camelcam. They […]

SGA official cleared in election protest

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer The Student Government Association cleared Zane Singletary of charges that he handed out unauthorized campaign literature, allowing him to remain the new freshman class president. Singletary won the position of Freshman Class President in a race against Gabriel Johnson, Clotilde Druhen and Marcus Mobley. He received in excess of 40 […]

Engineering program taking shape for 2016

By Yasmeen Richie Staff Writer Set to enroll its first class August 2016, the new Bachelor of Science in Engineering program is coming soon, and Campbell University aims to produce another competitive degree for students. While the program was announced in May, Dr. Mark Hammond, vice president for academic affairs and provost, said it has […]

J.A. Campbell bronze statue coming to campus

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Vice president of academic affairs and provost, Dr. Mark Hammond, has confirmed plans to add a new bronze statue to Campbell University’s main campus in Buies Creek of founder James Archibald Campbell. The bronze Gaylord statue in front of the Pope Convocation Center has been a popular place for student […]

3-D printer added at Wiggins Library

By Sierra Fox Staff Writer This year brings some new technological additions to Campbell’s campus. And they aren’t exactly your mom’s at-home HP printer. A new 3D printer has been added to the Wiggins Memorial library for student use. The technical name for the printer is The MakerBot Replicator 5th Generation 3D printer. Along with […]

North Carolinians choosing Campbell over other private schools

By Anjanette Alexander Staff Writer If you asked someone around campus where they are from, chances are you would not get many answers like Texas, New York or California. The University announced this week that Campbell University has more North Carolina natives than any other private college in the state within the past five years.  […]

Neal: Fall into exploring new places

Sean Neal Editor Ah, Fall. I think it could be summed up it three words: pumpkin, spice, and latte. Ok, maybe that’s only if you’re a basic white girl. Which I am, especially during Fall. Maybe these three words are a little more accurate for everyone else: sweaters, food, and of course football. Whatever your […]