Camels in the mission field

By Richard Williams, Staff Writer A few of Campbell’s own students spent their summers serving in the mission field, both in the States and out of the country. Here is an inside look at the some of the journeys this summer.   Taylor Ratley, Senior Religion major Ratley went back to South Africa for a second […]

Netflix bingeing based on your major

By Katlyn Clark, Features Editor Let me guess: It has been a rough week, hasn’t it? With a mountain of work congregating on the edge of your desk and deadlines riding your back, you need an escape. Well, the medication you need is simple: Netflix. Now, you may be wondering what to watch. That’s why I’ve […]

Crema given Big South volleyball honor

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer Senior volleyball player Mary Crema was awarded the Preseason Big South All Conference honor for the second year in a row. Last season, Crema played in every set for 31 matches, tallied 41 aces and hit her career high of 40 digs against Radford. Crema transferred to Campbell University three years […]

Column: Looking forward with Coach Horne

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Campbell women’s soccer team head coach Stuart Horne is now in his second year as head coach, and is looking to build upon the seed he planted last season in 2014. This year, the team is off to a great start with a record of 4-1. The Camels started the season […]

Tailgate turns into CU’s first triumph

  By Taylor Mckaig Staff Writer While players were lacing up for Thursday night’s football game, camel fans were kicking back at the first tailgate of the season. Orange and black was represented at nearly every corner of the lot. Camelot flooded with pre-game excitement as students, parents and faculty pitched their tents and fired […]

Campbell takes down South Carolina State 1-0 in Wednesday night Showdown

  By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor BUIES CREEK, N.C. — Campbell defeated South Carolina State 1-0 on Wednesday evening to improve their record to 3-1. Junior forward Payton Orsmby scored in the 85th minute of play after redshirt senior Ashley Clark fed her the ball earning the assist on the play along with junior defender […]

Great Expectations: Students pleased with CU Welcome Week

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer Picture, if you will, a muggy day in Buies Creek. Hordes of people are unpacking cars filled to the brim with their belongings. Sweat trickles down your face as you bring the last item into your room, which appears to be rather bare at the moment. A couple of hours pass. […]

ZipCar rolls into campus

By Kasey Snyder, Staff Writer Along with new faces around campus, there will be a new addition to the campus: the ZipCar. ZipCar is a service offered to students and faculty at Campbell who need to drive on and off campus and may not have their own car to use. The idea to bring the national […]

Justice students travel abroad in London

By Richard Williams, Staff Writer Sitting in a classroom, reading about the origins of a college major, and envisioning what it might have been like in the beginning is interesting. However, being able to read about it and then walk out and see where it all began is simply breathtaking. That’s exactly what the eight students […]

Campbell welcomes new communication studies professors

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer The start of the school year is now fully under way. Classes have been in session for two weeks, friends are reuniting and students are falling into new routines. Campbell’s freshmen are adjusting to college life and exploring new freedoms. Not all of Campbell’s new family are students, however. This semester, […]