Campbell to host its first Big SURS

By Richard Williams Staff Writer The seventh annual Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium will take place throughout Campbell’s campus on April 10 and 11. This will be the first time the University has hosted the event. Big SURS is a regional undergraduate research symposium hosted by the Big South Athletic Conference. “Basically what it is, […]

Aramark to use cage-free eggs by 2020

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer The standards of egg production have long been a topic of debate. While opinions differ on which chicken farm conditions are best, the cage-free movement has been advancing across the nation. Aramark, the provider of Campbell’s food services, is one company that as of March 12 is making the choice […]

Nursing school and facility under way with groundbreaking

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Ground has officially been broken at the site of the soon-to-be Tracey F. Smith Hall of Nursing and Health Sciences and the Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing. The establishment and naming of the Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing, the University’s eighth school, was approved Wednesday, March 25, the […]

Changes to curriculum strike impact

By Matthew Sokol News Editor Starting in the 2015–2016 academic school year, changes to the general core curriculum will reduce GCC requirements by seven credit hours and apply to all undergraduate students. While the changes reduce the GCC hour requirements, the number of hours required for graduation will stay the same. A number of courses […]

New club unites sports business-minded students

By Matthew Sokol News Editor New to Campbell this spring is the Sport Leadership Club, bringing together any students interested in the sports business world, regardless of their major. The president of the club is senior sport management major Jonathan Boggs, who took the initiative to start the club. He has been working with Campbell […]

Five questions with the SGA Executive President-elect

By Rachel Rock Features Editor Junior trust and wealth management major Nick Hudson is the newly elected Student Government Association Executive President. Here, he answers a few questions letting students know a little bit more about him and his plans for SGA.  CT: Besides SGA, what activities are you involved with on campus? Hudson: Being […]

Bad politics: SGA Executive Board eliminates collaboration

By Andrew Ryan Hall, Senior Class President and Zane Singletary, Freshmen Class President Contributing Writers Disclaimer: This characterization is not reflective of individuals on this board, but is a reflection on the board’s recent behavior. The purpose of a student government association is to be a deliberative body that collaborates and holds open discussions to […]

Duke and Procopio: Closing Thoughts

By Louis Duke and Valerie Procopio Staff Writers Looking back over our four years here, we’ve noticed a few things. Campbell can be great—we just have to work harder. Not just the administration. Us. Students. We have to give more. We need to demand more. Students need to stop accepting “apathetic” as a legitimate point […]

Missing papers, harassment follow last issue’s column

By Sean Neal Editor In our last issue, staff writers Louis Duke and Valerie Procopio wrote a column on the recent SGA executive elections. Published in the opinion section, the article presented their views concerning the lack of publicity for the recent SGA executive election, among other personal opinions on the subject. The column has […]

SGA execs refute ‘bogus’ claims

By Sue Ann Forrest, Nick Hudson, Danielle Barnes, Phil Hedrick, Stephanie Laird, Mark Jones, Keith Boyette and Megan Avery—SGA Executive Board We are writing today to negate the statements put forth in Mr. Duke and Ms. Procopio’s article about the SGA executive elections on Feb. 25, as well as the slanderous and derogatory remarks about […]