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Five ways to let go of perfection and comparison

By ABIGAIL PORE Assistant Editor Perfection is something people either strive for or hate. It’s getting a 100 on that test you were really trying to study for and feeling great or it’s studying that hard and getting a 89 or even a 94 and still thinking you should have …

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SGA Minutes: Jan. 25

By ANDREW SOWERS Assistant Editor The Student Government Association met Jan. 25 for their first meeting of the spring semester. The resignations of three members were accepted bringing the total number of vacancies to six. Most vacancies are in the senior class with four positions currently unfilled. The junior class …

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Entertainment

Book review: CAPTCHA-ing the essence

By AUSTEN BRENNAN Editor-in-Chief Despite the exponentially-increasing presence of computers in our daily lives, concepts like cybersecurity still remain nebulous and ill-defined…that is, until now. Written by Janine Kremling of UC San Bernardino and Campbell’s own Homeland Security Professor Amanda M. Sharp Parker, Cyberspace, Cybersecurity, and Cybercrime provides the most …

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Campbell Duo Have Historic Finishes At NCAA Championships

Larence Kipkoech (Left) and Amon Kemboi (Right). Photo by Scarborough Photography.   By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer   Amid the beginning of basketball and the closing of the soccer and football seasons, it can become easy to put other sports by the wayside. That is not to say that certain …

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Opinion

Being Grateful

By Rebecca Freeze Staff Writer   The holidays are among us, and we can all feel the excitement everywhere we go. Families are shopping and preparing for Thanksgiving dinner. Children are writing their wish lists to Santa Claus. Christmas decorations are being sold in every store, and people are decorating …

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Opinion

Ban school board literature bans, and a farewell address

By Anna Hill Opinions Editor @xOxGrimLove   Local boards of education decide the books that may or may not be permitted in each public school’s library. However, this does not mean that school boards are allowed to remove pre-existing books from the shelves of libraries. In 1982, in the Supreme …

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Opinion

Let not our unity lie in the graveyard

Arlington National Cemetery (Pictured Above) By Austen Brennan Editor-In-Chief @ABrennanCT   Whenever I visit Washington, DC, I take a trip to Arlington National Cemetery. Each walk through the perfectly straight rows of immaculate white headstones elicits a new epiphany; it is as though our fallen heroes convey a message to …

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Opinion

Health Care and Equality of Opportunity

  By Ryan McAllister Staff Writer @McAllister_CU   Ever since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was passed by former President Obama, it has been a polarizing issue in American politics. There have been so many efforts to repeal, replace, or revise the ACA that it is impossible to keep them …

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Team players in an under-served community

By Abigail Pore Assistant Editor @AbigailPore   On Nov. 14, Campbell opened a new addition to the School of Osteopathic Medicine in Dunn, NC, with the ribbon cutting ceremony for their new health center. The school had been a dream of former university president, Jerry M. Wallace, who the building …

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ThED Talks Build Relationship with North Carolina Community

By Rachel Davis Editor-In-Chief    What do the history of the Jezreel Valley, Paul’s writings on maternity, and the difficulty in finding God’s calling all have in common? They’re the three subjects, covered in rapid-fire succession, presented by Campbell University Divinity School (CUDS) professors at Sunday’s ThED Talks, held at …

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Discovering Under-served Communities: Campbell’s Revolutionary New Course

By Leah Tripp Staff Writer   If you are familiar with the communities surrounding Campbell University, then you are aware that Campbell functions much like an island; an institution associated with progress and accomplishment surrounded by communities that are largely underserved and struggling to flourish. It is these communities that …

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Meet your 2017-2018 Miss Campbell

Nicole Lonesky (Pictured Above)   By Campbell Times Staff   Meet Nicole Lonesky, a sophomore Criminal Justice and Homeland Security major from Raleigh.   Why were you initially interested in Miss Campbell? I have done pageants ever since I was a baby. I wanted to do Miss Campbell just because …

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Ways to Reduce Stress

Aminah Muhammad Staff Writer   Being a college student can be immensely challenging at times, and the feeling of becoming overwhelmed can sometimes make us want to just crawl into a corner and never come out. Whether it is the lump sum of work that is continuously being assigned from …

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Ignite Retreat Gives Students Opportunity to Make a Difference

By AnnaScott Cross Staff Writer   Every semester, Campbell students and faculty interested in community service travel to Asheville, North Carolina to participate in the Ignite Retreat. Hosted by the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation, students from several regional colleges come together to network, brainstorm, and develop projects that are designed …

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Five ways to beat the November slump

By Abigail Pore Assistant Editor   November tends to be the month that is either going too slow since you want to get to Thanksgiving break or too fast because you know once the break is over, finals are approaching. Either way, it’s the point where people want to be …

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