Dealing with homesickness

Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer Homesickness: adjective; the distress or impairment caused by an actual or anticipated separation from home. Its cognitive hallmark is preoccupying thoughts of home and attachment objects. Homesickness can happen anywhere, and at anytime. Many people relate homesickness to people of a younger age when they are away from home at a sleepover […]

Deepher Dudes raises over 2000 for CF

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer Nicely dressed men, raw talent, and donations for a good cause; what else could you want in a men’s pageant? Deepher Dudes, hosted by Delta Phi Epsilon, was held in Turner auditorium on Nov. 12. Seven contestants competed for the title. More importantly, they were a part of something for a […]

How to keep your senioritis under control

By Katria Farmer, Online Editor It’s that time of year again: a time where motivation walks out the door and leaves you with that bundle of joy they call “responsibility,” a time of year where professors come together with nefarious plans to wipe out whatever’s left of your fragile GPA, and a time where you […]

A glimpse of Christmas in the creek

By Katlyn Clark, Entertainment Editor Students gathered around Butler Chapel to wait for the doors to open for the 9th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting service this past Tuesday night. It marked the beginning of the Christmas season in the creek. Once students arrived in Butler Chapel, the Student Government Association began handing out tickets for free […]

Camels progress to semifinals

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor   Despite the foggy night, the Fighting Camels soccer team defeated the Longwood Lancers in the quarterfinals Tuesday night 3-2. The first goal made by Lancers’ Daena Bodie assisted by Dan Campos. The Camels came back with a goal by Bradley Farias, assisted by Isaiah Page to tie the score […]

Q&A with junior golfer Nadine White

By Matthew Sokol, Sports Editor Nadine White, a junior on the Campbell women’s golf team, has earned the Big South Conference Women’s Golfer of the Week honor twice this season. At the Fighting Camel Fall Classic on Oct. 20, White finished as the runner-up for the second-straight year. White took some time to talk more about […]

Campbell men’s basketball team ready to take the court

By Devin McCray, Staff Writer The Campbell men’s basketball season will tip off Nov. 13 in Gore Arena at 8:15 p.m. as the Fighting Camels will face Montreat College. “I can’t believe the season is already here; it seems as though October has flew by us very quickly, but I feel like we have been quite […]

Lottie Dottie: Local jewelry for the classy camel

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer Suzanne Royal, the creator of Lottie Dottie custom and Heirloom Jewelry, has come a very long way with her jewelry. Royal has been in the jewelry business for nearly 15 years. It all began when her son, Chess, became interested in being in the business world. Chess was homeschooled by Royal […]

In case you forgot your table manners

By Taylor Mckaig, Staff Writer The art of dining etiquette seems to be all but lost, especially on a college campus. As we enter the real world, proper manners at the dinner table can be a useful asset in our arsenal of professionalism. The Business school gave students the opportunity to practice these skills last Tuesday […]

Eighth annual Battle of the Bands

By Rachel Davis, Staff Writer The atmosphere in Turner Auditorium was filled with high energy and excitement as bands from around North Carolina competed in Campbell University’s Battle of the Bands on Thursday night. Five bands competed in the event, which lasted from 8–10 p.m., for a chance to win a $100 dollar gift card and […]