By Percia Williams Staff Writer Growing up in the early ‘90s, if a new song was played on the radio and you wanted to hear it again, you had to record it…on tape. Yes, on an actual cassette tape with an actual tape recorder. After listening to the song on the radio, you watched the […]
By Brooke Williams Staff Writer Thirty kills, one assist, one service ace, six digs, 18 blocks, and 42 points in just 14 sets. This is senior Lorin Thomas’ record thus far this season. Thomas is a 6-foot-2 middle blocker from Raleigh who has been playing volleyball for 10 years and playing for Campbell for […]
By LynJosha Russell Sports Editor There were positives to take from the Fighting Camel’s football opener on Aug. 28 against the Charlotte 49ers. The first was the crowd. Campbell fans set a Barker-Lane Stadium attendance record with an attendance of 6,472 people. The previous record of 6,044 was set in 2013 in Campbell’s home game […]
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A record crowd of 6,472 people filled the stands of Barker-Lane Stadium Thursday night as the Campbell Camels took on the UNC-Charlotte 49ers in the season opener for both teams. Campbell fell to Charlotte, 33-9. In the days leading up to kick-off, Campbell Athletics encouraged those attending to don their Campbell orange for an “Orange […]
Multi-talented Needtobreathe member Seth Bolt, who plays bass and mandolin, founded Plantation Studios when he was 16. He co-wrote a book with his brother and has recorded four albums with the band. Bolt has been with the Christian band since 2002. You have a new album coming out titled Rivers of the Wasteland. What […]
On Thursday, as a part of Campbell University “Spring Fling” week, CAB hosted a zombie themed carnival. The line into Gore Arena reached to the famous camel statue as students eagerly waited for a free t-shirt. After receiving a free shirt, students walked into the carnival to a host of food, games, and rides. The […]
When people hear the name Clay Aiken, they are reminded of the American Idol contestant who was the 2003 runner-up to Ruben Studdard, but not many associate him with politics. Clay Aiken, who visited Campbell’s campus Thursday, explained that throughout his entire life he has been a North Carolinian and had a strong interest in […]