Women dominate music charts

By Percia Williams Staff Writer With artists like Beyoncé, Iggy Azalea, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Rihanna, female performers are dominating music like never before. The top five songs currently on the Billboard Hot 100 chart are all by female artists. Holding the top spot, Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” […]

Creativity with gameday wear

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer This Saturday, Campbell Football hosts Valparaiso in Barker-Lane Stadium. When getting ready to attend this next game, consider branching out of the typical Campbell bookstore shirt and cap attire. You’ll be looking trendy and chic in no time with these tips on how to put together a stylish game day […]

‘Coach Stu’ no stranger to turning soccer programs around

By LynJosha Russell Sports Editor The Share-A-Coke message on the soda can sitting on Coach Stuart Horne’s desk reads “Legend.” It’s a title the new head coach of Campbell University’s Women’s Soccer Program wouldn’t mind earning one day. Horne comes to Campbell after serving as associate head coach at Elon University, and before that, head […]

Freshman forward key in men’s soccer’s fast start

By Brooke Williams Staff Writer The Big South Attacking Player of the Week is Campbell’s own Bradley Farias. The freshman forward from Indiantown, Fla. received this honor last week. “He is relentless in pursuit of the ball,” said head coach Steve Armas, echoing reasons behind Farias’s new title. Farias’s aggressiveness is also evidenced by his […]

Student Kendall Tart says “yes” to the dress

By Elissa Tew Staff Writer Campbell student Kendall Tart recently traveled to Atlanta for the experience of a lifetime; starring in an episode of hit TLC show, “Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta.” The episode is set to air sometime next Spring. Tart, a “small town girl,” and a senior studio art and graphic design […]

SGA swears in new officials and talks campus issues

By Yasmeen Richie Staff Writer Thursday night, the Student Government Association had their second congressional meeting of the year, where new freshman officials were sworn in, and the upcoming academic year was discussed. Freshman Class President Zane Singletary, Vice President Salem Carson, Secretary Casidy Havird, and six representatives for the class were all sworn in. […]

Three years a Camel Crazy

By Matthew Sokol Section Editor for Features and News If you’ve attended a sporting event at Campbell in the last three years, chances are you’ve witnessed the jumping, the shouting, the head-to-toe orange accessorizing, and the over-the-top Campbell school spirit that is Jonathan Boggs. Boggs began his career as a Campbell athletics fan his freshman […]

New nursing program draws big

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Campbell University’s new nursing program welcomed 85 students to its first-ever pre-nursing seminar to start the fall semester. The newest member of Campbell’s growing health sciences family is already the third-most popular major among the Class of 2018. The director of the nursing program is Dr. Nancy Duffy, who joined […]

Greek Life has a place to call home

By Matthew Sokol Section Editor of News and Features University housing, a new addition to Campbell’s campus this year, is now up and running for the Greek organizations Kappa Sigma, Delta Phi Epsilon and Phi Delta Theta. Kappa Sigma and Delta Phi Epsilon’s houses are located on Leslie Campbell Avenue. The house for Phi Delta […]

Opinion: Is Campbell choosing Greek over the greater good?

By Louis Duke and Valerie Procopio Staff Writers As we begin our senior year, we can’t help but notice a substantial change on campus this year: Greek life is everywhere. Recruitment, welcome week, at the games, and more; campus is crawling with Campbell Greek life. We’re not saying whether this is a good thing or […]