New employment outlook shows mixed views

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer An issue prominent in the minds of many college graduates, as well as college students nearing graduation, is the current state of the job market. With President Obama working to cut unemployment and assist those struggling financially, new policies impacting jobs are or may soon be in effect. In 2014, […]

Music Dept. close to All-Steinway piano goal

By Matthew Sokol News Editor Campbell University’s Music department is closer in reaching its goal of becoming part of an All-Steinway school thanks to a gift from Campbell alumna Ester Howard, who graduated in 1944. Campbell University needed $10,000 in order to achieve the Steinway Grant Challenge. The Clark Charitable Trust, of Lincoln, Massachusetts, established […]

‘Redheaded Camel’ finds success on Etsy

By Rachel Rock Features Editor June 25, 2013, was the start of an artistic adventure for sophomore business administration and history double major Sarah Roberson. This was the day Roberson started a blooming business selling her artwork through the Etsy shop, The Redheaded Camel. A self-taught artist, Roberson has been painting since her junior year […]

Loan reimbursements coming too late

By Louis Duke Staff Writer Thursday, Jan. 29, a full 22 days after the semester began, is when I received my student loan reimbursement this semester. Like so many of my peers, I am able to attend college almost entirely thanks to scholarships and loans, the kinds of financial aid on which this institution prides […]

Is Campbell still safe?

By Valerie Procopio Staff Writer After two armed robberies near campus, there are still many questions left unanswered. Why did it take so long for the University to alert students to the robbery? Why wasn’t campus put on lockdown? What connection, if any, does the armed robber have to campus? There were also many inaccuracies […]

Personal branding and the social media game

By Sean Neal Editor Maybe the newsflash I’m about to give you is a little dated, especially since this is supposed to be an article in a newspaper. Regardless, here it is: social media is a game changer and is having a huge impact in all of our lives. Enlightening, right? Unless you are in […]

Griffin takes step towards NBA with All-Star Game

By Brooke Williams Staff Writer Campbell alumnus and former basketball team member Eric Griffin is just on the cusp of his dream to play in the NBA. Griffin, who graduated from Campbell in 2012 after playing for the men’s basketball team for two years, is currently a member of the Dallas Mavericks’ D-League affiliate, the […]

Baseball gets ready for season with ‘Meet the Camels’

By Eric Ortiz Staff Writer The Fighting Camels baseball team welcomed its younger fans to “Meet the Camels” on Saturday, Feb. 7. The Meet the Camels event gave fans, most of whom were children, an opportunity to be a part of the start of the 2015 season. Autographs, a skill clinic, and prize giveaways were […]

Lacrosse underdogs have high hopes for new season

By LynJosha Russell Sports Editor The Lady Camels are ready to start their season on Feb. 20 at Old Dominion. They have been training since the fall and are prepared to start strong in their third full season as a program. With a range of freshmen, sophomores and juniors, the team is looking to be […]

Theatre department takes on historic Italian style with “The Purse”

By Katlyn Clark Staff Writer Campbell’s Department of Theatre Arts has winter drama rehearsals in full swing as they near opening night, Feb. 19. This year’s winter drama “The Purse” was written by Professor E. Bert Wallace, who is also directing the play. The production contains an eight-person cast where all of the characters are […]