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Estonian Celebration of Mardipäev

By Wesley Withrow Staff Writer   With Halloween behind us, the times of nightly activities for a ghoulish sensation has ended in America for the year but is still yet to come to other places in the world. Mardipäev, or St. Martin’s Day, is celebrated in Estonia, and many other …

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Sports

Campbell Wins Over Johnson and Wales

Photo by Scarborough Photography   By: Erin Scott Staff Writer @ErinScott07   BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Men’s basketball returned to the Creek Monday night, winning over Johnson and Wales in a 98- 53 match-up. Campbell was lead in scoring by sophomore Marcus Burk, who hit seven three-point shots and 31 …

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Features

A Look At Amanda Powell

Amanda Powell, Director of Marketing at Campbell University. Photo by Scarborough Photography   By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer   Academics may be a primary focus of Campbell University, but attracting fans and promoting the school’s athletic programs is also a focus that requires just as much attention. In the last …

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Opinion

View: Let the NFL have their free speech, too

By Ryan McAllister Staff Writer The recent controversy over NFL players kneeling for the national anthem has invited debate about respecting the American flag and peaceful protesting. While I do not personally agree with the protesting, I urge respect for the players’ right to free speech. Their right to protest …

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Sports

Cross Country Takes First, Second At Conference

Original Photo by Scarborough Photography. Edit by Ka’Deem Wynn   By Ka’Deem Wynn Assistant/Sports Editor @KaDeemWynn   The men’s and women’s cross country teams of Campbell University traveled to Lynchburg, Va to compete in this year’s Big South Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Oct. 28, hosted by Liberty University on …

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Features

Homecoming 2017: A celebration in the Creek

By Leah Tripp Staff Writer Break out the orange and black, locate any camel related items you may have, and muster up every bit of school spirit: it’s homecoming week in the Creek! Homecoming is a time for community, connection, and celebration of all things Campbell. Whether it’s your first …

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News

The Camels who make homecoming happen

By Donny Stewart Jr. Staff Writer An instrumental part to the growth of homecoming has been the Department of Alumni Engagement, a department driven to help engage Alumni in the overall Campbell experience. Sarah Swain, the assistant Vice President of this department, helped give insight to the role that the …

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Features

Remembering a lifetime of Campbell history

By Andrew Sowers Staff Writer Dorothea Stewart-Gilbert has been at Campbell University for most her life. She still lives in the house she was born in and has stayed local even when she leaves. Stewart-Gilbert’s journey at Campbell began in kindergarten when she attended what was then Buies Creek Elementary …

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Features

‘Soup’ supports non-profits

By AnnaScott Cross Staff Writer On Oct. 18, Campbell participated in an international program called Soup. At this event, five nonprofits from throughout Harnett County met in Lynch Auditorium to tell about their work. Members of the community paid five dollars to come eat a soup dinner while watching these …

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News

Stereotypes abolished at Communications Week

By AnnaScott Cross Staff Writer What are you studying? What do you want to do when you graduate? Many people ask these questions about communication studies skeptically. There is a popular misconception that it is an easy major which will lead to zero job opportunities. Communication Week, which took place …

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Features

Remembering the Reformation

By Wesley Withrow Staff Writer While walking in Wiggins Memorial Library, one may notice the display along the wall to the Kivett entrance with typed information and old books. This is a display in dedication to the Protestant Reformation lead by Martin Luther. This year, on Oct. 31, will be …

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Entertainment

Six movies you have to watch this Halloween

By Aminah Muhammad Staff Writer Halloween is on its way, and nothing is better than popping in a good movie on Halloween night. Here are some Halloween–themed and horror films that are great and highly suggested to watch while accompanied by friends and family. The Nightmare before Christmas (1993) If …

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News

10 years of Campbell football: Program has hit a winning stride

How far has Campbell University’s football program come in 10 years? Consider this: In its second game as a program — after a hiatus from football of more than 50 years — the Camels lost to Div. III Methodist, 32-21, in its first road game (even though the road trip …

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(Re)building blocks are in place for Coach Minter

By Aaron Schnoor Staff Writer It was one of the most dominating wins in college football history. A 62-24 victory over the Florida Gators by the Nebraska Cornhuskers, marking Nebraska’s fifth national championship. For the nation, it was a shocking blowout in what was supposed to be a close game. …

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After 73 years, Capt. Lanier comes home

By Andrew Sowers @andrew_sowers After nearly three-quarters of a century, Capt. Fulton Pershing Lanier returned home to Lillington on Sept. 28. Surrounded by friends, family and veterans, Lanier — one of more than 400,000 Americans killed during World War II — was buried alongside his parents with full military honors …

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