Track and field jumps, runs and hurdles to success

  By Sierra Fox, Staff Writer Campbell University’s track and field stars have had strong showings during their indoor season. Now, they are excited to bring it on again at the outdoor Big South Conference Championship May 10–12 at Liberty University. For the women, Shenelle McKay finished first in the high jump earlier this year at […]

Milhouse on the road to the NFL

By LynJosha Russell , Assistant Editor Campbell Football not only has one, but three players that are NFL Draft prospects. The one that seems to capture many professional NFL teams’ eyes is senior defensive lineman Greg Milhouse Jr. Milhouse, 6’3, 295 pounds, from Garner, N. C., came to Campbell in his junior year after transferring from […]

Senior Spotlight: From Buies Creek to the Big Apple

By Katlyn Clark, Life Editor Senior theatre major Lori Minor is about to head to the city that never sleeps. Minor grew up in the Campbell community and was able to pursue her passion for acting. “I’ve always been interested in singing. When I was in elementary school I was given the opportunity to audition for […]

Theatre department presents “This Body the Earth”

  By Taylor Mckaig , Staff Writer  Director Bert Wallace brings an adaptation of Paul Green’s novel, “This Body the Earth,” front and center to CU’s stage in the theatre department’s annual spring production. Wallace decided to write a stage production of the novel because it hit very close to home. That’s right, the story is […]

Football player is named first ever Mr. Campbell

By Sierra Fox , Staff Writer  Campbell student and Miss Princess of North Carolina Meagan Shaffer hosted the first ever Mr. Campbell pageant on April 15 at 7 p.m. in Turner Auditorium. Knox Gibson, Parker Gallagher, Ian McAlister, Geoffrey Leins and Laurin O’Briant were all participants. Ian McAlister was runner-up and the first-ever Mr. Campbell was […]

The truth about the war against the South

By Dylan Lord, Staff Writer A white male walked into a black church and opened fire on June 17, 2015, killing nine and injuring others. According to sources, the shooter was looking to start a race war, and ended up adding more heat to the national debate on the controversy of the Confederate flag. Many argue […]

Tips to make the most out of this summer

By Rachel Rock & Christian Hornaday, Editor-in-Chief & Assistant Editor With the semester winding down, it is time to look into your summer plans. Since we know it is going to be incredibly hard to adjust back to a few months of quiet, home life after spending a year in the roaring town of Buies Creek, we […]

Camels strive for greatness this summer

By Christopher West, Staff Writer Although the summer has yet to begin, it is already off to a busy start for some of Campbell’s students. Many students have traded in beach chairs and sand between their toes for office chairs far, far away from any shoreline. Sierra Fox, for instance, has gone from picking up ground […]

Dr. Larsen named professor of the year

By Kaitlyn Dixon, Staff Writer  Michael Larsen, chair of the department of Biological sciences and well-known environmentalist in eastern North Carolina, was named Professor of the Year for the 2015–2016 school year. This is his second time being named Professor of the Year; his first was in 2011. “The honor is even more meaningful because it […]