Editorial: Tips for the 2015 freshman

By Rachel Rock & Christian Hornaday Editor in Chief & Assistant Editor With the first full week of school completed, we are sure most new students are overwhelmed with the many changes of college life. We know for a fact that there are at least 1,398 students who still do not quite know if they […]

Column: Pros and (many) cons of Donald Trump

By Omar Hourani, Staff Writer I will start with pros because it is the shorter list. Because of his wealth, Donald Trump would be hard to bribe. While other politicians may often be influenced by special-interests and lobbyists, Trump wouldn’t owe anyone any favors if he’s president. The cons are, of course, so vast that only […]

Beach balls and Bantum Rooster

By Taylor Mckaig , Staff Writer CAB hosted Beach in the Creek on Friday night, helping many students unwind after the first full week of classes. People of all ages gathered around the lighted stage, which illuminated Academic Circle and created the perfect atmosphere for food, fun and dance. The event kicked off with a display […]

Campbell football prepares for home opener under the lights

By Matthew Sokol Sports Editor Football is back in the Creek Thursday night, with former Carolina Panther Mike Minter entering his third season as head coach. The Camels look to build upon last season’s 5-7 record, and they started the season off right with the fourth-place rank in the Pioneer Football League preseason standings. Minter […]

Ashley Clark honored by Big South Conference

By Matthew Sokol Sports Editor Redshirt senior Ashley Clark was given the honor of being named the 2015 Big South Conference Preseason Attacking Player when the polls came out on August 11th. In the 2014 season, Clark tallied eight goals and 18 points. She achieved great success last season with four game-winning goals. Clark started […]

New men’s soccer coach growing ‘fond’ of Campbell

By LynJosha Russell, Assistant Editor Men’s head soccer coach Dustin Fonder is bringing his soccer coaching talents all the way from High Point University, where he led the program to set school records for conference wins over eight seasons. Fonder was twice the Big South Conference Coach of the Year and led High Point to the […]

Yik Yak goes global, plays role in campaigns

By Richard Williams Staff Writer Around this time last year, if you asked someone ‘What’s Yik Yak?’, chances are they had no idea what you were talking about. Since then, Yik Yak has grown from 70 users to well over 300. That’s nearly a 400 percent increase in users, just here on the campus of […]

President Wallace reflects before retiring his title

By Sean Neal Editor In the past 12 years, a lot has changed for Campbell. Within that time, the campus gained a convocation center, the football program returned and new medical programs have been established, to name a few major changes. As president of Campbell University for the past almost 12 years (it’ll be 12 […]

BigSURS brings student research to the Creek

By Christian Hornaday Staff Writer Campbell University hosted a number of schools within the Big South Conference, among others, on April 10 and 11, as home to the seventh annual Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium. Showcasing research topics ranging from biology to communication studies, students had the opportunity to share papers and presentations on topics […]

Professor Pete Kenny leaves communication studies legacy

By Devin McCray Staff Writer This year, the Communication Studies department will say goodbye to an instructor who is, as his pupils will attest, “popular with students.” Professor Pete Kenny, or as his students call him “PK,” has taught in Campbell’s Communication Studies department for about seven years. Among his notable accomplishments at Campbell, Kenny, […]