Throwback Thurdsay

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      Mascots are a big deal in sports and although the camels might not be super fierce, that may be because our Gaylord has a gentle side.  Shown in the picture is Gladys, his former partner in crime.  She has long been retired from the cheering world that Gaylord is still in, but […]

While You Were Gone…

While You Were Gone is a new weekly post that will be written on Mondays about all the great activities that happen on campus at Campbell University every weekend.   The past weekend, August 15-17, was move-in weekend for the fall semester 2014.  On Saturday, the largest incoming class of freshman were welcomed with many […]

SUMMER!!! Now what?

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Last day! Wait, what? It is hard to believe that today is the last day of the semester.  Now that classes have ended, and everyone is trying to recover from studying and exams, it is officially summer! Woooo!! Isn’t that exciting? I think so, but if you are like me, you are asking the question: […]

Final Q&A Tuesday

For our last Q&A with Campbell Faces, the editors, Joanna and Marisa share their experience as editors and bid farewell. Special thanks to Emily McIntosh for shooting and editing the video. Thank you to everyone who make the Yearbook possible all year long. We will miss you!    

But it’s Cookout!

A group of students study flashcards while waiting for Cookout

As a part of finals week, Campbell students got free Cookout. Yes, I said free! Some people lined up outside the door 2-3 hours ahead of the 8 o’clock go time. Despite rain looming and a few sprinkles here and there, students didn’t budge. Cookout is what they wanted and Cookout is what they would […]

Q&A with Campbell Faces

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Whitney Myers is a Healthcare Management senior from Charlotte, North Carolina. What is an interesting fact about you? An interesting fact about me is that I will eat pizza, macaroni and cheese, and cheez-its, but otherwise, I will not eat cheese at all. Also, I never mix my spaghetti and sauce together. I have to […]

They’re Here!

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The 2014 Pine Burr Yearbook has officially arrived on campus.  The book features thousands of photos and pictures of life at Campbell during the past year.  They’re free to main campus undergrads! The staff will be distributing books during the following times and locations: Monday, April 21 — 9:00 am – 4:00 pm,  Fellowship Commons Tuesday, April […]

Library Week 2014

Last week was completely filled with fun and activities at Wiggins Memorial Library.  April 7-11, 2014 was National Library Week and the library staff at Campbell definitely made the week exciting.  Monday was the edible book festival where students and faculty submitted food that represented a book.  There were many winners of the decorations such […]

Throwback Thursday

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How does this compare to our labs today? The 1946 labs look a bit like a mad science lab; however, the intensity of lab has probably not changed over the years. Notable science events in 1946: Karl von Frisch publishes “The Dances of the Bees” Chance Brothers produce the first all-glass syringe Robert Jarvik, co-inventor […]

Rising From Ashes

Exactly a week ago was the Lecture Symposium at Campbell University.  Lynch Auditorium was completely filled and there was even an overflow room of students who came to watch the documentary Rising From Ashes.  What was really great was that the director, T.C Johnstone, was also there to answer questions and provide background for the […]

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