But it’s Cookout!

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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 […]

Feeling Squirrley?

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If you haven’t heard, the yearbooks have been sent to the publisher, and delivery is this month!! Hurrah!!!! We are so very excited; however, we are not excited about the fact that this year, the Pine Burr will not be free for students. In years past, it has always been free. I suppose we can […]

Dead or Alive?

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Last week held a great many zombies on campus, and no I don’t mean sleep deprived students. There were literal zombies. Why? Because it was Zombie themed week here on campus. CAB hosted several events from Spring Fling where students volunteered their time to put smiles on developmentally disabled adults faces to a zombie carnival […]

Bacon Love

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I consider myself a lover of bacon. I mean, what doesn’t taste better with bacon? It is fabulous, and of course so are pigs. That being said, I don’t know if I want to eat bacon anytime soon. What happened you may ask to change my love of bacon? The answer is nothing. I still […]

Don’t Miss the Party

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  Parties–who doesn’t like them? Most do like them, but there was a different sort of party going on in Lundy Fetterman recently thanks to the Dr. Merry for hosting. If you missed out, don’t worry, it is only the first of many! On January 31, 2014, Dr. Merry hosted the first Campbell lan party of […]

The Procrastinator’s Costume

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Halloween is in less than a week, and if you are like me and every other college student you are probably two things: a professional procastinator and broke. These are serious problems when it comes to dressing up for Halloween; it is more than what should I wear, but is what should I be? Here […]

Fall Break with a Cause

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Nicole Fitzgerald, a junior Social Work major, gives an account of her fall break trip to a rural community. Nicole, along with Laura Stafford, Shienacey Pair, Brittney Ledford, Julia Johnson, Brittney Schlenz, Kelli Karl, and Amanda Morris all spent time in a rural community to learn what it is like, and how they can help. […]

Counting Down the Days

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Olivia Henry, an English major junior, has always wanted to go to England, and this summer her dream was fulfilled during a Campbell Study Abroad trip. Olivia counted down the days until her departure, and after she came home, she started counting down the days until she could return. It was certainly an experience of […]

Camo in the Kitchen

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Upon entering Hannah Joyce’s apartment, a delightful aroma envelops you and makes your mouth water. On the stove is a dish full of lasagna… the definition of yummy! This lasagna has a personal touch, though, and not because it was homemade. The spinach lasagna was made with deer meat that Hannah harvested herself. It certainly explains […]

Something to Peep About

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Mrs. Williams’ developmental anatomy class had a busy weekend welcoming  in a  group of new peeps! The class spent all hours of the weekend coming in to check on the new chicks,  moving the hatched ones from the incubator to their heat lamp, checking  their  food, water and their health status. Students had to sign up […]

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