Did You Know? St. Patrick’s Day Facts

  So now you know the history of St. Patrick’s Day, but here are a few added facts that you may not have known: Corned beef is a traditional St. Patrick’s Day meal. Green was not always the color of St. Patrick. It was originally blue. Green comes from the Irish roots. Leprechauns were first […]

Brrrrr….Starting Back

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In case you haven’t noticed, A) It has been freezing the past few days B) Classes started This may or may not be rather depressing. I haven’t decided. All I know, was it was cold and many layers of clothes were needed. The time, though, has come. Another semester has begun. So, officially, welcome back. […]

Turkey Talk


Thanksgiving is in two, TWO days!!! Can you believe that? That also means exams are coming up, the semester is almost over, and Christmas is only 29 days away!! Good gracious, I do believe we are entering a whirl wind. I hope none of you have procrastinated like I have and will be studying or […]

A Note from The Lyricist on Rejection

Let’s talk rejection. The ‘r’ word is probably the scariest three syllables you’ll ever come across. Take every horror movie out there, and absolutely none could ever be as frightening and soul-crushing as the feeling of being unwanted. Freddy? Jason? Michael? They’ve got nothing on the intimidating lady manager from McDonald’s who said you simply […]

Letter from the Editors

Hey guys! We wanted to first of all say thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth at Street Fair. Every single one of the chocolate covered pretzels were gone…even the broken ones. The photo booth was a smash! All those amazing outfits with the hats, bling, glasses, and feathers are sure to win some kind of […]

The Feeling of Summer


The feeling is overwhelming, magnificent, exuberating, and just plain amazing. That feeling is brought on by the end of finals and the beginning of summer…the feeling that students all across campus are experiencing. Students may be exhausted from late night studying, and they may be sad to say good-bye to friends; however, those feelings are overcome with the […]

Medals Needed For Students to Graduate!


ATTENTION: If students wish to graduate, you must have the medals that were presented during the freshman medal ceremony. Everyone that went to the ceremony should have the medal and will be able to graduate. For those who didn’t go to the ceremony, there will be a fine. Hopefully, the majority of students have their […]

Where Do I Live? Part 2

Here is Part 2 to the Where Do I Live? posts which deals with the apartments on campus. Stadium: 2,3, or 4 Room Option 1-2 Bathrooms Fully Furnished Kitchen, Living Room, and Laundry Room These apartments are located near the football stadium across Hwy 421. Parking stickers are considered commuter. Macy Cook gives her perspective […]

Where Do I Live? Part 1


Monday, everyone got the lecture about housing sign-ups. It is now going to be done electronically, and preference is not given by credit hours. It is based off of how many years you have lived here. Besides all the changes, there is still one thing to decide… where do I live next year? Some of […]

A Warning

You may have gotten an email today from Campus Safety about being safe walking around campus. You may also be wondering why they might have sent this. There may be a reason. Conner Capshaw, a Campbell student, has reported being attacked on March 14 on the edge of campus. He is fine, but it is a situation that should […]


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