Are you going to miss going to the beach? Well maybe there is still some hope Monday night. On Monday October 22nd the beach will be in the creek! That’s right camels it is shag night. Come out to the academic circle at 7pm to get that beach feeling one more time before the fall weather really hits us.
Join CAB on 11.04 to watch the CAROLINA PANTHERS vs. the TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS at the Bank of America Stadium! Signups start today in Wallace Student Center and the trip is $25! CAB hopes to CU there!
Bring your furry friends and show your support for canine caregivers!
EAKES ATHLETIC COMPLEX @ 6:30pm!
**The first 100 people to bring their pups will receive a matching dog collar charm and bracelet!
Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel! Frankenstein week will run from October. 15th-18th.
First up we have, A Special Library Exhibit, “Monstrous Questions: Enduring Dilemmas from Shelley’s Frankenstein,” will run from October 15-November 30 for the 200th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
A young author in the Romantic period writes a “ghost story” for fun…and its insights into the human condition remain as vital today as in Mary Shelley’s time. Come spend some time at this exhibit, explore the text, and connect the dots to very real 21st-century moral quandaries.
Learn more here: http://library.campbell.edu/frankenstein-exhibit.
Stay tuned for the rest of the Frankenstein Week events!
Don’t forget the Supplies Drive for Hurricane Florence Relief (Oct. 2-26) is still going on. Campbell University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine is holding a supplies drive to help those affected by Hurricane Florence. Supplies may be dropped off at the Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences and Smith Hall. They are taking supplies such as insect repellent, cleaning supplies, toiletries, non-perishable food items etc.
If you would like your club in the yearbook please have your club/organizational leader sign up for club photos. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to do so!