“It’s in God’s Hands now”

Last night was the final night of preliminary competition. Graduate student Brittany Thornton competed in swimsuit Sami McDaniel played a beautiful piece on the piano for her talent Scarlett Short performed a lyrical dance for her talent Sue Ann Forrest wore a stunning green evening gown and answered her onstage question about how women need … Continue reading “It’s in God’s Hands now”

D1 Athlete or Coach: Do you have what it takes?

Many kids grow up with the desire to play sports at the Division 1 level, which is the highest level of collegiate sports. Although, this may be a dream for many, it will only become a reality for few. Yes, talent does play a huge factor in getting to this level; however, there are other … Continue reading D1 Athlete or Coach: Do you have what it takes?

Overcoming Failure: Baseball vs. Life

Baseball is a game of failure. It will also teach you many valuable lessons about life. Imagine failing at 70% of everything you do. How would you deal with it? Welcome to the life of a baseball player. In baseball, getting a hit 3 out of every 10 at-bats is considered successful. In fact, so … Continue reading Overcoming Failure: Baseball vs. Life

ANDREW WITCZAK: ROAD 2 RECOVERY

On Saturday, April 18, 2015, in a conference game against Charleston Southern, Andrew Witczak gets the start on the mound for the Camels. He cruises through the first inning and goes back out for the second. With no runners on and one out, the second batter of the inning steps in the box. Andrew works … Continue reading ANDREW WITCZAK: ROAD 2 RECOVERY

My Cheer Experience

Cheer leading, typically thought of as a girls sport, or not even a sport at all, but not usually associated with males. This stereotype is very untrue. Cheerleading has tons of males involved in it, especially during the competition aspect of it. Cheer involves lifting people in the air, not throwing a 2lb ball. There … Continue reading My Cheer Experience

Preview of the Week

Come celebrate the closing of the semester with the Winter Formal hosted by CAB Formals dress up and dance the night away.  Then to get more into the Christmas spirit spread the Christmas cheer by volunteering at the Community Christmas Store in Carter Gym that helps underprivileged children receive Christmas presents. Monday: 5pm CAB General … Continue reading Preview of the Week

Happy Hump Day

Tomorrow is TAG Day! Campbell donors have gave around 17.5 million dollars this year to our school. You may not notice all of the things that are donated by donors. A few things include: The Trust Center, The Lundy Fountain, D.Rich, seats in Turner, Desks, and much more! Please remember to show your support of our … Continue reading Happy Hump Day