Preview Of the Week

The rush of November has begun and the amount of activities it not an exception. This week support your Women’s Volleyball team and the football team at their upcoming games. If you aren’t interested in sports there is other options such as getting a free massage in the library or attending a Jam Session, this week is full of opportunities for a homework break!

Monday:

  • 7-10pm  “Spin into Success”
    • Free food, massages and help from the Student Success Center on the 3rd floor of the library

Wednesday:

  • 7pm: Women’s Volleyball
  • 8pm: Diwali: Victory of Light over Darkness with sparklers

Thursday:

  • 8pm: Jam Session @ Shouse
  • 8pm: Ensemble Concert: Scott

Saturday:

  • 1pm: Football VS. Jacksonville
  • 4pm: Women’s Volleyball

Sunday:

  • 4pm: Choral Concert: Butler Chapel

Q&A with Campbell Faces


Junior, Jenny Hegarty, is a Marketing major and an Psychology minor from Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina. Read this article to learn more about Jenny’s way of using her talents to show Campbell Pride.


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“I think it is so important to try new things without letting the fear of failure control your decision making process”

Q: What is an interesting fact about you?

I’ve taken a camp with the Radio City Rockettes, and had the opportunity to dance in the Radio City Music Hall for a week when I was in high school! It was such a life­changing experience that I will never forget!

Q: What activities do you participate in?

I am a Resident Assistant (RA) in Hedgpeth Hall, as well as a member of the Campbell University Dance Team, the Christian Business Initiative Club, and the Marketing Club!

Q: As a new member of the Campbell Dance Team, why do you choose to show your school spirit through dancing?

My favorite part of dancing is that it takes me away from everything else in my world. When I am dancing and moving, I feel so free from the expectations of school and other stresses in my life. When I dance, I feel like the purest, most joyful form of myself. It’s a very addictive feeling. I have never felt so much pride for my school until I saw the fans at the first game. It made all of the hard work worth it when I saw the fans engaging in our band dances and cheering on the Camels. It’s a great feeling to see people waving at you and taking your picture because its a special moment to me as well as my peers.

Q:Why did you choose your major? What are your plans for after graduation?

I eventually would like to open up my own dance studio, and to do that, I need to learn how to run my own business. Creative people are often so good at choreographing and absorbed in teaching that they have no knowledge of how to manage money, advertise, or run a business efficiently. I’m hoping that as a Marketing major, I will learn how to market myself and my future studio while gaining a general knowledge of accounting, business law, and communications in addition. I’m also minoring in Psychology so I can attempt to learn as much about common developmental patterns of the aged children I will be teaching in my classes.

Q: If you could give one piece of advice to Campbell students, both current and future, what would it be?

If I could give anyone advice who is coming to Campbell, my biggest thing I like to talk to other people about is using every experience to build yourself into a strong person. I try to encourage my residents to get out of their comfort zones and do things that excite them in life. I think it is so important to try new things without letting the fear of failure control your decision making process. Each time you fall does not make you into the person that you will become, but how you get up shapes who you are. College is a time where there is lots of falling because everything is new and unfamiliar, but we really decide who we are when we choose how we are going to get up when we find ourselves in tough situations.  Get comfortable with being uncomfortable!

By: Destiny Goins

While you were gone… October 24-26

Many things happened this weekend kicking off the week before Halloween.  CKI club began their Haunted Trail in the woods behind Lundy.  If you didn’t get the chance to go yet, they will still be doing it at the end of this week.  There was also a pageant for dudes on campus put on by DPhiE and it was pretty funny to watch the guys strut their stuff.  Friday night, The Fault in Our Stars movie was played and many tears were shed.  With athletics this weekend, the football team chartered a plane for their trip to play Marlst.  They lost, but only by one touchdown.  Men’s soccer won their match against Presbyterian with fan’s cheering them on.  CAB also took a trip to Charlotte this weekend to stay at the Great Wolf Lodge and go to SCarowinds.  It was a great time, riding rollercoasters, water slides, and going into haunted houses.

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Written By: Hannah Gooding

While You Were Gone… Homecoming

The past week was Homecoming Week at Campbell. 

There were many CAB events as well as TAG, Thank a Giver.  The football game was very exciting as we won in the last 50 seconds.

This coming week there are many events as well.

Tuesday:  Sign up to go to Frankie’s Fun Park for only $5.  Sign up at the info desk in the Student Center

CAB Relay for Life Kick off Party 6pm

Women’s Volleyball 7pm

Wednesday: Women’s Soccer 7pm

Friday: CAB Movie Night 9pm The Fault in Our Stars

Saturday: Men’s Soccer 5pm

This week, Athletics will be giving out free stuff at all games.  Support the camels!

While you were Gone… September 5-7

Friday night was Pitch Perfect Night in Turner Auditorium.  Many students, such as Jacob Carlsen, enjoyed showcasing their talents by getting on stage and singing. Jacob sang Don’t Stop Believing by Journey and said, “At first I was kinda nervous and shy about performing in front of everyone but as the evening progressed I saw the excitement and decided to give it a try. It was a very fun evening.”  After everyone got tired of singing, they sat back and watched one of the best college movies: Pitch Perfect.

Saturday, many students went to Appalachian State to watch them play Campbell in football.  The night wasn’t exactly the best with rain and a delay of the game at halftime.  All the students that went with CAB left when the delay was announced at halftime.   Our Camels did their best and fought hard against the mountaineers, but we still lost with a score of  0-66.

Sunday, was the day where 14 students spent the night in the Oasis to make sure they could get a spot on the spring break cruise with CAB.  They will be going to the Western Caribbean which includes, Cozumel, Coasta Maya, Roatan, and Nassau.  There are still more spots available and for only $500, it is a great deal!

This week there are fun events going on as well, so don’t miss out!

Tuesday September 9th: Twister Paint in Saylor Park at 6pm

Friday September 12th: Women’s Volleyball at 7:00 in Gore Arena

Friday September 12-Saturday September 13: Water Gun Assassin in Academic Circle if you have already signed up.

 

Throwback Thursday

Last year, Campbell played UNC Charlotte for the first time in football.  Many Campbell students went with CAB and President Wallace to watch the two teams battle it out on UNCC’s campus.  It was a great trip because we got to be in the brand new stadium and watch the first ever UNCC game which was against our very own camels.  Last year, we may not have won, but the Campbell fans will still be there tonight as UNCC comes and plays at our very own Barker-Lane Stadium.  Here are a few pictures from last year’s game:

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Written By: Hannah Gooding