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 Meeting
  • 8pm: Winter Formal

Tuesday:

  • 8pm: Jazz Concert

Wednesday:

  • 3:30-5:30pm: Community Christmas Store

Thursday:

  • 3:30-5:30pm: Community Christmas Store
  • 7:30pm: CAB Hunger Games Midnight Premiere Trip
  • 8pm: Chamber Ensembles Concert

Friday:

  • 3:30-5:30pm: Community Christmas Store

Saturday:

  • 3pm: Quiddich

This Week: Jan. 20-26, 2014

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This Week: Jan. 20-26, 2014

A few of the featured events for this week:
Mon. Jan. 20– Blood Drive, Rumley Center, 10-3pm
Mon. Jan. 20– ENVS Cleaning the Park, McLamb building, 2pm
Mon. Jan. 20–Spring Concert Reveal, Kivett 206, 9pm
Tues. Jan. 21–Voter Registration, Academic Circle, 10am- 2pm
Tues. Jan. 21– ENVS Cleaning the Park, McLamb building, 8am and/or 2pm
Tues. Jan. 21–Jam Session, Shouse, 7pm
Wed. Jan. 22–Tutoring youth at Baptist Fellowship of Angier, Iglesias Church, 3:30-5:30 pm
Wed. Jan. 22–ENVS Cleaning the Park, McLamb building, 8am
Wed. Jan. 22–Men’s Basketball vs. Radford, 7pm
Thurs. Jan. 23– Garden Prep in the Community Garden, Community Garden on Kivett road, 4pm
Thurs. Jan. 23–ENVS Cleaning the Park, McLamb building, 8am
Thurs. Jan. 23–Women’s Basketball vs. Winthrop, 7pm
Fri. Jan. 24–ENVS Cleaning the Park, McLamb building, 11am
Fri. Jan. 24– Movie Night: Remember the Titans, Turner, 9pm

Be sure to check out the Calendar for a full list of Campbell events and activities.

Fun Facts:

Ever dreamed of knowing random information to impress friends and family? Well, now you can by looking at weekly random facts. Enjoy!

  1. An elephant trunk has no bone but 40,000 muscles
  2. An earthquake on Dec. 16, 1811 caused the Mississippi River to flow backwards
  3. Aluminum used to be more valuable than gold.