Isaiah Page is a senior mass communication student from Ontario, Canada who plays on the men’s soccer team.
Q: What is your favorite color?
Q: If you could be anyone for a day who would it be?
Q: What made you want to be on the Campbell men’s soccer team?
I grew up playing soccer and I got an oppertunity to come play in the states and I decided to take it.
Q: What is different about being in the US than Canada?
Smarties are different. The things you guys think Smarties are, are not Smarties. There’s lots of differences. It’s just a different culture here.
Q: Which do you like better, US or Canada?
Q: What’s your shoe size?
Senior night for men’s soccer is on Wednesday November 4th so come out to support senior soccer players like Isaiah.
Interview By: Hannah Gooding
As this week marks the 5th week of school, remember that you have a fresh start and new opportunity to become more involved on campus even if you think you are involved enough. If you meant to go to club meetings and worship groups last week, go this week. They always want new members and its a great way to meet new friends.
Events this Upcoming Week:
- 8pm Shine
- 9pm: Wesley Ministry
- 8pm: FCA
- 8:30pm: Gospel Choir
- 6:30pm: Inspirations Dance Ministry
- 7pm: Can I Kiss you
- 7pm: Women’s Soccer
- 8:07pm: Ignite
- 7pm: Consent 101
- 8pm: BSU
- 8pm: Jam Session
- 5pm: Women’s Soccer
- 7pm: Men’s Soccer
If you have free time this week between studying and classes I encourage you to get involved. Join a club, attend a sporting event or learn about Sexual Assault Awareness. The best thing about college is you have the power to choose the event you participate in, so choose things that interest you or benefit your future.
Have a Great Week Campbell Students!!
Written by: Rachael Wheeler
Yesterday the women’s soccer team played High Point here at Campbell. Students recieved word on Monday that soccer scarfs would be handed out to the first students who arrived at the men’s and women’s soccer games. This was a coveted item and students began lining up around 5:20. Although the game wouln’t start till 7, the gates opened at 6 and that is when the scarfs were handed out. 100 scarfs were handed out by 6:11 p.m. Only 11 minutes to run out of scarfs. If you didn’t get one last night and you want one, make sure to keep in mind what time you should arrive. They have 100 more scarfs to hand out tonight at the men’s soccer game, so be sure to come out and support the men’s soccer team as they play High Point.
Written By: Hannah Gooding