The Freshman 15

By India Heckstall | December 12, 2013 | FULL POST

Many incoming freshmen may wonder if the Freshman 15 is true or just a rumor. In reality, it all depends on the specific individual and his/her own personal habits, but there are a variety of ways to prevent the Freshman 15 from happening to you.

My Favorite Class

My Favorite  Class

By Erin Schultze | December 6, 2013 | FULL POST

Among the vast number of college classes I have taken at Campbell, my favorite class by far has been Principles of Marketing with Traci Pierce. In this class, we were introduced to basic marketing principles and concepts. Mrs. Pierce made learning fun.

What Is It Like To Be A Senior?

By Whitney Myers | November 27, 2013 | FULL POST

This year, I attended the First Annual Official Ring Ceremony at Campbell. It was not only a ceremony that made me proud to be a Camel, but it also made me realize how far I have come from being a freshman to being a senior. During the ceremony, Campbell University President Dr. Jerry Wallace asked us to reminisce and think about what we have gone through to get to this point.

It’s Beginning To Feel A Lot Like Christmas

It’s Beginning To Feel A Lot Like Christmas

By Hunter Tadlock | November 22, 2013 | FULL POST

My favorite memory on Campbell University’s campus is the annual Christmas tree lighting sponsored by the Student Government Association.  People might say that we light our tree too early in the year and should wait until after Thanksgiving, but I feel like Campbell does it perfectly.

Why I Chose Campbell University

Why I Chose Campbell University

By Erin Schultze | November 20, 2013 | FULL POST

My journey at Campbell began in August of 2010, and it has been nothing short of amazing! I chose to attend Campbell because of the faculty and staff, atmosphere, and people. At Campbell, you are not a number. You are a person. When you walk around campus, it is not out of the norm for a professor who taught you in English 101 to come up to you and remember you by name.

Extending A Helping Hand

By Isabel Moya | November 15, 2013 | FULL POST

There are many benefits to being at a small school. Campbell University is the perfect size for students and professors to get to know one another. As a student, seeing a familiar face every day makes you feel like a part of the Campbell community. Our size is one quality Campbell has that helps students succeed.

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Hannah Gooding Brandon Brown Shannon Wilson Justin Holmes India Heckstall Whitney Myers Hunter Tadlock Isabel Moya Shuntaria Wood Erin Schultze

Join current students on their journeys as college students. Our bloggers come from a wide range of majors including marketing, clinical research, exercise and sport science, healthcare management, political science pre-law, and mathematics with a teacher licensure. Our student bloggers know that choosing a college is an important decision, and they are excited to share their personal college experiences with you. Current Campbell students, interested in contributing to the Camel Stories blog? Send us an email about the story you'd like to tell.

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