Eyes on the Homeland
Domestic Counterterrorism. Critical Infrastructure. Catastrophic Threats or some of the courses in Campbell’s new Homeland Security major?
The Bright Side
Since she was an infant, junior Kaylin Yost has faced one hardship after another
Sharing the Love
Student-led Campus Worship services aim to build a stronger campus community
The list of A-list sports stars and celebrities Carl Heinemann (‘87) has worked with over the years is vast and impressive.
Escape the Mundane
Alumna launches project highlighting travel, food, good storytelling
A Family Legacy
U.S. Sen. Robert Morgan's grandfather was there when J.A. Campbell started his school in 1887.
Camels on Ice
Leah Whitt ('11), currently a student in the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business’ MBA program, took out her iPhone and captured this image of the camel statue in front of the Pope Convocation Center on Feb. 16. Nearly two inches of snow fell that day, but because of the warmer temperatures the previous days, none of it stuck on the ground. The camel’s bronze facade was cold enough, however, making for a fun, wintry photo opp.
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Spring 2013 Volume 8 • Issue 1
President Dr. Jerry Wallace, Vice President for Institutional Advancement Britt Davis, Director of University Communications and Publications Haven Hottel, Assistant Director of Publications Billy Liggett, Digital Content Coordinator Cherry Crayton, Graphic and Digital Publication Designer Jonathan Bronsink, Web Design Team Bob Dry & Angie Barker