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Campbell Proud – Jon Powell

September 27, 2012

“Sometimes there are circumstances that people can’t do anything about and they need somebody to come alongside them and help them. That’s what I try to do,” says Jon Powell, director of Campbell Law School’s Juvenile Justice Project.

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Medical School Construction Tour

August 24, 2012

One year from now, the 150 students making up the first class of the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine will be here. “And we’re going to be ready for them,” said James Roberts, Campbell’s vice president for business and treasurer.

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Campbell Proud – Marcus

August 14, 2012

The doctors who cared for Marcus Ford’s grandmother impacted his life. Today, the senior biology major at Campbell University is working toward impacting other people’s lives. Marcus Ford was in the middle of filling out his college applications for UNC-Chapel Hill when his mother walked in and asked him, “Have you heard of Campbell?” Marcus had heard of the university in passing but not much. “Well,” his mother said, “let’s just check it out.”

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A world of experience

July 19, 2012

Junior Kendra Batie is a year away from what she hopes is medical school … ideally, she’d love to be part of the first freshman class of Campbell University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine. If she succeeds, one thing she’ll have on her side is experience, thanks to a monthlong trip to Tanzania, Africa.

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125 years of shared memories

May 23, 2012

As an upcoming sophomore i don't have many Campbell memories yet but one that i am already fond of is taking a picture with the camel statue as a freshman. I was excited about that because it seemed to be a tradition among Campbell students to have a picture on top of the camel statue outside of the Convocation Center.

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Graduates’ four years marked by big change at Campbell

May 11, 2012

Life is about to change dramatically for the 577 students who received their undergraduate and master’s degrees at Campbell University’s two commencement ceremonies held Saturday at the John W. Pope Convocation Center. And it’s fitting for those who’ve spent the past four years in Buies Creek, as Campbell has changed drastically in their short time here.

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Fond Memories from 125 Years

March 28, 2012

On January 5, 1887, huddled inside a small church in Harnett County, sixteen students and their 25 year old teacher, James Archibald Campbell, sang out the hymn “Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me”, as they would every morning thereafter. Five other students were building the nearby schoolhouse that would become Buies Creek Academy – a place where students from all walks of life could come to learn and have the opportunity to grow in their faith.

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D.O. School of Medicine: Shovel Ready

February 8, 2012

A lot has happened at the construction site of Campbell University’s future School of Osteopathic Medicine since hundreds braved freezing temperatures in early December to celebrate the school’s groundbreaking. Steel beams have been erected in the four months since, and the school - North Carolina’s first medical school in 35 years - is beginning to take shape.

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