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A big leap

Mon, 14 Nov 2016

On Monday, in that same building — this time inside the arena to allow for a crowd, the band and a giant inflatable helmet — Roller, Minter and President J. Bradley Creed announced Campbell’s jump to scholarship football and its inclusion in the Big South Conference beginning in 2018. Standing in front of facing helmets bearing the Camel and Big South logos, Creed made the announcement official, citing a unanimous vote for the University’s Board of Trustees. But it was Roller and Minter who reveled in the announcement, the latter recalling the process of taking over a 1-10 team and slowly building toward respectability in the FCS.

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    Fighting hunger, curbing food waste

    November 9, 2016

    The Campus Kitchen at Campbell University, or CKCU, is the 56th school to join the Campus Kitchens Project’s national network of kitchens that are empowering students to fight hunger and curb food waste.

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    No job too small

    October 17, 2016

    About 25 of the students in Goldsboro were available to the hospital in the days following the storm, she said, and because of the sudden shortage in doctors and staff, their presence and contributions were vital as the hospital reached full capacity (it couldn’t discharge patients because of the roads, yet more were being admitted through the emergency department). One of the reported deaths — a 54-year-old man whose vehicle was trapped by flood waters — happened just blocks from the hospital’s main entrance.

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    Innovation with Vision

    August 1, 2016

    We sat down with Dean O’Mara shortly after he arrived on campus to learn more about him, his plans for Campbell Business, and why he chose Campbell. The following is an edited transcript.

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    Let them STEM

    June 15, 2016

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