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This week's guest is Campbell University baseball player Zach Neto, last year’s Big South Conference Player of the Year and a young man many are predicting could go in the first three rounds of the Major League Baseball draft this summer. We talk about how a skinny kid from Miami, Florida ended up in Buies Creek, North Carolina and became one of th…
 
Dr. Jaclyn Stanke, associate professor of history whose research has included U.S.-Soviet Cold War relations and Cold War popular culture, talks about her experiences in Ukraine and her understanding of Russia's invasion of their neighbor. Stanke was part of a faculty panel on March 1 to answer student questions about the history of the two countri…
 
Campbell University alumnus and former adjunct Spanish professor Tyler Jackson talks about the brain aneurysm that nearly took his life one year ago, and how it changed it life. Jackson is a skilled banjoist and a member of the Roxboro-based bluegrass group Drive Time.By Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner
 
Dr. Laura Lunsford is professor and chair of psychology at Campbell University. In addition to more than 40 articles, chapters, books and presentations on mentoring and leadership development, she wrote the definitive Handbook for Managing Mentoring Programs. She joins the podcast to talk about mentoring, particularly Campbell's mentor program to a…
 
Fall is in the air and Dr. Jaqueline Gartner knows all the best places to watch seasons change at Campbell. A professor of engineering and chair of the Sustainability Committee, Gartner discusses green spaces on campus and the value of engineers when it comes to creating and maintaining sustainable systems. We also discuss Harnett County’s plans fo…
 
On a week where the country commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, Campbell University homeland security professor Lt. Cdr. Nicole Winget and retired Staff Sgt. Josh Seymour (an undergrad studying cyber security at Campbell) joined Rhymes With Orange to talk about their decisions to join the military after 9/11 and how the last 20…
 
Parents are more stressed out and are reporting higher levels of anxiety and depression due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a newly published study led by Campbell University Professor of Clinical Research Dr. Miranda van Tilburg. The results shouldn’t come as a surprise — especially for parents who have had to deal with school closures, job…
 
Dr. Amin Asfari, Campbell University alumnus and criminal justice professor, has co-authored a study on first- and second-generation Muslim assimilation in the United States in The Journal for Muslim Minority Affairs. Asfari’s mixed-method study – constructed using segmented assimilation theory, suggests that biased public policies, prejudice towar…
 
Nikki Olive, director of alumni engagement, and Betsy Dunn-Williams, director of academic advising, join the podcast this week to introduce CamelLink, a digital mentorship site designed to promote career readiness and development by connecting alumni and students. Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett…
 
President J. Bradley Creed visits with Kent Annan, the director of humanitarian and disaster leadership at Wheaton College's Humanitarian Disaster Institute and cofounder of Haiti Partners, a nonprofit focused on education in Haiti. Annan is author of "You Welcomed Me," "Slow Kingdom Coming," "After shock" and "Following Jesus Through the Eye of th…
 
Campbell University's football program is coming off back-to-back weeks (and solid showings) on ESPN and ESPNU. Ricky Ray, deputy athletics director, talks about the decision to go to a four-game schedule during the pandemic and what the national exposure means to the program and to the university.By Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner
 
Nearly 85 percent of Americans were dissatisfied in the current work environment. Research shows positive work environments improve employee productivity leading to better customer service and job satisfaction, as well as increases in operating income and company earnings. Dr. Joey Faucette joins Rhymes With Orange to talk about Campbell Adult & On…
 
In his second "Campbell Conversations" podcast, Campbell University President J. Bradley Creed speaks with Psychology Chair and Professor Dr. Laura Lunsford about the challenges for and resiliency of students and young people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Host: Dr. J. Bradley Creed, President of Campbell University Guest: Dr. Laura Lunsford, profes…
 
In his first of what will become a monthly series of "Campbell Conversations" podcasts, Campbell University President J. Bradley Creed discusses challenges facing rural North Carolina during the COVID-19 pandemic with Patrick Woodie, president of the North Carolina Rural Center. Host: Dr. J. Bradley Creed, President of Campbell University Guest: Pa…
 
Dr. Wes Rich, associate dean for health sciences and professor of public health, and Dr. David Tillman, assistant professor of public health and chair of the Department of Public Health, talk about COVID-19's impact on North Carolina. The two discuss models that show how social distancing has impacted the numbers in our state and how rural communit…
 
Guests: The Rev. Faithe Beam, associate vice president of Spiritual Life, and campus minister Louisa Ward join the podcast via Zoom to talk about their efforts to share words of encouragement and minister to the Campbell community during these difficult times. Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett To learn more about Campbell University's respo…
 
Guests: Kellie Nothstine, dean of Campus Life and Title IX, and Tory Weaver, mental health therapist for Campbell University counseling services, discuss social isolation and how some students might struggle with mandated quarantines, social distancing and being away from their college friends during the COVID-19 epidemic. Hosts: Kate Stoneburner a…
 
GUEST: Dr. Meredith Williams, chair of the Department of Mathematics/ITS and associate professor of mathematics, shares her experience as Campbell University professors transition to online teaching during the COVID-19 coronavirus global epidemic. On March 16, Campbell University moved all face-to-face classes to online and remote learning. William…
 
Guest: Dr. Nicholas Pennings, chair of family medicine for the School of Osteopathic Medicine and director of the Campbell University Health Center; and Dr. Dennis Bazemore, vice president of student life, discuss the COVID-19 coronavirus and Campbell's response. The discussion touches on the science behind the virus and the work being done by the …
 
Guest: Wiggins Memorial Library Dean Alexia Riggs and Librarian Steve Bahnaman join us to share their fundraising efforts to renovate the University Room on the second floor of the library for use as a sort-of museum and celebration of Campbell University history. They also talk about the time capsule that will be buried in front of the new student…
 
Guest: Alumna Bethany Anne Lind ('04) has built her acting career on several supporting roles in big time television shows — from The Walking Dead, Turn and Stranger Things to more recently Ozark, Reprisal and Doom Patrol. Currently she's promoting her first leading role in the critically acclaimed indie film Blood On Her Name, which hits the publi…
 
Guest: In late February 2019, guests from Residence Life and Housing introduced us to a new initiative at Campbell called the Residential Learning Communities plan — an idea that groups students together on the same residence hall floor based on common majors, career goals and other personal interests. Nearly a year later, Assistant Director of Res…
 
Guest: Rhymes With Orange kicks off the Spring 2020 semester with Campbell University President J. Bradley Creed, who'll enter his fifth year as Campbell's fifth president this summer. Dr. Creed talks about his first five years, the upcoming opening of the student union and the challenges Campbell University and all private colleges and universitie…
 
Guests: Dr. Sherry Truffin, professor of English and chair of Campbell University's Honors Program, talks about her first semester as an instructor at a correctional facility in Sampson County — part of a new initiative from Campbell's Adult and Online Education program. Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner Published Dec. 20, 2019. Copyright C…
 
Guests: Junior biology major Suchi Murugu is joined by biology professor Dr. John Bartlett to talk about Murugu's Doula Birth Beginnings Certification non-profit organization and upcoming doula training event in January. Murugu's goal with the event is to train students and faculty to earn doula certification to assist women in the birth process. H…
 
Guests: Rhymes With Orange hosts Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett talk about everything Thanksgiving — from the food to traditions to football to parades and even the songs (yes, Thanksgiving songs). We're also joined by Dr. Phillip Morrow, associate professor of music and director of choral activities, to talk about Christmas at Campbell and the…
 
Guests: Kelsey Sphar and Kevin Underwood, director and assistant director (respectively) of athletics marketing at Campbell University. Both Kelsey and Kevin are relatively new to the University, so they talk about their first impressions of Campbell Athletics, what it takes to improve attendance and the Game Day experience at Campbell sporting eve…
 
Guests: Founding Dean of Campbell University's School of Engineering Jenna Carpenter was featured as one of 14 "trailblazing" women who shaped Campbell University in the upcoming Fall 2019 edition of Campbell Magazine. Carpenter learns of her inclusion on this podcast and talks about the school that is set to graduate its first class in May 2020. H…
 
Guests: Campbell Law School 2006 graduates and co-founders and owners of Graybeard Distillery, Brandon Evans and Scott Russ; on to talk about their business and how Bedlam Vodka has become a national brand in just a few short years. Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner Published Oct. 2, 2019. Copyright Campbell University…
 
Guest: Professor of Old Testament for Campbell Divinity School Tony Cartledge shares the story of how a family tragedy led to a friendship with Fred Rogers — better known as Mr. Rogers — and how that friendship helped him through difficult times. Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett Published Sept. 25, 2019. Copyright Campbell University…
 
Guest: Alicia Myers, associate professor of New Testament and Greek Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett Topics: Dr. Myers talks about motherhood in the first century and her own personal experiences that led to her writing Blessed Among Women? Mothers and Motherhood in the New Testament. Myers has been honored by Campbell University twice in …
 
To celebrate the 50th episode of Rhymes With Orange, our guest is two-time Campbell graduate Leah Whitt Jarvis, who was the original co-host when Rhymes With Orange launched in 2017. Today, Jarvis is the founder and CCO of Olive & Wit LLC, a marketing and communications company. Hosts Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner also discuss the 18th anniver…
 
Guest: Campbell Law School Dean J. Rich Leonard discusses the school's year-long 10/40 celebration, the upcoming 40-mile bike race and how the move to Raleigh has meant everything for the school's success Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner Topics: Dean J. Rich Leonard joins Campbell University's Rhymes With Orange podcast for the first episo…
 
The women on Campbell University's Spiritual Life Cape Town South Africa mission trip are phenomenal. Each one has a gift that fits perfectly in this ministry, and it's been a joy watching them teach and play with children, boldly approach strangers, make patients feel comfortable and bridge cultural barriers with Living Hope's leadership. On this …
 
Social media coordinator and Rhymes With Orange co-host Kate Stoneburner joined Campbell University Spiritual Life on their trip to South Africa to work alongside the nonprofit organization Living Hope. In this second of a series of podcasts, the team interacts with children in Cape Town by playing games, sharing stories and teaching them important…
 
Social media coordinator and Rhymes With Orange co-host Kate Stoneburner joined Campbell University Spiritual Life on their trip to South Africa to work alongside the nonprofit organization Living Hope. In this first of a series of podcasts, the 11 students get words of wisdom and much-needed prayer over the phone before their flight overseas. Foll…
 
Guest: Jeremiah McLamb ('06) talks about small business ownership in the film industry Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner Topics: Jeremiah McLamb ('06) talks about filmmaking and how he started his video production business, JerFilm Productions. McLamb’s business has taken him all over the world, and this year he released his second feature …
 
Guest: Dr. Yasmine Farley, director of career services, and Dr. Michelle Perez, associate vice president for student success Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett Topics: Dr. Yasmine Farley and Dr. Michelle Perez join the podcast to talk about CUHired and Campbell University's upcoming undergraduate Career Fair on April 2. They share tips for s…
 
Guest: Steph Olson, coordinator for academic support services Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner Topics: Steph Olson is in studio this week to talk about HPREP — the Ransdell Family Health Professions Readiness & Enrichment Program — which undergrads from across the country on a four-day interdisciplinary, preparatory and professional develo…
 
Guest: Kevin McGeehan, head men's basketball coach of the Campbell Fighting Camels Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner Topics: Big South Conference Coach of the Year Kevin McGeehan talks about his team's third consecutive winning season and its first-ever bid in this year's National Invitational Tournament, which starts next week. He also tal…
 
Guest: Jonathan Molai, senior biology pre-med major and Sullivan Foundation future entreprenuer Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett Topics: Senior Jonathan Molai shares his experience with the Sullivan Foundation's future entrepreneur program, the reason he chose to transfer to Campbell University as a sophomore and what lies ahead for this f…
 
Guest: Rebekah Gardner, Director of Residence Life and Housing; and Shea Roll, Assistant Director of Resident Life Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett Topics: Rebekah Gardner and Shea Roll from Residence Life and Housing introduce Campbell University's new Residential Learning Communities plan — an idea that groups students together on the sa…
 
Guest: Jonathan Bronsink ('05), Director of Visual Identity at Campbell University Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner Topics: Jonathan Bronsink talks about Campbell University's brand — from the Kivett logo to the correct orange to the tagline to everything that makes Campbell University Campbell University. Bronsink will begin sharing an em…
 
Guest: Dorothea Stewart-Gilbert ('46), sharing her memories of Campbell College in the 1940s and Cornelia Patterson Campbell Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett Topics: Dorothea Stewart-Gilbert shares her memories of Campbell's matriarch, Cornelia Patterson Campbell, wife of founder J.A. Campbell, as the Office of Alumni Engagement gets set t…
 
Guest: Dr. Marion T. Vandergrift and Dr. Stephanie Mathews, discussing the mock crime scene students are investigating for their forensics course in criminal justice Hosts: Kate Stoneburner and Billy Liggett Topics: Dr. Marion T. Vandergrift, instructor of criminal justice and history, and Dr. Stephanie Mathews, assistant professor of biology, shar…
 
Guest: Emily McIntosh ('15), content strategist for the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner Topics: Recent Campbell graduate Emily McIntosh — who earned her degree in communication studies — talks about getting her foot in the door in her career field and how perseverance paid off. E…
 
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