Readers’ Theatre Project Presents Spoon River Anthology: For Voices — Spirits of the Dead Tell Stories of Life in a Small Town

By B.A. WOODRUFF Campus Press Staff (ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN 2013 EDITION) Throughout the 2012 and 2013 academic year the Visual, Performing, and Communication Arts/ Speech Program has released a series of shows through The Readers’ Theatre Project, an outreach performance series available to residents of Camden County.  Among the performances are The Grapes of Wrath,... Continue Reading →

HISTORY AND HUMAN NATURE: More Than Just a Chronological Lecture About Dead Men, Dates, and Never-Ending War

(ORIGINALLY PRINTED APRIL/MAY 2014 EDITION) By JULIA HAND Campus Press Co-Editor and Columnist History has long been a dreaded subject for many...its relevance and practicality evades students.  However, history is more than just a chronological lecture about dead men, dates, and never-ending war. It is filled with relatable tales of the individual who made decisions... Continue Reading →

State of California Named for Queen Califia?

(ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN 2016 MARCH EDITION) By Kenisha Prendegast Campus Press Staff Columnist It is the picture displayed here that got me intrigued in knowing more about this outstanding figure.   I see a woman of great serenity and an infallible posture. Her eyes pierced through her chiseled face; observing her presence while she looks in-depth... Continue Reading →

Are Women Students Asked to Choose Math Over Music? Author Asks the Provocative Question in Her New Book, Destiny’s Call

(ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN MARCH 2013 EDITION) Are the arts getting snubbed during the 2013 Women’s History Month?  There are three reasons girls need music as much as math, says Elayne G. James, author of Destiny’s Call, the first installment of the young adult fantasy series “The LightBridge Legacy,” (www.lightbridgelegacy.com). According to James, one simple yet... Continue Reading →

PROFILE: Hetshepsut, First Queen of Ancient Egypt

(ORIGINALLY PRINTED IN 2016 MARCH EDITION) By Jennafer Chloe Bohne Campus Press Co-Editor and Columnist Hatshepsut, also spelled Hatchepsut, female king of Egypt (reigned in her own right c. 1507–1458 BC) and attained unprecedented power for a woman, adopting the full titles and regalia of a pharaoh or king.  She was the elder daughter of... Continue Reading →

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