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 anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. 

September 4, 2019

Ep. 49 | J. Rich Leonard

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 episode of the 2019-2020 academic year. Leonard shares his thoughts on his first six years as dean, how the move to Raleigh a decade ago has benefited the school, his love of history and how he's incorporated that into creating makeshift museums on the Raleigh campus and much more. 

 Recorded Sept. 4, 2019, at Campbell University's Raleigh campus.

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 podcast, Kate Stoneburner gives a special shout out to the nursing students, nursing graduates and pre-PA students helping out with a key component of this mission trip — free clinics. 

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 lessons on human trafficking. 

Follow along this mini-podcast series as these students develop their faith through service.

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.

Follow along this mini-podcast series as these students develop their faith through service.

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 film. Assistant Vice President for Alumni Engagement Sarah Swain then joins the podcast to talk about Campbell “Orange Owned,” an initiative that connects alumni small business owners like McLamb and registers their business in a directory. Orange Owned will help alumni find alumni-owned businesses within their community to support. 

 Recorded April 4, 2019, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

 

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 students about to enter their respective career fields, plus advice for those preparing to attend next week's Fair, which will feature more than 50 employers. Hosts Kate and Billy then celebrate Kate's first year at Campbell and recall her own interview process that led to her joining Campbell

Recorded March 26, 2019, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3

March 20, 2019

Ep. 46 | Steph Olson

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 development program focused on the many health science graduate programs Campbell has to offer and the careers those programs can lead to. Alissa Loo from the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences also joins the program to promote the College's annual golf tournament benefiting student scholarships. 

Recorded March 19, 2019, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3

March 15, 2019

Ep. 45 | Kevin McGeehan

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 talks about coaching one of the NCAA's all-time leading scorers over the last four years (Chris Clemons) and what the future holds for the program. Billy and Kate also talk about next week's Academic Symposium and spin the trusty topic wheel.  

Recorded March 14, 2019, at the Pope Convocation Center at Campbell University

March 7, 2019

Ep. 44 | Jonathan Molai

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 future osteopathic physician. Our hosts also talk about their experience with karaoke in Greenville, South Carolina, and why singing on stage in front of strangers is a rush. 

Recorded March 6, 2019, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

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