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.

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 Living Communities plan — an idea that groups students together on the same residence hall floor based on common majors, career goals and other personal interests. The program will begin at Campbell in the fall. We also talk about roommate horror stories from the past (and how RLCs can possibly prevent these in the future).

Recorded Feb. 18, 2019, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

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 email to faculty and staff that explains the Campbell brand and why it's important that all internal and external materials are consistent in look and tone. Plus, we have a good time talking about Campbell Magazine, design and drawing windows for window-less offices.  

Recorded Feb. 11, 2019, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

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 to celebrate their recent move to the house on campus that bears that name. Stewart-Gilbert also talks about Campbell during World War II and the University's Lundy-Fetterman Museum. She's joined today by Sarah Swain, assistant vice president of alumni relations. 

Recorded Feb. 5, 2019, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

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, share the idea behind and the work that went into creating a mock crime scene in a house near Campbell University's campus for student investigators taking part in the criminal justice program's course on forensics. Just how different is real-life crime scene work from the 60-minute serials you see on television? 

Recorded Jan. 27, 2018, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

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. Emily also talks about North Carolina's many "natural and cultural" offerings, what it's like to be a twin and much more. 

Recorded Jan. 22, 2018, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

January 16, 2019

Ep. 38 | Lydia Huth

Guest: Lydia Huth, senior English major and soon-to-be Campbell graduate

Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner

Topics: Senior Lydia Huth shares her Campbell experience and talks about the excitement and nerves that come with entering your final semester of college. Huth provides insight on how she juggled academics and a social life and talks about what's next in her journey. Toward the end, she and the hosts go deep into Harry Potter talk. 

Recorded Jan. 14, 2018, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

Guest: Dr. Phillip Morrow, associate professor of music and director of choral activities; and the Campbell Choir

Hosts: Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner

Topics: Dr. Phillip Morrow talks about the upcoming Christmas Choir event Monday night at 7 and 8:30 p.m. in Butler Chapel — plus hear three preview clips from the choir itself performing music from the concert. After all of that, hosts Billy Liggett and Kate Stoneburner share their favorite and least favorite Christmas songs.

Recorded Nov. 30, 2018, in Bryan Hall, Suite 3, on the campus of Campbell University.

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