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Two-time Junior World medalist Kayla Miracle led the way for six Lady Tiger wrestlers the first week of Feb.
The match took place at Dave Schultz Memorial, and the team finished as run- ner-up in the 58kg weight class.Charlotte Fowler, Andribeth Rivera, Shelby Hall, Koral Sugiyama and Sophia Carson all competed in the Dave Schultz Memorial, and four of the five finished in the consolation semifinal bout in their respective weight classes.
"Commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established." ~ Proverbs 16:3
By Josh Christian, Editor
Four large trucks, an array of police cars, and EMT vehicles crowded around the athletic building in an effort to put out the fire that had already done extensive damage to the buildings infrastructure on the rescue crew’s arrival.
The fire began around 1:00 pm on Feb. 8, 2017.
photo/ Calen McKinney
Christian Thurman, student at Campbellsville University, has his head shaved by Zach Gilbert, barber at Disco’s Chop Shop, at last years St. Baldrick’s.
Campbellsville University athletic complex catches fire
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A note from the webmaster
The print version of the Campus Times in a headline and cutline incorrectly refer to the Ronnie Ford Fieldhouse. They should have said Ronnie Hord Fieldhouse. The stafff of the paper apologizes for the mistake.
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A year ago Tomomi Sato knew very little about digital cameras but wanted to be a photographer for the Campus Times.
She now has a first-place award from the Kentucky Press Association for Best Picture Essay.
Her award was for photos taken of “Almost Maine” presented by the theater department in late February of 2016. Four photos taken by her were published on two pages of the March 23, 2016 Campus Times.
Dave Walters, who has worked at Campbellsville University since 1994, is retiring. He announced his retirement in December of 2016.
Walters last served as vice president for admissions and student services.
Alongside Nancy, his wife, Walters initially came to Campbellsville as a residence director. During his employment as a residence director, the Walters used their time to minister to students who, in turn, ministered to them. The students they touched continue to have strong and enduring relationships with the Walters.
Photo/ Markie Smith
Campbellsville Firefighters extinguish flames that engulfed the H&W sport shop Ronnie Ford Fieldhouse
History was made on Jan. 20, 2017.
Aaron Nosich and Kassie Little, both Campbellsville University seniors, among others, joined the masses to witness the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States in Washington D.C.
Nosich and Little were accompanied by 12 other students and two professors from Campbellsville University.
Campus Times receives awards from state press association
Since 2005, St. Baldrick’s has raised over $200 million in research funding. Its staple idea, as it comes to raising money, began with a dare.
John Bender, original developer of the idea behind St. Baldrick’s, began his fundraising campaign by asking individuals to shave their heads in exchange for donations.
Bender’s mission was to raise funding for childhood-cancer research.