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Brandon Lakes (right) director of the Betty Dobbins Heilman Wellness Center, is pictured at the smoothie bar, Simple Blends, which is located inside the facility. It’s equipped with new products and high protein smoothies for students to consume before or after their workouts. Also pictured is Miguel Jaldin who works at Simple Blends.
Becoming a healthier version of yourself
Daniela Benavides April 8, 2024

If you are a Campbellsville student, you are probably aware of the Betty Dobbins Heilman Wellness Center. A complete place for students to do their workouts and get together. The Wellness Center is equipped with a smoothie bar, “Simple Blends,” where...

Logan Evans (left) and Ryan Lachniet (right) show off their biggest bass of the day during the Tigers’ win at the Kentucky Bass Nation State Championship recently, which sealed their ticket to nationals in May.
Fishing for success
Andrew Swift March 28, 2024

The Campbellsville University Bass Fishing team has flown under the radar of many, but don’t think for a second that a small-town team can’t...

Olivia Messerly is a freshman on Campbellsville University’s women’s wrestling team. (Photo courtesy of CU Sports Information)
Overcoming the odds
Hailey Shank March 11, 2024

In the world of collegiate wrestling, Olivia Messerly stands out, not just for her remarkable skills on the mat, but also for her resilient spirit...

The members of the Lady Tigers tennis team are (front row from left) Miru Nonaka, Candela Converti, Angela Mendoza, Clara Asprella, (back row from left), Ariadna Perez, Miho Akita, Andrea Ovejero and Oriana Espinoza.
Unmatched unity on the court
Daniela Benavides February 9, 2024

Campbellsville University’s tennis teams have started their spring season with many changes, new coaches, brand new players and seniors returning...

Campbellsville University students, faculty and staff gathered at the Student Activities Center (SAC) on Thursday, April 4, for the Take Back the Night event to spread awareness about sexual assault. Student Patricia Loka shared stories of what she has seen in her home country of Democratic Republic of Congo. Loka compared the events at home to what she has seen here and emphasized there’s a need for change everywhere.
Safety is ‘top priority’
Andrew Swift April 12, 2024

Campus safety has been top of mind for Campbellsville University students this semester. The murder of freshman Josiah Kilman on Feb. 24, and...

Ian Lopez rides his scooter across campus. He mainly uses this $250 investment to travel to the mass communication building and to events he works on campus. “I just scoot around,” Lopez said. “That’s the way I get around.”
Rethinking mobility at CU
Hailey Shank April 10, 2024

Campbellsville is a small town, not large enough to support public transportation options, such as Uber, taxis or buses for out-of-town travel....

Daniela Benavides is pictured at her senior night at Campbellsville University during her last home soccer game as a collegiate athlete in the United States.
Studying abroad is a life-changing experience
Daniela Benavides March 28, 2024

Studying abroad could be one of the most life-changing opportunities you could ever experience. No matter how old you are and where you go, you...

Josiah Malachi Kilman (center) was a freshman at CU. He was discovered unresponsive in his dorm room in the early morning hours on Saturday,
Feb. 24. A fellow CU classmate and wrestling teammate, Charles E. Escalera, has been charged with Kilmans murder.
Josiah was a light
Tomias Rushin March 1, 2024

Josiah Kilman left an impact that will never be forgotten. The light he had in him showed everywhere he went. From the moment he stepped on...

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