“It is doubtful that any other single event so influenced the spirit and character of the school as did the fire of 1900. Like the legendary phoenix bird that every 500 years arose from its flame and ashes to a new and vigorous life, so came resurrection to Buies Creek Academy.”
Campbell University will celebrate its 131-year history and heritage with its fourth-annual Founders Week next week, Feb. 5-10. What began… More on this post
Jack Britt, a longtime educator and former superintendent of Cumberland County Schools and for 27 years a valued member of… More on this post
Campbell University President J. Bradley Creed will speak at a series of events across North Carolina and the Southeast this fall and winter to give alumni and friends insight into the University’s strategic plan.
In the early 1900s, Buies Creek Academy founder J.A. Campbell recruited Bernard F. McLeod Sr. and his family to move… More on this post