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Brooks Gross '13

5/2/2011

Name: Brooks Gross
Graduation Year: 2013
Major: Biochemistry
Hometown: Raleigh
 
HCCU: Are you available or in a relationship?
BG: I’m available.

HCCU: What do you do in your free time?
BG: I like to play sports, play guitar and hang out with friends.

HCCU: What qualities do you most admire in the opposite sex?
BG: I like a girl who is honest, smart, down-to-earth, and has pretty eyes.

HCCU:  What has been your most memorable moment as a Camel?
BG: Riding down Raven rock on pool floats with a bunch of my good friends.

HCCU:  Do you have any awesome or hidden talents?
BG: I play guitar and I can cook.

HCCU: What is your favorite Sunni Skies flavor?
BG: Exit Wound because you have to sign a waiver to try it .

HCCU: What sports do you play?
BG: Football, baseball, basketball, hockey, swimming, and wrestling; but football and baseball are my favorite.

Shane and Shane: A Night of Worship

4/12/2011

On Sunday night, April 10th, 2011, Campbell University had the great pleasure of hosting Shane & Shane, a contemporary Christian music duo.  The concert was given in Turner Auditorium to Campbell students as well as members from the community and local churches. Shane Everett and Shane Barnard kept it casual sporting cargo pants and flip flops.  Their chill attitude and witty humor gave the night an unplugged-ish atmosphere.
 
Shane & Shane’s lyrics are primarily rooted in scripture.  Songs like Burn Us Up (coming from chapter 3 of the book of Daniel) and Psalm 13 (I’ll let you figure that one out) are just a couple of examples.  Along with some of their originals, the Shanes sang a few well-known worship songs.
 
 Their hearts for God were apparent as they led Campbell students and guests from the community in an awesome time of worship.  The pure voices and strong lyrics were undeniably moving as the audience stood and sung out with raised hands.  In the darkness of the auditorium, the focus went from being a mere concert of talented artists to a worship experience glorifying God. By the end of the performance, whether you had heard of Shane & Shane or not, the reactions of audience members were similar in nature.
 
“Shane and Shane was a great night of worship and reflection on God’s character,” replied Mark Coggins, a student at Campbell. Christin Hall, a guest from the local community said, “It was a great worship experience.” And John-Mark Magee was quoted saying, “It was flippin’ awesome!”
 
Oh come, let us sing to the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation! Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving; let us make a joyful noise to him with songs of praise! ~Psalm 95: 1-2