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Cedars wins fifth straight award as top small-school student newspaper in Ohio, wins 6 of 10 categories

Staff report Cedars won its fifth straight Frank E. Deaner Excellence in Collegiate Journalism award as the state's top small-school student newspaper in the Ohio Newspaper Association's annual contest. The Cedars staff accepted the award at Thursday's annual convention in Columbus. Cedars placed in all 10 categories for the first time, won first place in six of the categories and swept all three places in the best use of multimedia category. Josh Burris and Amy Radwanski won first ...

Students See a Lot, Learn a Lot in Capital

Different majors intern and tour popular sites while studying during D.C. Semester by Keegan D'Alfonso During the fall 2016 semester, 15 Cedarville students studied in the heart of our nation, Washington D.C. The D.C. Semester provided these students with a unique opportunity to learn how our nation’s government operates and to form connections with policy makers and government officials. The D.C. Semester was set up as a 16-credit hour semester, including individual 10-credit hour D.C. ...

Play Review: ‘The Music Man’

Cedarville’s production of “The Music Man” prompted many laughs and a standing ovation from the audience during its premiere February 2.   “The Music Man” is a story about change, growth and learning to enjoy life, and the characters demonstrate this in several different ways. Professor Harold Hill, aka the “Music Man”, begins as a self-centered travelling salesman who only cares about money. Freshman Robbie Lindmark  portrays his character in the beginning of the ...

Coffee & Community

Junior Brett Sumrall, director of campus community for CU's Student Life Programs, shares some of his insight into one of SLP's more recent events: Coffee & Community.

A Recap of the Golden Globes

A critical look at what it means to be an actor by Emily Day Entertainment award show season officially kicked off Sunday, Jan. 8, with the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards. Though some may say that the Golden Globes are less prestigious than perhaps the Oscars, the Globes honors a wide array of talents, spanning acting to musical scores, from both film and television. Coming off the heels of a controversial year, the Globes was marked by two key factors: the unquestionable success of “La ...

Cedarville Winning Streak Snapped by Battlers

By Josh Burris The Cedarville Yellow Jackets had their six-game winning streak snapped Saturday against Alderson Broaddus. The Battlers defeated the Jackets 71-61. The Battlers took advantage of the Jackets’ cold start to the game and did not look back. Cedarville (11-12, 3-5 G-MAC) had four turnovers in their first 11 possessions, which lead to a 10-0 lead for the Battlers. Cedarville head coach Pat Estepp said his team’s poor start cost them the game. “We lost that game in the ...

Lady Jackets Win Fifth Straight

By Tim Miller The Cedarville Lady Jackets extended their winning streak to five games with a 68-51 win over Alderson Broaddus on Saturday afternoon. The Lady Jackets won in front of a large crowd that was boosted by visitors for Alumni Night and Lil’ Sibs Weekend. Cedarville head coach Kari Hoffman enjoyed having a substantial crowd to see the Lady Jackets win. “It was a really fun environment to play in,” Hoffman said. “It reminded me of the old days of Cedarville basketball...

Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill Struck Down

Despite Gov. Kasich's veto, Americans will likely see abortion reform in the near future by Alexandria Hentschel Neither anti-abortion nor pro-abortion activist were satisfied with Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s decision on two recent bills concerning abortion. Kasich line-item vetoed the controversial House Bill 493, commonly referred to as the “Heartbeat Bill.” The Heartbeat Bill was added to a larger piece of legislation about child abuse protections. Kasich preserved the main text of ...

Faubion Lifts Cedarville over Davis & Elkins

by Josh Burris Cedarville defeated Davis & Elkins Thursday night 72-70 on a game-winning shot by J.C. Faubion. Faubion made a midrange jump shot with 5.5 seconds left to break the tie with the Senators. Davis & Elkins got one more shot off before the final buzzer, but missed it. Cedarville (11-11) lost their last four games to Davis & Elkins. The win extends their winning streak to six games and improved their conference record to 3-4. Cedarville head coach Pat Estepp said he ...

Lady Jackets Pull Away Late

The Cedarville Lady Jackets picked up a pivotal conference win over the Davis & Elkins Senators on Thursday evening, 80-73. Four Cedarville starters scored in double figures, including two with at least 20 points. Breanne Watterworth was the Lady Jackets’ leading scorer with 21 points. Regina Hochstetler scored 20 points. Baylee Bennett scored 16 points and added seven assists. Bennett said the win was huge as the team enters the final month of the regular season. “This is ...