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Rinnova Revamped over Summer

By Zach Krauss Over the summer Cedarville renovated Rinnova, the campus’s only coffee shop, as part of the larger renovation of the lower Stevens Student Center. Rinnova has been on campus for more than 10 years, and it hadn’t had an upgrade since its opening. The renovation involved adding a counter extension and a second line and register, separating drip brew coffee and teas from other types of drinks such as smoothies and lattes. Rachel Street, senior social work major and the ...

Taylor Swift “Look What You Made Me Do” Music Video Review

by Kori Beal What do, snakes, tombstones, and a bathtub all have in common? I don’t know what you were thinking, but I was referring to the new Taylor Swift video, “Look What You Made Me Do”. Despite being released a few weeks ago, it has already reached number one on the Official Singles Chart. Why? What has the pop artist released this time that would add to her fame? In the first 30 seconds of “Look What You Made Me Do”, it is easy to tell that Swift has taken a ...

Cedarfest 2017

Cedarville University students take part once again in the town's annual Cedarfest Labor Day celebration. The festivities began the Saturday before Labor Day, and concluded on Monday with a parade. Photos by senior Priscila Gonzalez

Community Unites in Wake of Harvey’s Destruction

By Naomi Harward The damage caused by Hurricane Harvey this past week has set new records, according to several news sources. But amidst the vast devastation, the people of Houston are coming together in a community effort to rebuild their city. Danger continues to loom over Houston, even as floodwater levels begin to recede, the Associated Press reported Wednesday, August 30. By Thursday morning, there had been fires and two explosions at the local Arkema, Inc. chemical plant, resulting in ...

Lady Jackets Win Season Opener 4-0

By Joshua Woolverton Cedarville University’s women’s soccer team defeated Saginaw Valley State in their home opener Thursday night 4-0 in an out of conference game. Junior Alyssa Maillefer led the way scoring two goals less than two minutes apart. Cedarville head coach Jonathan Meade said the girls’ team came out to execute what they had trained for in this game. “They came ready to play and they took care of business and I’m really proud of them for that,” Meade said. ...

CU Involvement Fair and Kickoff Party 2017

Every fall, CU hosts a 2-hour fair and semester "kickoff party", during which campus orgs and local ministries can set up booths to show students what opportunities are available to them during their time at Cedarville. While the event is aimed primarily at the year's incoming freshmen, all students are highly encouraged to attend and take part in the festivities.

Just Sayin’ – How A Digital Detox Changed My Summer

By Alex Hentschel That’s it,” I said resolutely, holding down my apps until they trembled with the fear of being deleted. “I’m done.” My dad only looked at me in a “sure, if you say so” way, but I did it — on the car ride back from my freshman year, I got rid of all of my social media and time-wasting apps. Facebook. Instagram. Snapchat. GroupMe. Podcasts. My three — three! — brickbreaking games. I told my friends that all my social media was gone and they could — and ...

Alex & Mojade

SGA President and Vice President by Naomi Harward It’s no surprise that Alex and Mojade won the hearts (and votes) of so many during SGA elections last year. These two are some of the friendliest, most down-to-earth people you will meet on campus. Unless they’re running late to class or busy with homework, they’re almost always open to stopping to chat with you. They love meeting new people and both share a heart for fostering relationships with their fellow students. This year, this ...

Why are people talking about Faith and Jenkins?

by Rebekah Erway Faith and Jenkins are two opposites on the dorm spectrum: one is the oldest dorm on campus, the other the newest. Faith (formally Faith Hall) originated over 50 years ago as a used Army barracks. The dorm was meant to be temporary housing but lasted for 58 years as a home for students on Cedarville’s campus. Last year, the announcement officially came that Cedarville was going to tear Faith down before the start of the 2017-18 school year. This led to numerous puns about ...