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Concealed Carry Raises Discussion

Students, faculty and staff voice their opinions on whether concealed carry should be allowed on campus by Alexandria Hentschel Ohio will soon become one of 24 states that allows universities to decide whether concealed carry permits should be allowed on campus, a change that has brought about much discussion at Cedarville University. Gov. John Kasich signed Senate Bill 199 on Dec. 19  that lifts the ban on concealed firearms in “vulnerable areas,” namely on college campuses. The ...

Clevenger Closes Lid to Teaching Career

by Callahan Jones Dr. Charles Clevenger, beloved senior professor of music at Cedarville, is teaching his final semester. Since his arrival on campus in 1982, Clevenger has been one of the more influential faculty members on campus. During his tenure, he has taught piano, reworked and overseen the entire Intro to Humanities program, been Chair of the Music and Worship department and oversaw the planning and building of the Bolthouse Center for Music, his department’s current home. He was ...

How to Love Well

Cedars gets relationship advice from married professors on campus by Paolo Carrion Drs. Donald and Margaret Grigorenko The Grigorenkos call themselves “Team G.” Ever since they were in high school, they’ve been on the same team, working together. “Most of our lives we operated in the same world,” Donald said. This wasn’t an accident. The two purposely made decisions that would allow them to work together. Donald and Margaret first met in high school, and at one point ...

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. ...

Parsons’ Pioneering Podcast

by Paulo Carrion Imagine reading your own writing for an audience of three people — for an hour. A little awkward? Elise Parsons thought so. This reading is part of the presentation requirement for the creative writing minor. “It’s kind of a hybrid of story time and a lecture,” Parsons said. So she decided to do something different. Parsons, a senior English and graphic design double major, is working on the capstone project for her creative writing minor. The idea of sitting ...

Visiting the Beloved Bard

On Friday, Nov. 11th, a group of almost 30 Cedarville students had the chance to go on a day trip to learn more about the beloved bard, William Shakespeare. The students were led by English professors Peggy Wilfong and Scott Calhoun. Dr. Wilfong, professor of the Shakespeare class offered here on campus, encouraged all the students in her section to go along on the trip. Mostly English students joined the class but other majors were represented as well. The trip was focused on viewing a ...

International Christmas Traditions

With Christmas just around the corner, and everyone getting excited for break, Cedars wanted to take a moment to ask some students about their favorite Christmas traditions. Cedarville is proud to have a diverse student body from different countries and cultures. To celebrate that, Cedars interviewed some students of MuKappa, the international students’ organization, to learn a little about how they celebrate Christmas. Honduras Barhona’s favorite part of Christmas is illegal. ...

IBC Starts 15th Year Impacting Cedarville

The Integrated Business Core (IBC), part business course, part student organization and part fully functioning business, has begun its 15th year this semester. Started in 2002, IBC has been available to business department students during their junior year in the fall semester. Professors in the school of business administration Jon Austin and Jeff Guernsey, oversee the program, though the 27 members of the IBC run the business with minimal instruction. The IBC mission is threefold. The ...

Behind the Serving Lines

Food is fuel for learning minds, and Cedarville stomachs are fed in one main area: the dining hall in the Stevens Student Center. The Cedarville University dining hall goes through a lot of food in one day. One employee, Chris Hubosky, said that in a single dinner, workers might put 500 pounds of smoked beef onto the serving lines to feed the Cedarville University community. With such a huge task, it takes a lot of effort to make sure food is on the line in a timely manner. Cedarville’s 32 ...