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World Fair Returns to Cedarville

By Zachary Krauss On Friday, March 23, the international student org, MISO, will be relaunching an event called the World Fair after three years of dormancy. The event will be three hours long and will be hosted in the Center for Biblical and Theological Students. There will be live music, cultural dance, arts and crafts and foods. Kelly Murphy, junior communication student and the events coordinator for MISO, helped plan the events and venues that will be attending. The event will ...

Dating on Cedarville’s Campus

Survey says, go elsewhere By Rebekah Erway and Rachel Downs The Oxford English Dictionary defines a “date” as “an appointment or engagement at a particular time; esp. a social activity or meeting with a person in whom one has a romantic interest.” In their terms, then, a date could be any sort of activity that a person purposefully schedules with the someone that person has a crush on. Cedarville University students, however, have a different definition. For them, the dating ...

Cedarville Gains New Industrial Design Org

by Zach Krauss Starting this semester, students can join a new student org on Cedarville’s campus for industrial design majors. Rebecca Murch, sophomore industrial design major and secretary of the Org, said that during her first semester she really didn’t know many in her major. She said the purpose of the org is to get to know the other industrial design students so they will be more prepared for the second half of the program. “We want to do something to just help everyone get ...

New SGA Team Strives for Togetherness

By Rebekah Erway The newly elected leaders of SGA for the 2018-19 school year – President Ryan Smith, junior allied health major; Vice President Clara Costello, junior strategic communication major; Chaplain Campbell Bortel, junior geology major – all hope to implement an SGA that emphasizes togetherness. Both Smith and Costello’s president-vice-president campaign slogan and Bortel’s chaplain campaign slogan included the word “together.” Smith and Costello’s “Better Togeth...

Cedars wins top awards in Ohio News Media Association collegiate newspaper contest

COLUMBUS – Cedars won its sixth straight Frank E. Deaner Award as the best small-college newspaper in Ohio at the recent Ohio News Media Association Convention. Cedars placed first in seven of the 10 categories in Division B for schools with enrollment under 10,000. Eight schools entered the competition. The Cedars placed first as a staff in the following categories: News coverage ahead of Capital and Xavier. The judge cited broad campus and community coverage that ties in well ...

Nursing Honors Society hosts missions seminars

By Mariah Hines The Nursing Honor Society is currently hosting Monday Night Missions, a ten-week mission series geared towards giving students insights from a professor’s past missionary experiences. The series began as a personal project of Abigail Patton, president of the Nursing Honor Society. Referencing a missions trip to Honduras she was apart of with her church, Patton said many people did not seem to have the right mindset. They got to spend time with the people, share with them ...

ELML Gives Staff and Students a Chance to Love Their Neighbors

By Hannah Day Cedarville University’s staff and students will be sharing the spirit of love and friendship of Valentine’s Day by assembling packages to help those in need at the Love Your Neighbor event. This year’s event is the second annual Love Your Neighbor event held at the university, hosted by the English Literature and Modern Languages department. The purpose of this event is to remind students that there are more types of love to celebrate on Valentine’s Day than romantic ...

The Foreign Film Series Kicks Off It’s 14th Year This Month

by Gary Phillips In 2004 Dan Clark, Associate professor of English, and Andrew Wiseman, Professor of Spanish,  came up with the idea of the Foreign Film Series, a selection of films that are produced in other countries that show the culture in which they are filmed. After gaining approval in spring of 2004, they were able to fund the first series through a gift from the Student Life department and they were able to screen the first film in spring of 2005. Since the first semester, the FFS has ...

Students Care More About Who They Live With Than Where

by Shelby McGuire Dorm selections for the 2018-2019 school year are quickly approaching, and it’s time for students to start thinking about where they want to live--or rather, who they want to live with. The deciding factor for dorm selections for most students is the community. For some, dorm selections are a no brainer--they’ve had the perfect room in their favorite dorm for the past few years, and they aren’t moving an inch. Others, however, are ready for a change and a new ...

CU Student Philip White Appears on the Steve Harvey Show

By Jonathan Still Philip White, a sophomore computer science major, demonstrated his yo-yo tricks two weeks ago on the Steve Harvey Show in Los Angeles. The segment was taped on the 11th of January and was shown on TV last Tuesday afternoon. “It was not as nerve wracking as you might expect,” White said. “It wasn’t live in front of national TV, but it was still pretty nerve wracking, because you know it was going to be on something.” White was battling two other yo-yo champi...