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Solar Eclipse At CU

Students gather outside the ENS observatory on August 21 to see the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in 99 years. Telescopes with solar filters were set up on the lawn, and eclipse glasses were also provided. The event was also projected on a screen inside the observatory. Although the full eclipse itself did not occur until around 2:30 p.m., people began arriving on site as soon as 1 p.m. in hopes of securing a good viewing spot. Photos by sophomore student Lauren Jacobs

Getting Started Weekend – Sting Groups and Jacket Jaunt

Hear about the Getting Started activities in this video by Erica Zichi.

Getting Started Weekend – Move In

Witness freshman's first reaction to being on campus in this video by Erica Zichi.    

Cedarville Trustees Approve Concealed Carry

Faculty, staff and trustees will be 1st on an Ohio college campus with permission to carry a handgun. Written by Cedars Staff Cedarville University's board of trustees approved a new concealed carry policy at its most recent meeting. The policy, a first among Ohio colleges, “authorizes the President to grant permission to faculty, staff, and trustees with concealed carry licenses to carry a concealed handgun on campus under approved terms and/or conditions consist...

Byline of Goodbye

Journalism and Broadcasting Professor Wes Baker to Retire at end of Semester by David Grandouiller Dr. Wes Baker, who has long been an integral force in the broadcasting and journalism programs at Cedarville, will retire at the end of this semester. His departure marks the end of a 40-year contribution to the university that cannot be understated. It is a testament to the impact of his teaching that many of the faculty in his department are former students of his. His colleagues describe ...

Filmgate Opens Skills and Services to Student Body

by Nathan Perry Five years ago, a group of students dedicated to the idea of film and community came together to form Filmgate. Now they wish to extend this community to the rest of Cedarville. Since its inception in 2011, Filmgate has been available to students of all majors who wish to take part in filmmaking. Professor Jeff Simon advises the community, with students Jacob McDonald and Jared Smith arranging and organizing all projects. Filmgate has two goals for its members. The ...

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 ...