Serving Those with Addiction
Her husband was waiting for her when she came home.
He went upstairs to run a warm bath for her and help her get cleaned up. When he came back downstairs, he found his wife talking to her children in the kitchen, convincing them to give her the money in their piggy banks.
She told them that “Mommy needed the money to feel better.”
She was a heroin addict, suffering from dope sickness and desperate for another dose. And she was one of hundreds that live practically next door, and ...
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.
Barhona’s favorite part of Christmas is illegal.
Telemetry: Innovation in Pursuit of Perfection
Taylor Minor is the owner of Telemetry Coffee Roasters, previously known as Stony Creek. He has owned the business for eight years and outlines his vision for the future as well as the multiple reasons behind the name change. He also explains his reasoning for closing Neapolitan, an ice-cream shop adjacent to Telemetry, and turning it into a $40,000 laboratory. Minor is a fascinating, seemingly intelligent and quirky individual who compared himself to a nutty professor.
A Main Street Place to Find “Anything & Everything”
Outside of the store Anything & Everything are boxes of trinkets on tables with a grill and golf clubs sitting to the side. The collection looks more like a yard sale setup than a store display.
Upon entering the store, customers stop as they take in the view. The inside of the store looks like a cross between a carnival display and your grandfather’s attic.
Brian Larrabee opened his store, Anything & Everything, in March and sells a variety of items that are unique, antique or ...
Cedarville Students Serve Haiti
Two Cedarville students with hearts for Haiti went to minister to the disaster-ridden island after a massive hurricane recently struck the region.
Leslie Pence and Samantha Reece had been to Haiti before on multiple missions trips. They both were upset to hear that a hurricane was headed directly for where they had ministered during the previous summer.
“We follow what’s happening in Haiti because we have a heart for it,” said Reece. “We saw the course of where the hurricane was ...
Second Act develops relationships in the community
Second Act has served Cedarville for over three years by supplying people in need with clothing and through its partnerships with other local nonprofit organization.
“My mantra is, we’re not about a business. We are about relationships,” said Jill Mitchell-Kinney, manager of Second Act. “Our whole focus is to build relationships in the name of Christ.”
While originally a clothing pantry at the Cedarville United Methodist Church, Second Act now serves as a nonprofit thrift store ...
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 ...
Resound Radio Dedicates New Studio
VIDEO: On Nov. 17, Cedarville President Dr. Thomas White and Loren Reno, the vice president for academics, joined broadcasting and digital media faculty, Department of Communication chair Derrick Green and students on the Resound staff for a dedication of the new studio that was installed this past summer. Green and Dr. White joined David Long and Amy Radwanski on the live afternoon show Amp Up.
Writing Center Celebrates 15 Years
Students visiting the Cedarville University Writing Center for the first time this semester may be surprised at the greeting of one of its newest members: Katniss, a 6-month-old service dog in training.
Professor Julie Moore, director of the Writing Center, has volunteered to foster Katniss as part of the 4 Paws for Ability organization. But the puppy is not the only addition to the Writing Center. Newly renovated this summer, the Writing Center, located in room 104 of the Tyler Digital ...