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K9s at the Ville Hosts Annual Pupperoni Night Fundraiser

K9s at the Ville, a student volunteer organization, is putting on Pupperoni Night, an event this Wednesday, Nov. 16, to fundraise and raise awareness for 4 Paws for Ability, a service dog organization based in Xenia. Pupperoni Night is a pasta dinner with puppies and a service dog demonstration. Emily Sulka, media coordinator for K9s, said the event will include food from  Olive Garden and Fazoli’s as well as a chance to hear from a family who has received a service dog. “Pasta! ...

Election 2016 Polls

PHOTO GALLERY: Cedarville students join the community on Election Day at Grace Baptist Church to cast their ballots.

Cedarville Pharmacy Organization Partners with One Bistro and Walgreens to Provide Health Screenings

Cedarville pharmacy students in the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (AphA-ASP) shared information about immunizations and drug abuse at free health screenings in Xenia and Miamisburg on Oct. 19. Scarlet Lau, the current operation immunization chair for AphA-ASP, worked with other pharmacy doctorate students Kristin Lessig and Nicole Stute to plan this event. “It was a really unique opportunity to be able to apply our knowledge in school to real life and be ...

Engineers Race Across Lake in Cardboard

Every year, engineering students and volunteering teams build cardboard boats to race across Cedar Lake at Cedarville's Homecoming. This year's participants took on a rainy afternoon Friday Sept. 30

Springfield Market: A Night Away from Campus

The Greater Springfield Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (CVB) hosted its first evening farmer’s market on Thursday, Aug. 25 for students and others in the community who may not be able to make it an evening farmer’s market. The market sits adjacent to The Clark County Heritage Center downtown.  It was held from 5-8 p.m. at the request of multiple vendors as an addition to the weekly farmers market on Saturday from 9 a.m to noon. Camaren Sloan, events manager and Cedarville graduate, ...

Goodbye Faith Hall, Hello New Dorm

Cedarville’s decision to close Faith Hall and replace it with a new women’s dorm will not destroy Faith’s legacy but rather continue it. Cedarville University plans to tear down Faith, a women’s dorm established in 1957 from old army barracks, by  the beginning of next school year. Rodney Johnson, associate vice president for operations, said the building has lived past its usefulness and cannot be renovated. “Renovation would basically mean taking [Faith] down and starting ...

Louisana Church Benefits from Cedarville Fall Bible Conference Offering After Summer Flooding

After devastating flooding in Louisiana, a student, a family, a church and a community are bouncing back with the help of the students, faculty and staff of Cedarville University.  Bekah Luce, a junior nursing major at Cedarville, and her family lost everything when the flooding struck Denham Springs, Louisiana in late August. Bekah’s church, Amite Baptist Church, led by her father and head pastor Michael Luce, was also affected by the flooding. “We’ve experienced a tremendous ...

More Than a Runner

Almost every student at Cedarville University recognizes junior track star Carsyn Koch as a record-breaking athlete who went to the United States Olympic Trials this summer. Koch set a school record in the 800 meters almost every time she ran last season. She beat the Olympic trial qualifying time of 2:03 back in May, finishing the 800 in 2:02.39. Koch went on to Oregon for the trials in July, where she finished fifth in her heat with a time of 2:05.57 seconds. She did not make the Olympic ...

Suspect arrested for NY and NJ Bombings

Ahmad Khan Rahami was taken into custody on Sept. 19th after exchanging gunfire with police and was charged on Sept. 20 for the bombings in New York and New Jersey that occurred on Sept. 17. He has been charged with five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer, as well as two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm. According to the Washington Post, Rahami is the main suspect in the bombings in Seaside Park, N.J., Elizabeth, N.J. and Manhattan. The bomb in Manhattan ...

Preparing for Reaccreditation a Huge Task

With the school’s 10-year accreditation status coming to a close this year, Cedarville faculty and staff are working together to prepare for re-accreditation. This semester, on Oct. 10 and 11, reviewers will arrive on campus from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the nationally recognized major regional accreditor for Cedarville and other schools in the area, including Ohio State University. These reviewers will examine the campus and make sure Cedarville meets the standards set by the ...