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 ...
What do students like about SLP ALT Nights? “Rogue One”
Video by Micah Gerber
ALT nights at Cedarville University feature free movies, food and activities as organized by Student Life Programs. Students reflect on what they like about ALT Night at the "Rogue One" event Fri. March 17th.
One Game at a Time
Cedarville baseball won’t be looking ahead or behind as it hopes to compete for G-MAC title
by Josh Burris
Every pitch. Every inning. Every game. That is Cedarville baseball’s theme for this season.
Head coach Mike Manes said his team will be focusing on the opponent of the day and are not marking anybody on their calendars.
“We aren’t gonna look ahead, we aren’t gonna look behind,” Manes said. “Whoever is on the field that day, that’s our opponent.”
With new talent and ...
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 ...
Note From an Editor: My Very Last One
by Emily Day
From the age of 5 to 18, we are placed in a building with at least 20 other kids around our age all there for the same purpose: to learn. We learn how to read and write and the power words have to influence entire nations. We learn about numbers and formulas and how they have the power to create everything from the chairs we sit in to shuttles that send people to space. We learn how the world works and how everything from the smallest bumblebee bat to the largest blue whale has an ...
Student Spotlight – Robbie Lindmark: Acts Out Faith
by Kellyn Post
Robbie Lindmark, a freshman theater major and the lead role of Professor Harold Hill in Cedarville’s production of “The Music Man,” sees theater and storytelling as special ways to encourage others and bring glory to God.
Lindmark grew up next to a Christian radio station with a performing arts center attached to it. It was there that he was first exposed to theater through the center’s Christmas productions and musicals. He also had the opportunity to be involved ...
Philathropy in Style
Former Cedarville student uses fashion startup to help inner-city kids
by Callahan Jones
It’s an exciting January afternoon at Inner City Impact (ICI), a mission to children in Chicago. The kids line up outside the door, eagerly anticipating the gifts they are about to receive.
It’s time. The kids enter the room, which contains table upon table of school uniforms, something required at all the area schools and are a rare and expensive commodity.
A young man, wearing a long-sleeve shirt ...
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 ...
Striving For Perfection
by Tim Miller
Cedarville Lady Jackets head softball coach Wes Rowe said his 2017 team is the best he has had in his 10-year tenure at Cedarville.
The 2016 season ended just as it did in 2015 with a second-place finish in the G-MAC. The team concluded 2016 with a 28-31 record, including a 16-12 record in the G-MAC.
Coach Rowe said his team underachieved in 2016, but that the players improved as the year went on.
“We probably did not produce as well on the field as we were capable of ...