Book Review: ‘An Enchantment of Ravens’
by Sarah Pennington
Isobel, heroine of Margaret Rogerson’s debut novel “An Enchantment of Ravens,” is the finest portrait artist in all of Whimsy, the land between the mundane World Beyond and the forests where the fair folk—or faeries—dwell. For years, she has navigated through one bargain after another with these faeries, trading her art for enchantments, for the fair folk desire human Craft, since they themselves cannot any. But when Rook, the autumn prince, seeks her out for a ...
‘Bridging’ the Gap
Local homeless shelter ‘Bridges of Hope’ serves community needs
by Breanna Beers
In December of 2017, Bridges of Hope opened its doors to its first guests, converting a former elementary school into an emergency shelter.
The road to opening Bridges of Hope was a three-year process of prayer and persistence until finally the nonprofit organization was finally able to confirm their purchase of the former Simon Kenton Elementary School in Xenia. The building was slated for demolition, but ...
Movie Review: ‘Black Panther’
by Hunter Johnson
Marvel is known for making films about all different kinds of superheroes. They have made movies about a billionaire in a metal suit from LA, a kid in stars and stripes from Brooklyn, and an alien who flies around with a hammer. And now, the newest addition to this colorful cast of is a man who dresses up as a cat.
“Black Panther,” directed and written by Ryan Coogler, is the eighteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It tells the story of King T’Challa of ...
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 ...
Movie Review: ‘Peter Rabbit’
by Ian Sarmiento
“Peter Rabbit,” based on the classic tale by Beatrix Potter and directed by Will Gluck, hopped into theaters last week. The film invites audiences into a new adventure with the Rabbit family as they defend their home from a new threat.
Peter Rabbit (James Corden) is a whimsical, smart, and mischievous . He and his family live in a burrow with one goal: find food. Easy, right? Especially since they live next to a food garden. If only it wasn’t owned by the McGregor ...
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 ...
Hobbling Lady Jackets Scrape By Ohio Dominican to Keep Share of G-MAC Lead
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (19-4, 14-3 G-MAC) picked up a pivotal conference win over Ohio Dominican on Saturday evening, 93-88. The Lady Jackets used just eight players and had only 10 active for the game.
Senior guard Kaitlyn Holm recorded a double-double with 21 points and 13 rebounds. Cedarville was without leading scorer Regina Hochstetler (torn ACL, out for season) and Emily Williams (grade three ankle sprain, out at least three weeks), among others in the contest. Holm ...
Cedarville Basketball Loses Leading Scorers For Season
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville men’s and women’s basketball teams each lost their leading scorers less than a week apart in the first week of February.
Patrick Bain, a senior guard who led the team in points per game (21.7), assists per game (3.5), blocks (13), and steals (24), was on pace to win G-MAC Player of the Year. Bain tore his ACL with just over a minute to play in a win over Ohio Valley on Jan. 27.
"Patrick left everything he had on the court and although this is devastat...