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Cedarville Stomps Miami-Hamilton in Home Opener

by Tim Miller The Cedarville Yellow Jackets disposed of the Miami-Hamilton Harriers on Friday night, 100-69, in the second game of the Don Callan Classic. The home opener win was Cedarville’s first of the season, and they now sit at 1-2. Junior guard Kwenton Scott paced Cedarville, scoring 22 points on 8-11 shooting. Scott also made all six of his free throw tries. Freshman forward Conner TenHove contributed 10 points and pulled down 11 rebounds. Junior forward Gabe Portillo and sophomore ...

Cedarville’s Chapel Honors Veterans

By Brianna Saucier Almost 100 veterans attended Cedarville’s annual Veteran’s Day chapel on Friday, Nov. 10. The annual Veteran’s Day chapel is a way for Cedarville to honor those who served in the armed forces. This year, the chapel was and was led by Army Air Corp. veteran Dr. Cliff Johnson and accompanied by the Cedarville Jazz Band. The band performed several numbers to commemorate the country’s 98th celebration of Veteran’s Day and looked at how music influenced the war ...

Recap: Org Wars 2017

CU student orgs gather together once again for the annual Org Wars, competing against each other for the 2017 Org Wars crown. - photos by Lydia Wolterman

No. 1 Ashland Escapes Cedarville Thanks to Buzzer-Beater

by Tim Miller The Cedarville Lady Jackets (1-1) nearly pulled off one of the biggest upsets in program history on Saturday afternoon and gave No. 1 Ashland all it could handle. The Eagles avenged Cedarville’s upset bid 79-78 in the final game of the Midwest Region Crossover. Senior forward Taylor Buckley broke out, notching a career mark in points with 20 points on 8-10 shooting and grabbed 12 rebounds, seven of which came from the offensive glass. Redshirt junior Regina Hochstetler ...

What is Net Neutrality?

A little-known legislation with huge ramifications for the future of the internet by Breanna Beers For most of the history of the internet, net neutrality has been an unstated but basic assumption of how the online world operates. Net neutrality is the principle that internet providers should be prohibited from artificially blocking or slowing down particular websites or applications: content is not restricted based on what it is or where it comes from. Under this assumption, a private blog ...

Professors Sign to State Truth

Eight Cedarville University professors sign Nashville Statement on biblical sexuality by Zach Krauss Eight Cedarville University professors, including President Dr. Thomas White, reiterated their beliefs on sexuality by signing the Nashville Statement after it was drafted in August. Other Cedarville affiliated signatories included White’s wife, Joy, assistant professor of women’s studies;  Dr. Dan DeWitt, professor of applied theology and apologetics; Dr. Jason Lee, dean of the School  ...

Van Dyck Miraculously Playing After Brain Surgery

by Tim Miller The most fateful tragedies in life rarely happen to you. Your neighbor’s house catches on fire, not yours. Your friend’s mother gets diagnosed with cancer, not your own. For most people, the momentous instant in life happens to someone else. For Cedarville soccer player Creslyn Van Dyck, an inauspicious occasion actually happened to her, rather than a classmate’s distant relative. Last fall, Van Dyck began feeling woefully ill and was diagnosed with a brain tumor. “I ...

Cedarville Lady Jackets Defeat the Wisconsin-Parkside Rangers

by Tim Miller The Cedarville Lady Jackets opened their season with a 90-78 win over the Wisconsin-Parkside Rangers in the second game of the 2017 Midwest Region Crossover. Junior guard Regina Hochstetler picked up where she left off from last season, leading the team in scoring with 27 points and six rebounds. Senior forward Breanne Watterworth recorded a double-double, chalking up 12 points and 11 boards. Junior guard Baylee Bennett led the Lady Jacket aerial attack, knocking down five of ...

Veterans Day Chapel 2017

Every year for Veterans Day, Cedarville University hosts a special chapel to recognize and thank veterans for their service. - photos by Naomi Harward

Thursdays to Become Weekly Highlights in Stinger’s

By Zach Krauss Student Life Programs has begun a new weekly event on campus called Thursday Night Live in addition to Coffee and Community and the SGA prayer meetings. Thursday Night Live, stylized TNL, is an event catered to the student body that will include many different kinds of entertainment and interactions for students. The town hall meeting with Dr. White was one of the first Thursday Night Lives, and it involved students meeting together in Stingers in order to ask the school’s ...