Johnson Moves to Knockout Round on ‘The Voice’
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Anna Dembowski is a junior journalism major and managing editor/arts & entertainment editor for Cedars. She likes nearly anything that is the color purple and enjoys spelling the word "agathokakological."
Album Review: ‘Just Kids’
Mat Kearney’s latest album, “Just Kids,” is the latest effort by the acoustic pop singer, and it’s sure to leave a lasting impression on pop music fans.
The album kicks off with the sing-song track “Heartbreak Dreamer” that, while upbeat and cheery, sounds serious and down to earth, mainly due to the way Kearney sings during the chorus. The title track “Just Kids” is simple yet effective, with a piano and soft bass playing behind Kearney’s vocals, and the chorus is incred...
Career Services Give Students Tips on Getting Jobs or Internships
Tyler Dicks interned at the Air Force Institute of Technology at Wright Patterson Air Force Base this past summer. Dicks, an employer relations intern with Cedarville’s career services office and a junior computer engineering major, spent his time doing flight software development for satellites.
And he said there were many factors that contributed to him getting that internship, including strategically applying to internships and having a good resume, interviewing skills and interpersonal ...
Running with God from Africa to the US
Andre Klaassen is fast. Really fast. Only a sophomore, he already holds the indoor 60- and 200-meter dash records for Cedarville University and ran the second fastest outdoor 100- and 200-meter dash times in a season plagued by injury.
Klaassen was adopted as an infant in Louisville, Kentucky. Soon after, his family moved to North Africa, where his parents served as missionaries for 12 years. As a young boy in Africa, he took up soccer. It was on the pitch, not the track, that he discovered ...
#TeamBrian Joins #TeamBlake on NBC’s ‘The Voice’
Cedarville alumnus Brian Johnson joined #TeamBlake on tonight's episode of NBC's "The Voice."
Johnson, a 2012 grad, covered "Reason to Believe" during the show's blind audition segment, which will continue Monday at 8 p.m.
Johnson didn't make an appearance until just 20 minutes remained in the two-hour show, but his performance surely touched fans, musical coaches and family members.
As Johnson prepared to take the stage, a video including interviews and the story of his family, ...
Senior Students Intern with the FBI
Cedarville may not be Disney, but for seniors Mayra Chavez and Danielle Banks, it was the place where impossible dreams came true.
Both forensic science majors interned during the summer and have continued the internships this school year with the Honors Internship Program of the FBI. The students learned of the internship through Robert Vaughn, assistant professor of criminal justice at Cedarville.
“Last January, I was in a criminal law class and our professor told us about this ...
From The ‘Ville to ‘The Voice’
Brian Johnson, a 2012 Cedarville University graduate and Cleveland, Ohio, native, will appear on NBC's "The Voice" during the show's blind audition round. And according to Johnson's music Facebook page, he'll make that appearance this week.
"I have a REALLY good feeling about the possibility of being on this next week's episodes," he said in a Feb. 27 status.
Johnson announced his audition for "The Voice" Feb. 6 on social media.
While at Cedarville, Johnson studied organizational ...
NBC’s ‘Parks and Recreation’: ‘The Little Sitcom that Could’
A group of government employees in a small Indiana town does not seem to make for a very interesting sitcom, but NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” turned that premise into one of the best shows on network television. As it came to an end Tuesday, the show made sure it left its mark in the hearts of its fans.
“Parks” never garnered huge ratings. According to TV by the Numbers, the final episode drew 4.2 million viewers, its largest audience since 2011. In comparison, “The Big Bang ...
Senior Leads Lady Jackets to Final Regular Season Win
In her last regular season home game, senior guard Raegan Ryan led the 22nd-ranked Cedarville women's basketball team against Ursuline in a 71-58 win.
Ryan scored 25 points, including 10 in the first half, where she also grabbed six rebounds. The two teams played a close first half, with Cedarville leading the Arrows after 20 minutes of play, 27-21. The Jackets shot 30 percent from the field.
In the second half, Ryan handled the ball well, and scored 15 points. The team followed suit ...