The Collaborative Holds Open Forum For Student Input
By Zach Krauss
Cedarville administration’s master plan consultants hosted an open forum in the recital hall for students to give input on the ten-year master plan for the university on Monday, October 16.
The forum was led by Benjamin Hoffmann, Philip Enderle, and Mike DiNardo, all employees of The Collaborative, which is the company that Cedarville administration is working alongside with to forge the university’s master plan. Hoffmann is a senior design professional, while DiNardo and ...
Cedarville Celebrates 500th Anniversary of Reformation
By Allison White
The Bible department has several events planned on Oct. 31 for the student body in order to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
What society now calls the Reformation was sparked on Oct. 31, 1517 when Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk, nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Catholic church. Luther attacked the Catholic church’s abuse of Indulgences, called for reform from corruption and false teaching, and eventually translated the Bible so ...
Places That Will Make You Fall for Fall
by Kaylie Mullen
There’s nothing quite like the aroma of freshly fallen leaves from a calm, crisp breeze. Autumn is here, accompanied by football games, comfy sweatshirts, and pumpkin-flavored everything.
The first half of the semester is already finished and winter is creeping closer each week. This list of five locations is for the Cedarville students and faculty who wish to take a break from their busy schedules with some much needed fall fun.
Don’t let the season pass you by! ...
The Diary of Anne Frank Review
by Allison White
Anne Frank’s story is one of hope and tragedy. Through the dramatization of her diary, the audience gets a small glimpse into the life of a Jewish teenager living in hiding during the turmoil of World War II in the Netherlands. Cedarville’s production of “The Diary of Anne Frank” moved the audience to feel as this young girl felt.
This slow-moving drama left the audience feeling the mundane days passing as they did for Anne and her family. The technical crew immersed ...
Album Review: ‘All Things Work Together’ by Lecrae
by Callahan Jones
Since the release of Lecrae's second album, “After the Music Stops” in 2006 and his Billboard Gospel charts-topping third release, “Rebel,” in 2008, Lecrae has been at the top of the Christian music game. With each release he has gotten more and more outspoken about his views on the world, mainly through the lens of his Christian faith.
All of his previous work has come to a culmination in his new release, “All Things Work Together.”
“All Things Work ...
Attack in Las Vegas: Terrorism or crime?
by Allison White
On Sunday, October 1, the unthinkable occurred in Las Vegas. Thousands of fans were attending the closing act of the Route 91 Country Music Festival, singer Jason Aldean. Enjoyment quickly turned to terror as the crowd was assaulted by bullets from above. Fifty-nine people died and over 500 were seriously injured in the deadliest mass shooting in modern United States history.
Dr. Frank Jenista, professor of international studies at Cedarville University, concurs with the ...
Light the Lake 2017
A worshipful conclusion to Homecoming Weekend 2017.
Photos by Naomi Harward
CU Passes Major G-MAC Test Against Walsh
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (8-10, 6-2 G-MAC) outlasted the Walsh Cavaliers (13-4, 7-2 G-MAC) 3-2 in a pivotal G-MAC showdown on Friday night. With the win, Cedarville closed the gap to Malone and Findlay (both 8-1 in G-MAC) in the conference standings.
Cedarville took the match 21-25, 25-15, 25-21, 22-25 and 15-10.
“It was a big game so we knew we had to come out there and serve aggressive and get our defense the ball to win,” senior middle hitter Gabby Olson said.
Drug Price Relief or Deceptive Rx? Ohio’s Issue 2 Divides Opinion
By Breanna Beers
The November 7 Ohio general election is approaching, and few ballot items have incited as much controversy as Ohio Issue 2. Commonly referred to as the Drug Price Relief Act -- or the Deceptive Rx Ballot Issue, depending on the speaker -- this bill would mandate that no state-run agency could spend more on prescription drugs than the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), which receives a federally mandated 24 percent discount.
Proponents of this bill hope to reduce the ...