A Celebration of Five Centuries of Evangelical Heritage
By Shelby McGuire
Cedarville faculty and students joined together in the BTS building for a different kind of celebration on Halloween night. After stopping at Schmidt’s food truck for some classic German eats, curious students stepped into the foyer of the BTS, which was briefly transformed into a cathedral as the voices of the Concert Chorale group rang out, singing Martin Luther’s “A Mighty Fortress is our God.” After the performance, there were opportunities for students to mingle ...
SWARM Creates Buzz
Cedarville’s new student cheer section brings new energy to games
by Kaileigh Willis
The athletic department hopes to create more positive energy at Cedarville’s athletic events through the new student cheer section, SWARM.
Stephanie Zonars, assistant athletic director for marketing and sponsorships at Cedarville, and a group of students created the SWARM to encourage more students to support Cedarville’s sports teams, come together as a community and have fun. Planning for SWARM took ...
Tax Levy Renewal Seeks to Continue to Address Lack of State Funding
By Timothy Mattackal
On November 7, residents of Cedarville will have the opportunity to vote on a measure to renew a tax levy for workers in the village. Two years ago, the village council proposed a temporary .25 percent increase on Cedarville’s municipal individual income tax, taking the rate from 1 percent to 1.25 percent. That tax levy is due to expire and is up for renewal.
While this extension requires those who work in Cedarville to continue to pay the higher tax rate, it would ...
The Gridiron Classic
by Tim Miller
Two dorms meet under the lights to determine which has the superior flag football athletes on Nov. 3. Lawlor Hall and the Hill square off for four 12-minute quarters of full-contact, smashmouth flag football as each attempt to dominate in the name of Jesus.
The event known as the Gridiron Classic kicks off with Printy and Maddox facing in their own flag football game at 6 p.m. at the Cedarville High School football field. Lawlor and the Hill kicks off thereafter.
Lady Jackets Disappoint Against Hillsdale
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (15-12, 10-3 G-MAC) dropped a pivotal G-MAC showdown against the Hillsdale Chargers (21-3, 11-2 G-MAC) on Friday night in four sets. The loss was a setback for Cedarville, as they dropped a full game behind Hillsdale to third place in the conference.
Hillsdale fought to win 25-15, 24-26, 25-21 and 25-18 in the match.
Senior middle hitter Gabby Olson earned 12 kills and nine blocks in the match. Senior outside hitter Krissy Pratt added nine kills ...
Cedarville’s Mike DeWine Runs for Governor
by Madeleine Mosher
Cedarville resident Mike DeWine is running for Ohio governor in the upcoming election on Nov. 6. The 70 year-old Republican is currently Ohio’s Attorney General and has strong connections to the Yellow Jackets.
DeWine has participated in Cedarville University’s Faith conference, taught at the university, and employed students as interns.
If elected, DeWine’s main focuses will be education, drugs, and jobs. According to his website, www.meetmikedewine.com, he ...
CU wins local Ranger Challenge, heads to Fort Knox for Nationals
by Brianna Saucier
The Army is all about pushing one’s limits, and on Saturday, Oct. 21, Cedarville’s cadets had the opportunity to do so as they competed in the Ranger Challenge at Central State University.
Cedarville came out on top, winning in all but one of the challenges against Wright State and the University of Dayton.
Due to their success, the team will go on to compete in Fort Knox, Kentucky on Nov. 3 to Nov. 5 against 18 other top schools.
Cedarville was represented by ...
Cedarville Sweeps Regional Foe Indy at Home
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (15-11, 10-2 G-MAC) returned to home to sweep the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds on Tuesday night. Cedarville kept pace with G-MAC leading Findlay (11-1 G-MAC) and Hillsdale (10-2 G-MAC).
The Lady Jackets took the match in commanding fashion, winning 25-21, 25-18 and 25-23.
Freshman middle hitter Lauren Willow led the Lady Jackets in kills with 12. Senior outside hitter Krissy Pratt contributed 11 kills while reigning G-MAC Volleyball West ...
Sam Allberry to be Cedarville Visiting Professor
by Sam Charpentier
Global writer and speaker Sam Allberry will return to Cedarville this year as a visiting professor. Allberry pastors a church in Maidenhead, UK; speaks for Ravi Zacharias International Ministries; writes for The Gospel Coalition; and is the founding editor of Living Out, a ministry to those affected by same-sex attraction.
As a visiting professor, Allberry will be a guest speaker in a variety of classes and spend time in the Student Life area meeting with students. He ...