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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 ...

Opening Up the World of Theatre

Dr. Diane Merchant seeks to impress her love for the arts upon the Cedarville community by Katie Milligan Dr. Diane Merchant, Cedarville University Professor and director of Theatre, has held a deep love for the theater throughout her entire educational and professional career. Even when it was difficult and opportunities were scarce, she found a way to pursue this passion and make it available to others who shared it. Merchant intentionally finds ways to grow her passion for theater and pass ...

2nd Street Market: A 15-year-old Dayton Tradition

by Gabe Chester The 2nd Street Market, located in downtown Dayton, features over 40 different vendors offering an array of fresh produce, bread, artisanal goods and cuisine from around the world. The market is celebrating its 15th year of business as the oldest public market in Dayton. It is open for business year-round on Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The 2nd Street Market presents a revitalizing commercial hub where shoppers can always ...

Just Sayin’ – Brace Yourselves: It’s (Basic)ally Fall

by Alex Hentschel On Friday, Sept. 22, the greatest season began. I love flannels. I love caramel. I love warm sweaters, bonfires, and apple-picking. I love all the discounted candy I get after I celebrate Reformation Day — it’s nice of stores to celebrate the downfall of the Catholic Church by offering the indulgence of 50-percent-off Reese’s. And yes — I’m going to say it — I love Pumpkin Spice Lattes. What I don’t love is all of the judgmental stares when I order one — as ...

New Art Professor Molds Students

by Zach Krauss Cedarville University’s newest studio art professor, Zac Benson, strives to encourage Christian community through art in the classroom. Benson is an assistant professor of studio art and will teach sculpting, 3-D design and ceramics. He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture and ceramics at University of Tennessee in Knoxville and studied sculpting in a post-baccalaureate program at the University of Colorado. He then worked at an internship in New York City producing ...

CU Men’s Basketball to Rely on Chemistry

by Tim Miller The Cedarville University men’s basketball program features many new faces on this season’s roster. The team loses three seniors and the team’s third-highest scorer from a year ago in Dezhonetae Bennett. Cedarville welcomes seven new players to the roster, including two transfers. Yellow Jacket head coach Patrick Estepp said the roster turnover is a cause for concern. Replacing leadership from a year ago will be a colossal challenge to this season’s team. Junior guards ...