Student Spotlight – Lesley Nash: Colonial Dancer
Senior Lesley Nash went from Yellowstone scenery to Ohio cornfields and found it hard to cope. So she taught colonial dancing.
Nash, a history education major, picked up this hobby during her time at Jackson Hole Bible College, a one-year Bible school near Jackson, Wyo.
“We were kind of in the middle of nowhere – tiny, tiny school,” Nash said. “Not much to do on nights when you’ve just finished a class.”
Nash said an alumnus who was also a professional dance caller in ...
Movie Review: ‘Ender’s Game’
Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, Hailee Steinfeld, Ben Kingsley
Asa Butterfield stars as Ender Wiggin, the hero of the popular book of the same title written by Orson Scott Card in 1985. The story takes place in the future, 50 years after a war with an alien race nearly wiped out the human population of planet Earth. To prevent another devastating invasion, the human race has launched a counter offensive to deal with the alien race, known as the ...
The Evolving Entertainment Culture
We live in an age in which internet subculture has become so expansive that its very references and behaviors impact “actual” culture at a constant rate, making it difficult to tell the two apart. In regards to the entertainment industry, not only has this phenomenon brought about new forms of entertainment, but it has also allowed prior forms to be distributed in increasingly creative ways.
When the accessibility of the present age meets a multitalented performer, the possibilities are ...
‘Assassins’ Senior Theatre Project Goes Beyond Entertainment
It’s 1905 in Russia. A group of five revolutionaries are plotting to assassinate The Grand Duke, Sergei Alexandrovich. Their plans don’t go as they expect when their group faces its own conflicts, making them contemplate the consequences their actions could bring. This is what you will see in Ben Lenox’s senior theatre project, “The Just Assassins,” at 8 p.m. this Saturday in Alford Auditorium.
The idea for the project came from a Directing II class Lenox took where he had to pick a ...
Faro Named Head Coach
Brett Faro has recently been named the men’s head soccer coach.
He was the interim head coach for the soccer team since July and has led the team to a 12-3-3 record in his first season. He has been an assistant coach with the Yellow Jackets for the past two seasons. Faro said he is excited for the future of the Yellow Jackets.
“I am very passionate about this program and the direction it is headed,” Faro said. “We desire to provide kids with the best possible Christian soccer ...
Lady Jackets Sweep Indiana East In Non-Conference Play
The Cedarville volleyball team was back in action Nov. 5, sweeping Indiana University East in a non-conference matchup.
Indiana East came into the evening with a record of 23-12, touting a squad of nine freshmen and one sophomore. The Jackets returned home after winning two conference matchups in West Virginia over the weekend.
The Jackets fell behind 10-6 early in the first set, but after a timeout by head coach Doug Walters, the Jackets rattled off nine straight points and wouldn’t look ...
Top-Seeded Lady Jackets Advance to Semis
The top-seeded Cedarville women’s soccer team wasted no time scoring the first goal of their 3-0 victory Saturday afternoon in the first round of the G-MAC tournament against eighth-seeded Ohio Valley.
Freshman Grace Miorelli netted a pass from sophomore Jacoby Ziegler just 2:19 into the contest, before the visiting Fighting Scots could even get the ball past mid-field.
Cedarville dominated the rest of the first half with numerous shots on goal, culminating in senior Elizabeth Cox’s put ...
Yellow Jackets Sweep G-MAC Championship
by Tabitha DeHart
The Cedarville Men’s Cross Country team won the G-MAC Championships for the second year in a row on their home course this past Saturday, Oct. 26. Cedarville won the first five spots, gaining a perfect score of 15 points to create a large gap between the Jackets and the second-place finisher, Trevecca Nazarene (55 points) and third-place Davis and Elkins (81 points).
Matt Brooker repeated as individual meet champion, claiming the G-MAC Men’s Cross Country Runner of the ...
Lady Jackets Repeat as G-MAC Champions
The Lady Jackets won the G-MAC championships on their home course for the second year in a row Oct. 26. They won the meet with 41 points, narrowly beating Trevecca Nazarene, the runner-up with 47 points. Ursuline took third with 72 points.
The women’s head coach Jeff Bolender said that the Lady Jackets passed so many competitors in the last 100 meters of the race that Cedarville would not have won the meet had the race been 100 meters shorter.
Despite the less-than-ideal conditions - wind ...
‘Alice’ Senior Theatre Project This Weekend Condenses Novels, Adds Dancing
Lewis Carroll’s timeless story of Alice in Wonderland is coming to life at 8 p.m. this Saturday in Alford Auditorium. “Alice, A Walk Through Wonderland,” the senior theatre project of Eric Rasmussen, combines the stories of Carroll’s two “Alice” novels into about an hour and half production – dancing included.
“He's condensed it down into an adaptation that definitely shows his personality in how he has told that story in addition to being the choreographer and designing dance ...