In First Semester, Cedarville Swim Club Founder Happy with Progress but Hoping to Grow
Swimming has finally come to Cedarville’s campus, in the form of a club team – the Cedarville Swim Club. Sophomore Stephanie Huyser spearheaded the birth of the new sport at Cedarville. Huyser, a sophomore early childhood education major, said she wanted to start a club team immediately upon getting to Cedarville.
She said she started the Cedarville Swim Club because she “couldn’t have lived another year without swimming.”Huyser has been swimming competitively since eighth grade, and ...
Cedarville Student Ben German Keeps Students Going to Jail
Several nights a week, a handful of Cedarville students go to jail.
Cedarville’s community ministries provide students with several different ways to serve in the community. Some students serve by going to Clark County Jail in Springfield to minister to the inmates.
Ben German, a Cedarville junior, said when he was a freshman, he looked for a ministry to get involved with that would stretch him and allow him to share the gospel. He found one at the jail.
German said he did the ...
Cedarville University Giving 4+ Credit Discount, Adding May Term Student Life Activities
Cedarville University is making the summer school experience more affordable and enjoyable, said Jewerl Maxwell, associate dean for the Center for Lifelong Learning.
For at least summer 2014, students can receive 25 percent off summer school tuition for every credit hour over four credits, the Center for Lifelong Learning recently announced. This means that students taking more than four credit hours will pay $767 per credit for the first four credits and $575 per credit for any additional ...