A Balancing Act
Matt Brooker began the 2013-2014 school year knowing it would be one of the craziest yet most exciting times of his life. The Cedarville senior was entering his final year of college running, would be starting full-time work during the second semester and was expecting his first child in March.
Brooker entered his final cross country season looking to improve on his 41st place finish at the 2012 NCAA Division II National Championships. He started the season by winning three of his first four ...
Students Supporting Israel to Bring in Holocaust Survivor
Holocaust survivor Felix Weil will be at Cedarville University on April 7 to share his experience of the tragedy.
The Students Supporting Israel org is hosting the event in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, which falls later this month.
Weil was sent away with other Jewish children before his parents and sister were sent to concentration camps. Weil’s family members eventually died there.
Weil has lived in Dayton, Ohio, since 1950, and he worked in the art business. He is now ...
Cedars Wins National, Regional Awards
Cedars recently won second place in a national student newspaper contest, and several staff members earned awards in a regional contest, including two first-place awards.
In the College Media Association annual Apple Awards, Cedars took second in the Best Newspaper category in 2013 for four-year schools with fewer than 5,000 students. The Apple Awards categories honor publications. There are no categories for individuals.
Cedars placed behind the Baker Orange of Baker University in ...
Review: ‘The 39 Steps’
Cedarville University’s theatre program has had one of its most popular seasons in years. Ticket sales records were set in the fall for the Shakespeare classic “The Taming of the Shrew” and in the winter for “Pride and Prejudice.”
Topping off the 2013-14 season is “The 39 Steps,” and the stakes are high. Fortunately, however, “The 39 Steps” proves to be one of the most unusual Cedarville productions in recent memory, ending the year with a bang.
Audiences anticipating “The ...