Student Spotlight – Kyria Luxon: Photographer
Kyria Luxon makes people smile, then snaps a picture.
“I was photographed by her once for a project,” said Brian McCray, a junior graphic design major and classmate of Luxon. “She seems to get energy from people. I think she enjoys photographing other people for that reason.”
Luxon said enthusiasm makes her photo shoots successful.
“A lot of people say that they’re camera shy, that they don’t like being photographed,” Luxon said. “But I tend to get so excited ...
Year in Preview: Art Comes Alive in Cedarville
Cedarville students have many opportunities throughout the year to exhibit their talents. Some students choose art, music or drama to do so. Others choose comedy or dance. And still others choose spraypaint. Prepare to be entertained, whether on campus, at the Opera House in town or simply by looking at a rock.
Senior Theater Projects
More commonly known as STPs, these projects are done by students in place of an internship to complete their theatre major. STPs range from set and costume ...
The Definitive ‘Doctor Who’ Guide for Non-Whovians
“Doctor Who” is a popular British sci-fi TV show. You may love the show and know everything about it. You might have heard of it in passing. You may have friends who watch it. You may even have friends in the “Cedarville Whovians” Facebook group. But what if you don’t really know much about the show? This guide will give you a glimpse into the world of “Doctor Who.”
The Doctor is a time-traveling alien, but he looks human. He’s thousands of years old, has two hearts ...
‘Bending the Strings’: Bluegrass and Broadcasting
Daniel Mullins has lived in Cedarville since the sixth grade. He works part time and attends the university part time. In May, he will graduate with a degree in American studies, and he will be the last student from Cedarville to do so.
The American studies program is being phased out once Mullins leaves. Kevin Sims, chair of the faculty for the liberal arts program and Mullins’ academic advisor, said there is a reason for that.
“Some think that maybe that major has outlived its usefuln...
Townhouses Offer Transition to Real Life
Living in the townhouses is a fun and helpful transition from dorm living to real life, said a townhouse resident.
Tess Yake, a senior nursing major, transferred to Cedarville her sophomore year. After living in Johnson Hall the first year, Yake and her roommate decided to try applying to live in a townhouse.
Each of the 16 units houses six students, and applicants are encouraged to have the full group of six to apply.
Yake and her roommate created an ad on Classifieds at the end ...
Lamp Post Signs Promote #Conversation
When students arrived on campus this fall, some expressed confusion over an addition to the occasional lamppost – campus hashtags.
Some students assumed the hashtags were for Getting Started Weekend and occasionally noticed the few changes in the next two weeks as they remained posted.
The continuous campus hashtags are a pilot program, courtesy of the marketing department, to fit in with its goal of making Cedarville’s social media more purposeful.
The idea of advertising ...
Ethan Dewhurst Overcomes Injury to Anchor Jackets Defense
Cedarville men’s soccer goalkeeper Ethan Dewhurst anchored the Yellow Jackets on the defensive end, chalking up a school record of 10 shutouts during the 2013 season. But just five months before the season started, Dewhurst, who is currently a junior, was spending his days off the soccer field and in a wheelchair.
Dewhurst said he has been playing soccer for as long as he can remember, and just about everyone in his family enjoys soccer. For the past 20 years, a member of the Dewhurst family ...
Cedarville Market Lets it Grow
Across the street from Beans-N-Cream and behind Cedarville Hardware, vendors convene for the town’s Farm and Art Market. It’s held 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Thursday in June – October.
With six to 10 regular vendors, the market generates considerable interest within Cedarville’s community.
Vendors chat and laugh with their regular customers and extend a hearty welcome to new faces. Vendors take shelter from the sun in canopy tents and plastic bags overflow with produce.
Just Sayin’: A Little About Me
Welcome back, everyone! I’m sure most of you are starting to settle down and establish your routines for the semester. Hopefully you have been able to sort through the plethora of assignments located within your syllabi and have not suffered from shock. I’m still trying to figure out my schedule, and this is my fourth year here, so no worries if you still need to get a little more organized.
I figured the best way for me to start off this column would be with some kind of introduction. If ...
Constitution Day to Educate Students
Cedarville is hosting a two-hour event to celebrate Constitution Day and educate students about the document’s importance.
Mark Smith, associate professor of political science, said the event will feature Brad Jacob, a professor of constitutional law at Regent University. Smith said Jacob has come to Cedarville multiple times over the last several years.
“He also has academic expertise in religion and the Constitution,” Smith said. “So he often talks about religion, religious ...