Cedarville Lady Jackets Soccer Shut Out In Home Opener
In their home opener, the Cedarville women’s soccer team were shut out 3-0, by the Ohio Dominican University Panthers.
Ohio Dominican struck quickly in the first half with a breakaway goal in the fourth minute. Cedarville had plenty of opportunities but couldn’t quite capitalize. They possessed the ball for most of the first half, but the Panthers were able to hold on to the lead. The Lady Jackets had five shots on goal compared to ODU’s one. However, the Panthers’ one shot turned ...
Lady Jackets Volleyball Won First Game at Home
The Cedarville volleyball team opened their home slate of matches with a 4-set victory over the Ohio Dominican University Panthers on Tuesday night in front of a raucous crowd full of students in the Callan Athletic Center. The Jackets had opened the season at a mark of 2-2 after playing four matches in two days at an invitational in Evansville, Ind.
The Yellow Jackets jumped out to a 7-1 lead in the first set and would never trail in the set, dominating to the score of 25-18.
Experts Divided Over Outcome of Scottish Vote for Independence
Scottish citizens will head to the polls to vote on an important issue on Thursday, Sept. 18. To educate students about the impending election, Epsilon Pi Lambda and College Republicans hosted a “Scotland Independence Referendum” summit on Sept. 9.
Liam Anderson, a professor from Wright State University, was the summit’s featured speaker. Anderson received his doctorate from the University of Georgia in 2000 and has been teaching at WSU since then. Anderson is an expert in many topics, ...
Org Hosts Water Balloon Fight To Fundraise For Safe Harbor House
It is not often that students get the chance to combine making charitable donations with a night of fun, but Phi Epsilon Beta (PEB) will provide students with the opportunity to do just that with their event ‘Soaked for Safe Harbor.’
PEB is hosting a campus wide water balloon fight on Monday, Sept. 8 from 7-9 p.m.
Bethany Gustin, the org’s president, said the idea for a campus wide water balloon fight came to them because of the desire to host a campus-wide event that would make ...
Yellow Jackets Men’s Soccer Starts Season Strong
The Cedarville University men’s soccer team opened the 2014 season Thursday night, defeating Saint Joseph’s 4-0.
The Yellow Jackets wasted no time igniting their offense. Junior midfielder Zachary Harris headed in a cross from senior forward Connor Scott in the fourth minute. Scott was on the receiving end of a pass from junior Christian Alexander for a goal of his own nine minutes later. Joel Twinem added a third goal to Cedarville’s total off a pass from Ethan Shula, giving the ...
Cedarville Poverty of Nations Speakers: ‘All Nations Can Move Beyond Poverty’
Theologian and economist duo Wayne Grudem and Barry Asmus drew a crowd of Cedarville students and locals Tuesday night to the Dixon Ministry Center. Talking about their co-authored book “The Poverty of Nations,” the two advocated a different approach to tackling the issue of world poverty.
Grudem and Asmus believe that their book is the first biblically sound approach to not only solve poverty of the individual but of entire countries. They hope that their proposals will ultimately raise ...