Cedarville Ministerial Association Serves in Unity
Eight Cedarville churches have joined together to form the Cedar Cliff Ministerial Association (CCMA), which offers aid to many struggling individuals in the immediate community.
“(We) have agreed to set aside our pet doctrines and our little doctrinal differences and focus on the Gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Linda Davis, pastor of Cedarville United Methodist Church and president of the CCMA.
The CCMA offers five main outreach programs, including a Parish Nursing Program, a secondh...
Thursday Night Live: A Welcome Interruption
Weekly Thursday Night Live (TNL) events provide opportunities for students to relax and listen or to be involved, promote themselves and perform.
Brian Burns, adviser for the Student Center Activity Board (SCAB) and manager of Rinnova, created today’s version of TNL.
Since 2004, musical events called Acoustic Fires were held a few times a semester in the Hive, but Burns said they were very random. So in 2007, right after he assumed his current position, he and the other members of SCAB ...
STP Encourages Critical Thinking and Audience Engagement
Senior theatre major Amy (Douglas) Cundall will present her senior theatre project, “Ruby Moon,” 8 p.m. on Nov. 21 in Alford Auditorium. The STP is a reenactment of Matt Cameron’s revised “Ruby Moon” (2005) and is presented by special arrangement with Matt Cameron and Currency Press.
Cundall, who is both performing in and co-directing the play, said “Ruby Moon” will be a new experience for Cedarville. It’s a pretty dark play, she said, and it’ll be performed on the floor ...
Student Spotlight – Simon Yeh: Jazz Musician
The last Homecoming firework fizzles out and the clapping quiets. Inside the BTS, spectators shift their attention to the CU Jazz Band, which clusters to the left of the front door. There’s a count-off — “a-one, a-two, a-one, two, three, four” — and then good jazz happens.
Just as the first song starts sizzling, Simon Yeh, the student director and lead saxophonist, stands up, waits a beat, and solos like a pro.
“On clarinet, Simon’s as good as any major. On saxophone, ...
Just Sayin’: Don’t Lose the Plot
The two-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy making landfall in the Mid-Atlantic region was last month. The storm would end up costing the United States around $65 billion, second only to Hurricane Katrina.
It had been almost a full month since Hurricane Sandy came ashore when my family joined a group from my church in Pennsylvania on a day trip to help with the relief efforts.
The first thing I noticed was the garbage hanging six feet above the ground in the trees. The worst of it had ...
Org Hosts Events to Raise Hunger and Homelessness Awareness
POINT, a campus org, is hosting events this week to raise awareness and money for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
POINT is a local chapter of a larger non-profit organization. Kayleigh Wideman, org president, said the organization exists to connect to charities and bring awareness to the needs of others. National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, she said, presents an opportunity for the org to involve their fellow students in charity.
“It is an issue we often ...
Jackets Lack Focus in Loss to Ashland
Cedarville men’s basketball coach Pat Estepp said he wasn’t happy with his team’s focus and energy Saturday night, as the team lost its first game of the season, 60-75, against Ashland in their second game of the Callan Classic.
Less than 24 hours removed from scoring 90 points in their first game of the season, the Yellow Jackets struggled to get going in the first half, scoring only 21 points and headed into the half down 15.
“We really weren’t locked in and ready to play at ...
Jackets Volleyball Three-Peats as Conference Champions
The Cedarville women's volleyball team won their third consecutive G-MAC Championship on Saturday afternoon with a victory over Ohio Valley University. There was a lot of energy in the Callan Athletic Center as the teams and fans, alike, knew the title was on the line.
“Ohio Valley brought a whole bus load of students, and so obviously the big advantage for us is playing at home,” Coach Doug Walters said. “We play in front of the best crowds here at home."
Walters said they play in ...
Jackets Hold Off Panthers in Season Opener
1,375 pajama-clad fans packed into the Callan Athletic Center Friday night to watch the Cedarville men’s basketball team win its home opener against Ohio Dominican in a close game, 90-86.
Due to the G-MAC volleyball tournament, the game tipped off at 11:00 p.m. and head coach Pat Estepp made it a pajama night. The fans were on their feet for most of the game, only sitting down during timeouts.
Estepp said the crowd had a big part in the win.
“The crowd was phenomenal,” he said. ...