Lady Jackets Sweep Panthers, Advance to Championship Game
Cedarville’s volleyball team won the G-MAC semifinal match on Friday night, defeating Kentucky Wesleyan in straight sets. This marks the third time this season that the Jackets have defeated the Panthers.
Cedarville opened the match with a lot of energy. The Jackets never trailed in either of the first two sets, winning them 25-20 and 25-21.
The Jackets' last match was Nov. 4, when they were defeated in three sets by Findlay. Coach Walters admitted that this arrangement was less than ...
One Voice, One Love, One Purpose
OneVoice Gospel Choir offers a platform for students, faculty and staff to worship their Creator. The choir, which began 14 years ago, expresses the unity of the body of Christ.
“Everyone coming together from different backgrounds, cultures, denominations,” said OneVoice member Jordan Redfield, “it is a picture of what Heaven will be like when the church is unified.”
OneVoice musical director Ashlynn Kelly said the the unity of Christ connects all the unique people in the group....
Cedarville A Cappella Group Will Perform Concert in the Opera House
The Inversions will perform their fall concert Saturday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cedarville Opera House.
The Inversions, Cedarville’s first and only a cappella group, began in October 2011.
Junior Robert Rhodes has been involved with The Inversions since his freshman year. Rhodes is the group’s PR director, part of the musical arrangement committee and a singer in the group.
“I had a dear friend of mine who actually graduated last year who was kind of one of the founding ...
Cedarville University Behind the Scenes: IT
Cedarville’s Information Technology (IT) department is involved in many areas of college life and works behind the scenes to help life at the university run smoothly.
From maintaining Cedarville’s Internet to setting up Moodle and running the tech carts in every classroom, IT is the power behind many of the academic services at the university.
Ethan Law, a computer science major, heads up the student lab assistants and said the department’s size surprised him when he began working ...
Peeling back the SCAB
For a Cedarville student, many hilarious puns, such as “pick us; we’ll bleed for you,” are associated with SCAB, the Student Center Activity Board. This organization is a driving force behind most of Cedarville’s on-campus fun, and with the leadership and organization from this group, it’s no wonder students enjoy the events SCAB hosts throughout the school year.
SCAB is a division of Student Life Ministries focused on planning and running fun, safe events for students. It is ...
Cedarville Freshmen Abound on Basketball Teams
Freshman year is a time when memories are made: walking into the wrong room on the first day of classes, falling in love with a mysterious stranger, feeling the adrenaline rush as one gets back to the dorm two minutes after curfew, the list can go on. But year one is also a time of transition from high school to college, and some people handle the change more smoothly than others.
This transition is magnified in the collegiate sports world. Freshman athletes have to adapt to competition at ...
Sports Streaming: An Ethical Dilemma for Cedarville Students
Sunday afternoons present a challenge for NFL fans on campus. How can students watch their favorite teams? In the dorm lounges, students are limited by regional coverage showing the Bengals, Browns or the “Game of the Week” chosen by CBS or Fox.
One easy solution that many students resort to for this problem is watching the game on the Internet. A simple Google search of “NFL live streaming” presents a multitude of websites showing any NFL game, or any other sporting event, seemingly ...
Movie Review: ‘Interstellar’
“We’ve always defined ourselves by the ability to overcome the impossible. And we count these moments. These moments when we dare to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known," says Cooper, the main character in "Interstellar."
Writer and director Christopher Nolan is no stranger to the spectacular and thought-provoking. With “Memento,” he tackled the ideas of memory and perception. In his "Dark Knight" trilogy, he changed the landscape of ...
End of Life Debate Not Dead
Brittany Maynard purposefully ended her own life on Saturday, Nov. 2 at her Portland, Oregon home. The twenty-nine year old continues to provide a face for the controversial end-of-life-care debate.
Last spring, Maynard was diagnosed with a stage 4 glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer. Doctors gave her six months to live.
She attracted public attention when she announced her plan to kill herself using doctor-administered drugs sanctioned under Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act.
Jackets Grab Second Straight G-MAC Championship
The Cedarville men’s soccer team shut down Davis & Elkins College to claim the G-MAC Championship for the second year in a row.
A large part of the first half featured solid possession from both teams and good defending. Cedarville’s back four played extremely well for the entirety of the contest. Connor Gilmour had the best chance of the first half in the ninth minute. He turned with the ball on his left foot and nearly put one in the lower right corner of the net. The Senators'...