Students to Choose New SGA in Friday Elections
Students will soon select their new leaders for the 2014-15 school year at Cedarville. On Friday, Feb. 21, students will vote in the SGA elections to select the new president, vice president and chaplain.
The candidates for the presidency and vice presidency are Zach Curtis and Becca Davies running against JT Bennett and Allie Brown. The chaplain candidates are Stephen Clark and Andrew Gutberlet.
Did you enjoy super hero night or Downpour? You have Zach Curtis to thank for that. Curtis, ...
Abortion Debate Ultimately an Ethics Debate
Doctors took a Texas woman off of life support on Jan. 26 after a drawn-out legal battle between the hospital and the woman’s family. And the case of Marlise Muñoz continues to highlight how Americans struggle with the issue of abortion as new ethical dilemmas present themselves to the medical world.
Erick Muñoz found his wife lying unconscious on their kitchen floor on Nov. 26 after she been there for over an hour. Her husband found her and rushed her to the hospital. Doctors suspected ...
Movie Review: ‘Haevnen’
“Haevnen,” Cedarville’s recent Foreign Film Series offering, covers the complexity of human emotions, pain and empathy by showing the conflicts that lead the characters to a difficult choice between revenge and forgiveness.
The Danish film, also known as “In a Better World,” was shown Thursday, Feb. 13.
Anton is a doctor who commutes between his home in Denmark and his work at an African refugee camp. Anton and his wife Marianne, who have two young sons, are separated and ...
Recent Survey Shows Increasing Prevalence of Post-Christian Mindset
A recent survey reveals that 37 percent of Americans meet standards for having a post-Christian theology.
Jason Lee, the dean of Cedarville’s school of biblical and theological studies, said post-Christianity is the replacement of Christian language, ideals and worldviews in a culture with secular ideals, language and worldviews.
To examine the shift in post-Christian America, Barna Group, a research company aiming to integrate spirituality into culture, surveyed 42,855 Americans on ...
If you are at all familiar with the character of Sherlock Holmes, you are probably aware of the lack of social skills the character seems to have. He is completely unaware of how to properly act in society and confused by the way other people interact. On many occasions, he has outbursts that others deem inappropriate, but that he feels are completely normal.
When we first met BBC’s version of the great Sherlock Holmes in “Sherlock,” he was the definition of “a high-functioning ...
Review: ‘Pride and Prejudice’
Cedarville’s opening night of “Pride and Prejudice” received a standing ovation from the audience. Set in the Regency era, this classic love story unfolded onstage with an extra dose of humor. The first few minutes of the production explored the meaning of the words “pride” and “vanity.” These two words served as a platform for the rest of the storyline.
The play, adapted by Jon Jory, is based on the novel “Pride and Prejudice” written by Jane Austen in 1813. It takes place ...
Creationism Debate Presented Views, No Clear Winner
Students filled the bottom of the Jeremiah Chapel in the Dixon Ministry Center as the time on the projected countdown clock slipped away. Students yelled to their friends, motioning them over to saved seats. Others literally skipped in. 5…4…3…2…1... The chapel erupted into applause as Ken Ham and Bill Nye appeared on the screens.
All over the nation, thousands of people watched via live stream and in person at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky., to hear Ken Ham and Bill Nye ...
Cedars Wins Awards at Newspaper Convention
COLUMBUS – Cedars won the top award for non-daily college newspapers for the second straight year Thursday at the Ohio Newspaper Association Annual Convention.
Cedars won 10 individual awards, the most of any of the nine schools entered, to accumulate the most points in the competition and win the Frank E. Deaner Award for General Excellence in Collegiate Journalism. Three places were awarded in each category. The University of Toledo placed second.
Cedars earned first and second place ...
Sadie Hawkins Dance Replaces TWIRP Week
“The girls ask the guys/ It’s always a surprise/ There’s nothing better/ Baby, do you like my sweater?”
The Relient K song will come to life in Alford Auditorium Friday, Feb. 7, from 8 p.m. until midnight as the Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) hosts a Sadie Hawkins dance.
Kasandra Chambers, the APhA-ASP Chapter president-elect, said because there is no TWIRP week (planned at the moment), the dance will provide another chance for girls to ask a guy out.
“I was an ...
Campus Cab to Raise Funds for MIS Trip
DAE, the student org serving alumni, is running a campus cab service to raise money and awareness for their spring break MIS trip to Eleuthera, a small island in the Bahamas.
The MIS team will stay with a missionary couple who graduated from Cedarville. They will help set up a three-day Bible camp and share the gospel with middle and high school students. They will also help with a school fair and will complete a small building project.
Zach Luce, a junior youth ministry major, developed ...