Senior Leads Lady Jackets to Final Regular Season Win
In her last regular season home game, senior guard Raegan Ryan led the 22nd-ranked Cedarville women's basketball team against Ursuline in a 71-58 win.
Ryan scored 25 points, including 10 in the first half, where she also grabbed six rebounds. The two teams played a close first half, with Cedarville leading the Arrows after 20 minutes of play, 27-21. The Jackets shot 30 percent from the field.
In the second half, Ryan handled the ball well, and scored 15 points. The team followed suit ...
Just Sayin’: FeBREWary
I am not sure exactly how or why it happened, but a few weeks ago I decided to stop drinking coffee. If you know me at all, you understand that not drinking coffee is a big deal. Every morning I would have two large mugs of coffee with breakfast. Usually I would make enough in the morning so I could have at least one mug in the afternoon as well. If I was studying at Panera I would have three or four cups. I learned from many sleepless nights not to have too much in the evening, but I loved my ...
Student Spotlight – Nathan Price: One-Man Show
When it comes to the arts, Walter Nathan Price (but, please, call him Nathan) is a one-man army. He may be a fifth-year senior physics major, but Price is also a self-proclaimed rapper, playwright, composer and actor.
“I like rap a lot,” Price said. “I’m a counter-tenor, which is basically a male soprano, so I like choral music. I love theatre. I love drama, writing ... I like writing plays especially. And I like writing lyrics a lot, especially rap, because I love horrible, ...
Album Review: ‘Of Beauty and Rage’
Red is a band that isn't afraid to push the envelope of aggressiveness in its music. Ever since the band’s debut in 2006, fans have heard the band mature in sound as well as lyrics. The band’s latest offering, “Of Beauty and Rage” – which was released today – sets an even higher bar musically.
The album begins with beautiful strings in the intro track, “Descent,” which have become a staple in Red’s discography. The track is appropriately titled, as the music takes on a ...
Weekly Comic: “Tales from the Brim” (Part 4)
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Brian McCray is a junior studio art major and an arts & entertainment writer for Cedars. He enjoys drawing, writing, watching movies and composing short bios of himself.
Preview: The Oscars
It’s that time of year when the conversation starter is something like: “Felicity Jones or Rosamund Pike?” or maybe, “Michael Keaton or Eddie Redmayne?” A person’s thoughts turn to the allure of the silver screen and hope that artistic merit wins over mere power of celebrity.
An imperfect system
Although the Oscars are typically a reliable and respected establishment, it comes as no surprise that the system isn’t perfect.
Among the common criticisms is the possibility of ...
Seniors Lead Cedarville in Senior Night Win
The seniors on the Cedarville men's basketball team gave the fans a performance to remember. On a frigid Thursday night, the Yellow Jackets used blistering three-point shooting and hustle to beat the Salem International Tigers, 103-72, in front of a crowd of 1,113.
This being the last home game of the regular season, seniors Jason Cuffee, Marcus Reineke, Leighton Smith, and Connor Scott were introduced before the game.
At the start, Cedarville jumped out to an early lead. Senior swing ...
Lady Jackets Cruise Past Winless Tigers
For the first time in program history, a nationally ranked Cedarville women’s basketball team hosted a home game. Placed 25th in the USA Today Division II women’s poll, the Jackets handily defeated Salem International University, 71-49.
Cedarville leapt out to a 13-2 lead in the first five minutes and never looked back. The Tigers, winless on the season, only had one player on the bench, and trailed, 34-17, at the half.
The Lady Jackets were not as dominant in the paint as they have ...
Q&A Gives Students an Informal Look at the SGA Candidates
SGA's Town Hall Thursday night gave students an informal and humorous chance to get to know the president, vice president and chaplain candidates for next year's Student Government Association.
The candidates played a game of "Sorry!" which determined what questions the candidates were asked.
Candidates shared their reasons for running for an SGA position. Steve Clark, who currently holds the chaplain position, said he didn't have to think twice about campaigning for the position again....
Profiles for SGA Candidates 2015
Steve Clark is one of two candidates for the position of SGA chaplain. Clark is a junior liberal arts major with a concentration in theology. He has served the student body this year as SGA chaplain and said he has loved it and given his heart to it. He said since people know him already, they know what to expect from him as a chaplain; however, he does expect SGA to experience growth and change. Since he has experience, he wishes to continue serving Cedarville ...