Preview: ‘Doubt: A Parable’
Cedarville’s upcoming production “Doubt: A Parable” explores two clashing Catholic ideologies in a 1960s Catholic church school. The school’s principal, Sister Aloysius, and priest, Father Flynn, differ greatly in their mindset toward Catholicism. Opening night of “Doubt,” directed by associate professor of theatre Matthew Moore, is March 19.
Sister Aloysius, played by junior Madison Hart, is entrenched in a traditional Catholic mindset, Hart said.
“(Sister Aloysius) is very ...
Weekly Comic: “Tales from the Brim” (Part 5)
“Tales from the Brim” Part 5:
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.
H1 and 1 Wins Intramural Basketball Championship Game
After a long spring break, the Cedarville University men’s intramural five-on-five basketball championship took place Wednesday night in the Callan Athletic Center, where the number-one overall seed, H1 and 1, defeated the second-seeded Pippen’s Boys, 41-29.
The two squads stood alone at the top, having barreled through the 26-team single elimination tournament which took place from February 16 to March 11. A crowd of over one hundred gathered to watch the best basketball the student body ...
Special Season Continues: Cedarville Makes History, Division II Tournament
On Sunday, Cedarville’s women’s basketball team received an at-large bid to the NCAA Division II tournament for the first time in the school’s history.
Head coach Kirk Martin said he was pleased with how the season has played out.
“It’s just been a real enjoyable season, and it’s one that you look back upon,” he said, “and there are just special seasons that fall that way for reasons that you can’t figure out, and this is certainly one of them.”
The Yellow Jackets ...
Johnson Moves to Knockout Round on ‘The Voice’
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Anna Dembowski is a junior journalism major and managing editor/arts & entertainment editor for Cedars. She likes nearly anything that is the color purple and enjoys spelling the word "agathokakological."
Local Bookstores Offer A Variety of Wordy Treasures
In addition to corporate booksellers in the area, students can visit several locally owned bookstores in Yellow Springs and Fairborn. There, you'll find comics, new and used books, and even collectibles.
Dark Star Books
Dark Star Books is a used book store that’s been around Yellow Springs since the ’70s. At Dark Star, you’ll find used books and back-issue comics of all kinds.
This unique bookstore began with a large comic collection. As manager Kate Mooneyham said, it ...
Elliv: Creating Community
Whether you are a freshman, senior or super-senior at Cedarville, the chances are good that you have heard about Elliv, the yearly student-run awards show. Although specific details, such as the songs, will remain a secret until the big day, the planning processes and history of Elliv don’t have to be kept a secret.
Elliv is an SGA production, involving close to 200 students. Brian Burns, the director of Student Life Programs, and Dan MacDougall, the assistant director, oversee Elliv. ...
Album Review: ‘Just Kids’
Mat Kearney’s latest album, “Just Kids,” is the latest effort by the acoustic pop singer, and it’s sure to leave a lasting impression on pop music fans.
The album kicks off with the sing-song track “Heartbreak Dreamer” that, while upbeat and cheery, sounds serious and down to earth, mainly due to the way Kearney sings during the chorus. The title track “Just Kids” is simple yet effective, with a piano and soft bass playing behind Kearney’s vocals, and the chorus is incred...
Career Services Give Students Tips on Getting Jobs or Internships
Tyler Dicks interned at the Air Force Institute of Technology at Wright Patterson Air Force Base this past summer. Dicks, an employer relations intern with Cedarville’s career services office and a junior computer engineering major, spent his time doing flight software development for satellites.
And he said there were many factors that contributed to him getting that internship, including strategically applying to internships and having a good resume, interviewing skills and interpersonal ...
Running with God from Africa to the US
Andre Klaassen is fast. Really fast. Only a sophomore, he already holds the indoor 60- and 200-meter dash records for Cedarville University and ran the second fastest outdoor 100- and 200-meter dash times in a season plagued by injury.
Klaassen was adopted as an infant in Louisville, Kentucky. Soon after, his family moved to North Africa, where his parents served as missionaries for 12 years. As a young boy in Africa, he took up soccer. It was on the pitch, not the track, that he discovered ...