‘The Village’ Expands, Rebrands
The style blog a few Cedarville students formed in late 2013 has expanded into a national – and international – virtual entity called “The Village.” What began as a style blog highlighting students around campus is now stretching across the United States and across the pond to England, resembling more of a website than a blog.
Bethany Gustin, a Cedarville senior, said “The Village” has grown to a staff of about 50 people since Cedars’ February 2014 story introducing the ...
A Cappella Group to Release 2nd Album
Cedarville’s a cappella group The Inversions will release their second album, “All Along,” April 7, which reflects how the group’s grown since its birth four years ago.
“It is kind of a metaphor for the group and how we’ve grown,” said Robert Rhodes, a junior who’s been a member of the Inversions since his freshman year. “Four years ago we were a dream, now we are a family, and you now hold in your hand, aka the EP, what we’ve dreamt of all along. So the idea of it’s ...
Weekly Comic: “Tales from the Brim” (Part 7)
“Tales from the Brim” Part 7:
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.
Student Spotlight – Victoria Stapleton: Photographer
Wedding photography and nursing aren’t closely related, but senior nursing major Victoria Stapleton seems to have brought them into coexistence.
“It’s never easy, and it’s actually really stressful most times. Things get hectic very often, but I love it,” Stapleton said. “I see a lot of qualities that apply to both (photography and nursing). In either, it’s important to be able to make people feel comfortable quickly because, in photography, if they feel comfortable, it’s ...
Muslim Ministry Org Equips Students
Editor’s note: Sources are named by first names only because of the sensitivity of potential future ministry.
Members of the Cedarville org Rusul Salaam are passionate about reaching Muslim people with the gospel of Jesus Christ, and they are beginning by raising awareness and growing support around campus.
Hannah is a junior intercultural studies major pursuing minors in both biology and Middle Eastern studies. She is the president of Rusul Salaam, having begun her term at the start of ...
Movie Review: ‘The Battle of the Five Armies’
Peter Jackson’s genius shines through clearly in “The Battle of the Five Armies,” as with the others, in the writing and directing. He captures both the beauty and intensity of the story through the sweeping landscape shots, battle scenes and personal moments between characters.
The movie tracks with the book for most of the storyline, but it does also finish out the “extraneous” additions from the previous films. The majority of these scenes (though without some of Jackson’s ...