Book Review: ‘Go Set A Watchman’
Reading Harper Lee's "Go Set A Watchman" is like walking down an old familiar trail.
You see the same trees, but they look a little bit older; the familiar tread somewhat more worn than you remember. But all the while you're walking with the assurance that it's the same path it's always been. Your walking companion Jean Louise Finch, better known as "Scout," guides you and points out the changes she sees just as you do.
In many ways Jean Louise has changed and stayed the same, but then ...
Planned Parenthood and the Christian’s Response
A series of videos about Planned Parenthood released by the Center for Medical Progress, an organization concerned with preserving human dignity, have renewed the interest in the issue of abortion.
The Center for Medical Progress’ series of investigative videos released to the public beginning in July 2015 shows Planned Parenthood selling fetal tissue to StemExpress, a biotech firm and provider of human-derived research specimens.
In some videos, individuals with the Center for ...
Cedarville Makes Changes to Campus, Names Faculty to New Positions
So long, Cedar Spray.
You no longer have to fear the deadly – or seemingly deadly – Cedar Spray. Grounds crews moved one of the two fountains this summer further into the lake and further from the usual course of the wind’s blow. This means you can look nice for that job interview or presentation and not bring the smell of Cedar Lake with you. Hooray!
Bye-bye dorm vacuums.
If you’re prone to eating crackers in bed, leaving a trail of crumbs or bringing mud in on your shoes, you ...
Cedarville Student Wins Big with Tech
Whether it’s submitting a homework assignment on Moodle or using CedarPrint to print out an essay, technology is a part of college life at Cedarville. But winning contests doesn't usually come with the deal.
However, for junior Tim Huizinga, an IT management major, submitting his creative use for technology to Best Buy’s #BESTCOLLEGE Challenge left him a winner.
“The #BESTCOLLEGE Challenge Contest was created to help students head back-to-school by asking other students to share ...
Lady Jackets Rally to Tie Trevecca
The Cedarville Lady Jackets scored late in the second half to tie the visiting Trevecca Nazarene Trojans Sept. 24, and the two teams played to a draw, 1-1.
The game started out slowly, with neither team being able to make a significant impact early in the game. Junior midfielder Grace Miorelli came the closest for the Jackets in the first half with a volley that went slightly shy of the post. Neither side was able to pull ahead until the 36th minute, when Trevecca's Courtney Dyer received a ...
Carson Advocates Savings Accounts as Obamacare Replacement
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said during a Sept. 22 rally at Cedarville University that he is a “vociferous” opponent of the Affordable Care Act, a comment that comes as no surprise to many conservatives. Carson gained popularity as a conservative leader after a speech he gave at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013, which Carson said wasn’t received well by the White House.
Carson said he opposes the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare, because it ...
Carson Emphasizes Success for Next Generations During Visit to CU
Cedarville University was the site of a presidential rally Sept. 22, a first for the 128-year-old school. Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson visited the university with his wife Candy, addressing a crowd of nearly 3,100 individuals about his plans to help the next generation succeed.
"I particularly love being in institutions of higher learning because it's such an important part of who we are as a nation," Carson said.
He said millennials and future generations are inheritin...
Ben Carson Talks Student Loans, Passion, Political Correctness
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson stopped in Cedarville, Ohio, Sept. 22 to share his views on student loans, healthcare, abortion and religious freedom while advocating against political correctness. The Carson campaign rally was held in Cedarville University's Jeremiah Chapel.
Josh Burris is a junior journalism major and multimedia person for Cedars. He is interested in sports broadcasting and reporting. He enjoys watching sports, lifting, and listening to rock and rap music.
Community shows strong support for Carson hours before rally
Ben Carson supporters have come from nearly an hour away to gather at Cedarville University for a rally with the presidential candidate 2 p.m. Sept. 22.
Roger DeMerritt of Huber Heights, Ohio, showed his support for the retired neurosurgeon, donning a "Please God! Dr. Ben Carson" shirt and arriving to the rally site three hours before it's start.
"I had this made right after he said he was going to run," DeMerritt said.
"Everything he says makes good sense."
DeMerritt waited in ...