Carson Campaign to Hold Rally at CU
Editor's note: Though Cedars will bring you in-depth coverage of the Carson Rally, we do not endorse any presidential candidate. Post your pictures and thoughts about the rally on social media using #CarsonatCU.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson will host a campaign rally at Cedarville University 2 p.m. Sept. 22. in the university's Dixon Ministry Center. Being the site of a political rally is perhaps a first for the university, which has stated it does not endorse any preside...
An Unexpected Welcome
Clearwater Christian College’s closing in June left Clearwater students with a gap that Cedarville University is working to fill.
“The closing caught everybody off guard,” said Karisa Linafelter, Cedarville’s associate registrar for academic advising and transfer services. "(Clearwater) students left campus (at the end of the semester) having absolutely no clue that this was going to happen."
Clearwater announced the closing June 5, 2015, leaving Clearwater students with an ...
Political Commentator Charles Krauthammer Visits CU
Charles Krauthammer, FOX News contributor and Pulitzer-prize winning Washington Post columnist, visited Cedarville University for Constitution Day Sept. 17. Krauthammer spoke about the Sept. 16 GOP debate and the current presidency to a lively audience of more than 2,700 students, faculty and community members.
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 ...
Weekly Comic: “Vault of Neuroses” (Part 3)
Under the Brim presents..."Vault of Neuroses" (Part 3)
"Vault of Neuroses" Parts 1-2
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.
Updated: New Students, New Name
Pianist Josiah Kenniv and vocalist Brittany Mitchell won the crowd with a moving duet of a Witney Houston song in Cedarville's 2014 New Student Talent Show: Photo by Kari Barnhill
Cedarville University’s annual talent show for freshmen and transfer students has changed its name. After nine years as the “New Student Talent Show,” the show takes on a new name – the “New Student Variety Show.”
Jill Willert, the SGA events director, is the one behind the name change. But ...
FOX News Contributor, WaPo Columnist to Visit CU
You may recognize him if you’re a FOX News die-hard.
Charles Krauthammer, FOX News contributor and Pulitzer-prize winning columnist for the Washington Post, will visit Cedarville University for Constitution Day. The Center for Political Studies hosts “An Evening with Charles Krauthammer” 7 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Dixon Ministry Center’s Jeremiah Chapel.
In addition to success as a journalist and political commentator on FOX News’ “Special Report with Bret Baier” and other programs, ...
Men’s Soccer Team Ties in Double Overtime, Home Opener
The Cedarville men’s soccer team played their home opener Tuesday evening against 16th-ranked Tiffin University, playing the visitors to a draw, 1-1.
The Jackets struck first in the 27th minute with senior Connor Gilmour’s seventh goal of the season. Defender Joe Davison, a senior, was credited with the assist.
Although the Jackets outshot the Dragons 5-3 in the first half, the Dragons outshot the Jackets 11-3 in the second half. Despite the low shot count, the Jacket’s offense ...
GOP Candidates Prepare to Trump Donald in 2nd Debate
Donald Trump was the candidate everyone talked about after the first Republican presidential debate of 2015, according to an Aug. 18 article from CNN. CNN said Trump had already made quite the impression with his strong opinions and his candid way of stating them, but after the Aug. 6 debate, his approval ratings went up among the public and the Republican party.
The Washington Post said the candidates who thought Trump would be the cause of his own demise became worried he may actually ...
Jackets Defeat Indy in Front of Record Crowd
In their first home game of the season, and in front of a record crowd Tuesday night, the Cedarville women's volleyball team defeated the University of Indianapolis in a thrilling five sets, 17-25, 26-24, 25-21, 23-25, and 15-12.
More than 1,100 fans attended the game, breaking the previous record of 1,074 that was set three years ago against Mount Vernon Nazarene.
Tuesday's first set was mostly even until halfway through when the Indy Greyhounds pushed ahead, 16-12. A series of attack ...