Mom and Dad’s Builds Community for 25 Years
For Cedarville students, truckers and local residents, Mom and Dad’s Dairy Bar and Grill is a common hang-out spot. The restaurant is celebrating its 25th anniversary this October.
From H&R to ‘Mom’ and ‘Dad’
The Holmes family bought the restaurant in 1990 after Bruce and Mary Holmes returned from the mission field in Australia, said Debbie Holmes, daughter of the founding couple and current owner of Mom and Dad’s.
Previously, the restaurant was called H&R Dairy Bar ...
Running as Mission
Cedarville's Athletic Training Student Org (ATSO) will hold a Fall Costume 5K and Fun Run Oct. 23 to support a Christian athletic trainer in the Middle East.
Carly Gregory, a senior athletic training major and president of ATSO, said the primary goal of Friday's event is to raise money to supply sling bags for an athletic trainer in the Middle East.
“In a typical sling bag you’d have tape and scissors, and just your general first aid supplies,” Gregory said.
Excess funds will ...
Just Sayin’: Love Intentionally
“When you die, the only kingdom you’ll see is two-footwide and sixfoot deep ... I’ll bow for your king when he shows himself,” screams Oli Sykes of Bring Me the Horizon in the song “House of Wolves.”
Sykes, an outspoken atheist, has never been one to shy away from his hate for religion. On “Crooked Young,” he takes another shot at Christians, saying, “Death is the only salvation for me.”
We’re all looking for truth, whether we know it or not. Some people look for it ...
Resound’s New Bounds
The world of radio broadcasting develops as technology develops, and Resound Radio – Cedarville University’s student-run radio station – is no different.
Resound Radio started in the ’90s as an AM station that later became a low-powered FM station. To keep up with the times, Resound exchanged its broadcast signal for online streaming capability. The station can now be heard at ResoundRadio.com.
Resound launched a new website and mobile application Aug. 14 said James Leightenheimer, ...
Movie Review: ‘He Named Me Malala’
"He Named Me Malala" is a captivating documentary that tells the story of young Afghani Malala Yousafzai, an advocate for children who are denied a formal education. The documentary, released Oct. 2, tells this story through wonderful visuals and stunning sound effects, creating a truly remarkable film.
Malala Yousafzai is the the 2014 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for her work to bring education to girls across the world, specifically those in Pakistan. As the youngest recipient of ...
Album Review: ‘Uncomfortable’
Christian rapper Andy Mineo released his newest album, “Uncomfortable,” Sept. 18. The album of 13 original tracks features different styles of rap, as well as various vocal styles.
The album's title track, “Uncomfortable," talks about getting away from the comfort of fame and bliss. Mineo raps about the necessity of stepping out of one's comfort zone, with lyrics that are counter-cultural, as is common for the artist.
Almost all of the songs on the album are tinted with a ...
Clinton, Sanders Lead Race as Democrats Enter 1st Debate Oct. 13
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are the leading candidates in the polls for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. The two front-runners will be joined in the first Democratic presidential debate Oct. 13 by fellow candidates Lincoln Chaffee, Martin O’Malley and Jim Webb.
According to the Associated Press, Clinton and Sanders will most likely focus on the differences in their respective stances on issues, such as gun control and college affordability, in the Oct. 13 debate. ...
Former CU President William Brown Joins Chuck Colson Center
William Brown, the ninth president of Cedarville University, joined the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview in August 2015 as national director of the Colson Fellows Program and the senior fellow for worldview and culture.
“Most of the issues we have in our culture are not issues of Republican and Democrat or conservative and liberal or whatever, " Brown said. "They’re really heart and worldview issues, and that’s what Christ came to do is help us focus on the reality of who ...
Kim Davis: Fighting for Her Religion or Just Breaking the Law?
Kim Davis, a chief deputy clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky, spent five days behind bars because she refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples based on her Christian beliefs. The controversial Supreme Court case Obergefell V. Hodges legalized same-sex marriage on June 26, 2015. A same-sex couple sued Davis for not upholding the Supreme Court decision and she was found in contempt of court. Davis was released Sept. 8 after being sent to jail Sept. 3. She has gained national attent...
Just Sayin’: Live Intentionally
On Aug. 26 in Moneta, Virginia, a gunman shot and killed a reporter and her cameraman.
The shooter, who captured the whole ordeal on video, ran away from the scene, tweeted about his actions, and then shot himself before law enforcement caught him.
The victims, Alison Parker and Adam Ward, were 24 and 27, respectively. They had each found love. Ward was engaged. They had their whole lives ahead of them.
Their dreams and aspirations were gunned down by a disgruntled former employee with ...