Student Spotlight – Deborah Longenecker: Pianist
Sophomore keyboard pedagogy major Deborah Longenecker grew up in Kuwait, which she said gave her a wide variety of opportunities to experience the complexity and diversity that makes up the world of music.
Diversity of rhythms
Although Kuwait is one of the smallest countries in the Middle East, according to Longenecker, it has a vast spectrum of musical opportunities. Longenecker’s home city had a cultural center that put on a variety of concerts and performances that exposed her to a ...
Cedarville Sweeps, Continues Win Streak
Cedarville’s women’s volleyball team had little trouble with the Ursuline Arrows Tuesday night, sweeping the visiting team 25-15, 25-15, 25-17, to increase their winning streak to eight matches.
In the first set, the closest the Arrows got to the Jackets was when they tied up the match 8-8. The Jackets ran away with the remainder of the set, winning 25-15.
The second set was much like the first, Cedarville taking the win 25-15. For each play by Ursuline, the Lady Jackets responded ...
Same Game, New Court
Christina McQueen enters the Hive, the fast-food style cafe on campus. The day has taken a toll on her body but not her spirit. After a few minutes of conversation, her genuine character and friendly personality start to shine.
Fresh out of basketball practice, she comes across as gregarious and warm-hearted, towering over the student employee who hands over a burger and fries.
From highschool to Division II
McQueen said life at Cedarville University is a change from Gardner-Webb Univers...
Ziegler’s Hat Trick Fuels Homecoming Win
Senior forward Jacoby Zeigler had a hat trick as the Yellow Jackets thrashed Rio Grande, 5-0, during Cedarville's homecoming weekend Oct. 3.
Cedarville started the game well and had many chances to score in the first few minutes. Zeigler began scoring for the Yellow Jackets in the 10th minute with a left-footed shot into the far corner of the goal. Then, with 24 minutes to go in the first half, senior forward Kaitlyn Styles scored on a penalty kick away to put the Jackets up, 2-0. The ...
Cedarville Impresses in All-Ohio Championships
Cedarville's men's and women's cross country teams both impressed in the Ohio Intercollegiate Championship Friday, Oct. 2.
Nearly 700 men toed the line on Friday afternoon, each seeking to be the fastest collegiate runner in Ohio. The women weren’t far behind, starting with almost 600 competitors. The All-Ohio Intercollegiate Championships is the state's largest cross country race.
Cedarville’s Elvin R. King cross country course has been the site of the All-Ohio Championships since ...
Lady Jackets win 6th, 7th match straight
The women's volleyball squad extended its winning streak to six matches Oct. 2, in front of the homecoming crowd. The Lady Jackets swept Kentucky Wesleyan, 25-23, 26-24, 25-11. The Jackets also defeated Trevecca Oct. 3 in the second of the homecoming weekend matches, rising to seven straight wins.
The first match Oct. 2 began with a lot of back-and-forth action. Kentucky Wesleyan jumped out to a 15-13 lead, but Cedarville’s Coach Doug Walters called a timeout, and the Jackets regained ...
A Growing, Weekly Tradition
For the past few years, students have gathered for swing dancing nights, which take place on Sunday nights at 7:30 in the DMC lobby or at various venues where the jazz band plays throughout the year. Though a common sight now for students, the Sunday dance was the brainchild of two Cedarville students with a passion for swing dancing.
In the fall of 2011, Cedarville University began allowing students to participate in group dances on campus. Chase Kitzmiller and Alex Huffman quickly latched ...
Review: ‘Father of the Bride’
Cedarville’s opening night for “Father of the Bride” Oct. 1 may have very well captured the hearts of every father in the room.
“Father of the Bride” centers around the Banks family, especially the daughter, Kay, played by junior Emma Kowatch, and her father, Stanley, played by junior Caleb Curby. Kay found a boy she plans to marry, Andrew Poplin's character Buckley Dunstan, which brings in all the hilarity that a family has while planning a wedding.
The youngest Banks, Tommy, ...
Alumni Return to the ‘Ville for Family, Friends and Pizza
Cedarville University alumni returned to campus Oct. 2-3 for Homecoming 2015. Though the weekend's theme was #notjustforgrads, past graduates told Cedars what they had been doing in the village Friday and Saturday.
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.