Just Sayin’: Be Thankful
It’s November. Leaves are piling up on the grass. The wind has chased away every last bit of warmth that October was stubbornly holding on to. The rain clouds change the sky from blue to gray, casting a wet shadow over the whole week.
Assignments are piling up. Finals lie on the distant horizon. Pumpkin spice is making its annual comeback, only to go into extended hibernation in a few weeks.
The only thing getting you through the month is the return of Christmas. You’ve started ...
Mats that Matter
Home sweet home. However varied among Cedarville students, homesickness is a reality of living on campus. But imagine what it would be like to have no home at all.
Annette Eanes, 57, retired director of enterprise infrastructure at Rural Metro Corporation and current volunteer at Springfield Regional Medical Center, has considered this a time or two.
As a seasonal resident of Springfield, Eanes has a special burden for the homeless. While in Scottsdale, Arizona, her home for ...
Weekly Comic: “Vault of Neuroses” (Part 5)
Under the Brim presents..."Vault of Neuroses" (Part 5)
"Vault of Neuroses" Parts 1-4
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.
STP Preview: “Of One Cord”
Senior Kayleigh Clark presents her Senior Theatre Project, “Of One Cord," this Saturday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m. in Alford Auditorium. Clark wrote the script and directed the entire production.
Clark said the story tells of four people’s stories, which make one bigger story. “Of One Cord” tells the story of two best friends, Jonah (played by senior Caleb Peterson) and Eric (played by junior Calvin Hitchcock), and their relationships.
In the beginning of the play, Eric deals with ...
Cedarville Sings with the Gettys
Students from Cedarville University will sing in the backup choir for the Getty Christmas Concert 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20, in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty will present their Christmas tour "Joy: An Irish Christmas" Friday night. Assistant professor of worship Susan Plemons said Cedarville is very excited to help kick off the Christmas tour this year.
This opportunity came as a surprise to Cedarville, Plemons said. The Gettys' tour company contacted Roger ...
Jackets Drop Third Straight
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets men's basketball team lost a close game to the Findlay Oilers on Wednesday night, 69-60. The Jackets trailed 33-26 at half and could never get any closer than three as Findlay won their first game of the year on the road.
With 11 minutes to go in the second half, junior guard J.C. Faubion drove in for the and-one layup to cut the lead to 49-42. Although he missed the free throw, on the next possession Faubion came down and hit a three as the Jackets battled ...
With his retirement set at the end of the 2015-2016 school year, senior professor of music at Cedarville Mike DiCuirci departs with lasting contributions to the program, the University’s Pep Band and the Jazz Band.
DiCuirci has been at Cedarville University for 37 years of his 45-year teaching career. He taught as a band director in primary education before coming to Cedarville.
DiCuirci grew up in Ossining, New York, north of New York City, where he began playing the ...
Jackets Drop Season Opener
Despite an impressive performance by freshman forward Kwenton Scott, the Yellow Jackets opened up the season with an 88-71 loss to the visiting Lewis University Flyers.
The Jackets got off to a fast start to their first game of the Don Callan Classic. Scott scored eight of the team’s first 12 points, making all four of his shots. They took a 16-10 lead seven minutes into the game. This would be their largest lead, however, as the Flyers went on a 22-8 run to go up, 32-24.
Foul trouble ...