Volunteer Position in Dorms is Designed for Discipleship
Cedarville’s Residence Life division added Community Life Coordinators (CLCs) to the university's two unit-style dorms at the start of the 2015-2016 school year as a result of students and resident assistants (RAs) in those dorms not being able to connect well the previous year. The role of a CLC is to assist the RA and bring together the students in the units.
Printy Hall and Lawlor Hall, the two unit-style dorms at Cedarville, are home primarily to freshmen students. About 80 ...
Review: “Fuller House” Pilot Episode
The Tanner family is back. The 13-episode first season of "Fuller House," the Netflix original series and spin-off of “Full House,” premiered Feb. 26 on Netflix.
The pilot episode begins with the original theme song montage of all of the characters from when the show first began and then picks up the "Full House" story line 29 years later. Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos), Joey Gladstone (David Alan Coulier), Becky Katsopolis (Lori Loughlin), Stephanie Tanner ...
‘Star Wars’ for Dummies
Disney’s new release “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has caused a revival among the dedicated fans of the beloved franchise. People both young and old eagerly anticipated the arrival of the continuation of George Lucas’ sci-fi saga. However, for those of you who have yet to enter this intergalactic world, here are a few key things to know before embarking on this epic adventure.
What is ‘Star Wars’?
From the genius of George Lucas, “Star Wars” was born with its cult-like ...
Student Spotlight – Brendan Orchard: Lead Guitarist
Wendy Orchard’s picture of her sons in middle school seems to foreshadow the future. In the picture, her sons pose with fake instruments constructed out of cardboard, with youthful hope that one day they will be in a band.
Years later, the Orchard boys’ cardboard instruments have been traded for real instruments, and their dream of being in a band has become a reality.
Freshman Brendan Orchard, a music major from Xenia, Ohio, is the lead guitarist for the local rock ’n’ roll band, ...
Who’s at (De)fault Here?
Graduation day for college students may be filled with nerves, caps and gowns, but the hope of a bright future is not the only thing about which graduates worry.
The average 2016 college graduate will leave with some damage to his or her wallet, especially when considering that the average 2015 graduate left with $35,000 in student loan debt. The class of 2015 has the highest percentage of students, at 71 percent, to have taken out student loans to date.
However, for various reasons, not all ...
New University Blog Recaps Diversity on the Web
The Rev. Gregory Dyson, director of intercultural leadership at Cedarville University, said he wants to change how diversity is perceived on Cedarville’s campus. Cultural diversity has been, and continues to be a divisive and controversial issue for both Christians and non-Christians to address. Dyson said he believes that while all people have different and unique backgrounds, skin pigmentation is just one element of that.
To raise awareness about multiculturalism and teach students how ...
A Presidential Appointment
Thomas White, president of Cedarville University, has been chosen to serve on the Religious Liberty Advisory Board for Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio. The announcement came Jan. 5.
“I personally consider it an honor to be asked, and as a(n) amateur political junky, it’s an exciting opportunity for me,” White said in an email.
Other advisory board members include theologian Wayne Grudem, Saddleback Church pastor and author of “Purpose Driven Life” Rick Warren, and Kyle ...
Sing, Dance, Laugh: Entertainment Orgs Combine Acts
Cedarville's comedy, dance and acapella orgs will perform together Friday, Feb. 26 and Saturday, Feb. 27 in the DeVries Theatre. The event is the first ever in which the three groups – DTR, Ayo and the Inversions, respectively – will perform one show.
Ayo treasurer Richard “RJ” Kelly said the event has been in the works for more than a year.
“Last year I wanted the three of us to come together, the three entertainment orgs, as we have been defined,” Kelly said. “And ...
Weekly Comic: “Vault of Neuroses” (Part 10)
Under the Brim presents..."Vault of Neuroses" (Part 10)
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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.
Cedarville Wins 5th Straight
The Jackets matched their season-high with a five-game winning streak, defeating the Wilberforce Bulldogs 94-73 on Saturday night. Junior J.C. Faubion led the way, tying a career-high with 35 points on 75 percent shooting and five assists. Cedarville head coach Pat Estepp said Faubion matched his career high in points because of his off-ball movement.
“He didn’t stop moving,” Estepp said. “He came off screens and was cutting really well. That is a big reason he got those 35.”