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 ...