Zika Bites Latin America
President Obama's Feb. 22 statement asking Congress for $1.9 billion to fight the Zika Virus, a virus spread by infected mosquitos and linked to birth defects in Brazil, has not yet been fulfilled though The World Health Organization (WHO) declared Zika a global “public emergency” on Feb. 1. Congress adjourned for its spring break without approving the funds and won't meet again until the first part of April, STAT News said March 23. The WHO said it's now running out of funds to respond ...
Strength in Suffering
College students often wonder what the future will hold for them – from the job they will find to the place where they will live or the family they will have. For Michael and Julia (Neal) Gardner, this future has been nothing like they expected.
Michael graduated from Cedarville University in 2014 with a degree in mechanical engineering, and he and Julia got married in the summer of 2015.
Julia started school at Cedarville in 2012 as a pharmacy student, but she is not currently enrolled. ...
Cedarville Politics Ramp up for Election Season
The campaigns, debates, primaries and caucuses across America are clear signs that election season is here – and not just any election, but a presidential election.
Cedarville students are experiencing some of this hype as two student organizations, Turning Point USA and College Republicans, work tirelessly to bring politics into the spotlight on campus.
The Cedarville chapter of Turning Point USA was named “Chapter of the Month” by Turning Point USA for February 2016. The organization ...