Cedarville Sweeps Doubleheader
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets swept a doubleheader against the Ohio Valley Fighting Scots. The Jackets won the first game, 7-6, and the second game, 7-0.
In the first game, which lasted seven innings, both teams had 11 hits each. Catcher Jaden Cleland, a junior, had three of Cedarville’s hits. Sophomore Thad Ferguson also added two hits and sophomore Colton Potter had a triple.
Freshman pitcher Andrew Plunkett started the game. Plunkett pitched four and a third innings and allowed ...
STP Preview: ‘She is Fierce’
Senior theatre major Madison Hart is celebrating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death with her senior theatre project, “She is Fierce: A Study of Shakespeare’s Women.” Hart will perform her one-woman show on April 22 at the Old Woods Amphitheatre in Yellow Springs, one day before the the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.
Hart’s production is unlike any other recent STP. Hart examines the impact Shakespeare’s female characters have on his plays. Hart will be ...
Movie Review: ‘The Jungle Book’
The newest live-action Disney movie, “The Jungle Book,” hit theatres April 15. It tells the same story as the classic film about a man-cub named Mowgli (Neel Sethi). The star-studded cast includes Bill Murray (Baloo), Ben Kingsley (Bagheera), Scarlett Johanson (Kaa) and Christopher Walken (King Louie).
Mowgli has only known the jungle, but during the water-truce, Shere Kahn (Idris Elba), a tiger, threatens the wolves raising him. Shere Kahn threatens the wolves because he wants to ...
CU Launches Divinity, Ministry Programs
Cedarville University is accepting students into its new Master of Divinity degree program for the fall 2016 semester. Additionally, Cedarville's Master of Ministry degree program is also now available completely online.
The new Master of Divinity program includes 98 credit hours and is being offered both as a traditional stand-alone, three-year program and as an accelerated five-year program for incoming freshmen and current sophomores in the Bible program.
Students in the accelera...
STP Preview: ‘Leave it to Jeeves’
Senior theater major David Widder-Varhegyi presents his senior theatre project 8 p.m. April 15 in Alford Auditorium.
“Leave it to Jeeves: An Evening With Me – Bertie Wooster, and My Man, Jeeves” is based on some short stories by the comedic British author, P. G. Wodehouse. Widder-Varhegyi said this is the first time this particular piece will ever be produced.
After rejecting an earlier idea for his STP, Widder-Varhegyi found Wodehouse's short stories on a public domain site. He ...
HeartSong to release album April 14
Cedarville’s student-led worship group HeartSong will release a new album Thursday, April 14. The album, titled “Ascribe,” will feature 10 contemporary worship tracks performed by HeartSong and centered around Psalm 29, a passage that speaks of ascribing to the Lord the glory due his name.
This album will be different from past albums, assistant producer Ashlynn Kelly '14 said. It incorporates more upbeat worship songs that still carry the same message as the more traditional songs. ...
Cedarville Sweeps Doubleheader
The Cedarville baseball team won both games of a doubleheader against Oakland City on a very windy Saturday, April 2, 3-2 and 4-2.
Cedarville head coach Mike Manes said pitching was a big part of the team's victories.
“Our starters went deep in the games and got ahead in the count,” Manes said. “When our starters can go deep in the game we can compete.”
Senior Garrett Baker got the win in the first game, pitching five-and-a-third innings. He had seven strikeouts while a...
Cedars Wins 10 Regional SPJ Awards
Cedars staff members won 10 awards for their work during 2015 in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence regional competition. The awards were presented April 2 at the regional conference in Cincinnati.
Photographer Campbell Bortel placed first in two categories, sports photography and general news photography.
Sports editor Jon Gallardo won the sports writing category for a feature story about Justice Montgomery, a transfer athlete from a Division I school. Just ...