Weekly Comic – “Return from the Brim” (Part 5)
Under the Brim presents..."Return from the Brim" Part 5
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Brian McCray is a senior studio art major and an arts & entertainment writer for Cedars. He enjoys drawing, writing, watching movies and composing short bios of himself.
Movie Review: Magnificent Seven
“The Magnificent Seven", directed by Antoine Fuqua, is a spirited romp that uses guns, explosions, and mild banter to tell a story that, while entertaining, is only skin-deep.
The film opens in a church, where the townsfolk passionately debate how to deal with a band of outlaws under the control of the the devilish Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard). Tempers flare but are silenced when Bogue himself charges into the sanctuary and states his ‘deal’ - everyone must sell him their land ...
Lady Jackets Sweep Ohio Valley
Cedarville swept Ohio Valley 3-0 Tuesday night by scores of 25-18, 25-23, and 25-18.
Gabby Olson lead the way for the Yellow Jackets with 13 kills. Rachel Krikke lead the team in blocks with eight and Kristen Cardwell lead the team in assists with 34.
Cedarville started out the first set hot with a 5-1 lead. Ohio Valley fought back to tie the score 7-7. Both teams traded points until Krissy Pratt and Cardwell and an error by Ohio Valley to make the score 20-14 Cedarville. Cedarville ...
More Than a Runner
Almost every student at Cedarville University recognizes junior track star Carsyn Koch as a record-breaking athlete who went to the United States Olympic Trials this summer.
Koch set a school record in the 800 meters almost every time she ran last season. She beat the Olympic trial qualifying time of 2:03 back in May, finishing the 800 in 2:02.39. Koch went on to Oregon for the trials in July, where she finished fifth in her heat with a time of 2:05.57 seconds. She did not make the Olympic ...
Movie Review: ‘Snowden’
History is populated with heroes and with traitors, and “Snowden” (directed by Oliver Stone) aims to tell the story of a man considered both.
The film begins with a hotel room meeting between journalist Glenn Greenwald (Zachary Quinto), videographer Laura Poitras (Melissa Leo) and the young Edward Snowden (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), the kind of modern-day geek who wears large-rimmed glasses and carries a Rubik’s cube with him everywhere. Once the room is secured and their phones are ...
Letter to my Freshman self
Dear Freshman Jen,
You may not believe me, but you are a very selfish, prideful person. I know, I know — a large part of your identity was being the sweet, humble Christian girl at your public high school. Still, you have no idea what you need to learn and what you are going to learn during your four years at Cedarville University.
One of your first opportunities to learn humility will be living with a roommate. Because you have two older brothers and no sisters, you’ve never had to do ...
Lady Jackets Earn Homecoming Victory
The Lady Jackets got a much-needed victory on homecoming Saturday, defeating conference-opponent Ohio Valley 1-0. All three of the Jackets victories this season have been 1-0.
Alyssa Maillefer scored the game’s only goal three minutes in off an assist from her teammate Lauren Lichty. It was Maillefer’s third goal of the season, which is second most on the Yellow Jacket squad.
Despite scoring only one goal, the Lady Jackets controlled the game for the most part. They outshot the ...
Penalty Kick Dooms the Jackets
The Yellow Jackets lost a tough game on homecoming Saturday to the Fighting Scots from Ohio Valley 1-0.
The Fighting Scots only goal of the game came off a penalty kick in the 73rd minute of the game on a hand ball in the penalty area.
Ohio Valley did a great job moving the ball and creating opportunities against Cedarville. They outshot Cedarville 11-2, including four shots on goal to one.
The Yellow Jackets were also without three of their players, including the team’s leading ...
Play Review: “Jane Eyre”
Cedarville Theatre’s “Jane Eyre” had many people on the edge of their seats during its opening performance on Thursday Sept. 29. The strange events leading up to and the cacophony of noises occurring within Thornfield Manor are sure to draw attendees into the play.
The first scene of the play is set by a monologue performed by Jane Eyre (Alana Perry) along with the stage’s classic Gothic aesthetic. Jane is in the midst of completing her time at Lonewood School, a boarding school ...