month : 11/2016 22 results

Cedarville Earns First Win

The Cedarville Yellow Jackets controlled nearly every facet of the game in their 80-68 win over the Maryville Saints on Saturday night. With the win, the Jackets improve to 1-1 to finish the Cedarville-hosted Don Callan Classic. Cedarville took the lead with 5:29 seconds in the first half, and never looked back from there. “The key for us was the end of the first half,” Cedarville head coach Pat Estepp said. “Last night we didn’t score in the last four minutes of the first ...

Trump Victory in Historic Election

In a shocking upset that surprised the nation, business tycoon Donald J. Trump has become the president-elect of the United States. According to the New York Times, Trump officially has 278 electoral college votes of the needed 270, and is expected to have 306 by the time the votes are finished being counted. Most predictions leading up to the election favored former first lady, senator and secretary of state Hillary Clinton. The New York Times predicted that Clinton had an 85% chance of ...

Moonlight Madness 2016

PHOTO GALLERY: Cedarville University's tradition, "Moonlight Madness", celebrated the beginning of basketball season Sat. Nov 5.

Election 2016 Polls

PHOTO GALLERY: Cedarville students join the community on Election Day at Grace Baptist Church to cast their ballots.

Cedarville Pharmacy Organization Partners with One Bistro and Walgreens to Provide Health Screenings

Cedarville pharmacy students in the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Student Pharmacists (AphA-ASP) shared information about immunizations and drug abuse at free health screenings in Xenia and Miamisburg on Oct. 19. Scarlet Lau, the current operation immunization chair for AphA-ASP, worked with other pharmacy doctorate students Kristin Lessig and Nicole Stute to plan this event. “It was a really unique opportunity to be able to apply our knowledge in school to real life and be ...

Album Review: Begin the Chagrin

David W. Jacobsen, a relatively unknown singer and songwriter, has been steadily putting his music out into the world ever since 1995, when his punk band Silent Bob released their first album. Over 18 released albums, his musical styles have shifted from punk, maturing into a sound that he describes as singer-songwriter folk “mixed with a healthy dose of sarcasm.” All this musical experience and maturation has resulted in Jacobsen’s most recent work, “Begin the Chagrin,” which was ...

Engineers Race Across Lake in Cardboard

Every year, engineering students and volunteering teams build cardboard boats to race across Cedar Lake at Cedarville's Homecoming. This year's participants took on a rainy afternoon Friday Sept. 30

Lawlor/Hill players on Rivalry for the Gridiron Classic

Friendly Cedarville rivalry kicks off Saturday, Nov. 5, at 5:30pm at the Cedarcliff football field. Cedarville dorms will play each other in flag football with two games, Maddox v. Printy and Lawlor v. Hill. Lawlor and Hill students discuss the upcoming game. Music: Justin Mahar - The Grind