Lady Jackets Fall in Martin’s Last Home Game
Cedarville was unable to get into an offensive rhythm Saturday night, trailing the entire time in a 73-62 loss to Ursuline in head coach Kirk Martin’s last regular-season home game.
In the third quarter, the Jackets tied the score at 45 with a Kaitlyn Holm 3-pointer. That was the closest they got.
“We could never get the significant over-the-hump basket, and they did,” Martin said.
The Arrows outscored the home team, 21-13, in the final quarter, to win the game and place ...
Movie Review: ‘The Choice’
“Now, pay attention, because I’m about to tell you the secret to life," says lead character Travis Shaw in Nicolas Sparks' newest film adaptation. "Ready? It’s about choices.”
Nicolas Sparks’ 11th film adaptation "The Choice" hit theatres February 5. The man who brought us "The Notebook" (2004), "The Last Song" (2010), "Safe Haven" (2013), and more has once again tugged at our heart strings and brought us a story of love and choices. This story "The Choice" tells feels familiar ...
Weekly Comic: “Vault of Neuroses” (Part 9)
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Brian McCray is a junior studio art major and an arts & entertainment writer for Cedars. He enjoys drawing, writing, watching movies and composing short bios of himself.
Cedars Named Best College Newspaper for 4th Straight Year
Cedars won the general excellence award for the fourth straight year as the best college newspaper in its division of the Ohio Newspaper Association's annual contest. Cedars won eight awards in seven different categories to accumulate the most points in Division B to win the Frank E. Deaner Award for Excellence in College Journalism.
Five Division B schools submitted entries in the contest's 10 categories. Division B included schools with 9,999 or fewer students. This year marked the ...
CU Thinks Pink, Beats Ohio Valley
The Lady Jackets defeated Ohio Valley Saturday afternoon, 62-48, and wore pink uniforms to support breast cancer awareness.
It was a struggle early on for both teams offensively. It took nearly four minutes for the Jackets to score the first basket of the game. The Jackets were only up 11-4 after the end of the first quarter.
Things started to pick up in the second quarter. The Jackets went into halftime with a 28-19 lead. Junior forward Christina McQueen provided a spark off the bench ...
Begin a ‘Galentine’s Day’ Tradition This Year
Everyone knows February 14 is Valentine’s Day, but February 13 is a lesser-known holiday: Galentine’s Day. Originating in 2010 from the NBC comedy, “Parks and Recreation,” Galentine’s Day is the perfect foil for Valentine’s Day.
While February 14 is about romantic relationships, February 13 is about celebrating friendships, so you can celebrate it regardless of your relationship status. According to Pawnee Deputy Director of Parks and Recreation, Leslie Knope, “It’s ...
From #TeamBrian to #TeamDad
The nation met Cedarville alumnus Brian Johnson ’12 nearly a year ago in season eight of NBC’s “The Voice.” Since then, Johnson has led worship throughout the nation – opportunities he said he never thought were possible. And now, Johnson and his wife, Kellie, are preparing for the birth of their first child, a son to be named Ryland James, according to a recent Instagram post.
“This year has been amazing. It’s taught me so much about who I am as an artist and what I want to be ...
Lady Jackets Earn 800th Win
The Cedarville women's basketball team earned the 800th win in team history Thursday night, defeating Salem International by a score of 78-49.
“It’s a compliment to coach June Kearney and Maryalyce Jeremiah and all the way down through it,” said Cedarville head coach Kirk Martin. “800’s a lot, and everybody’s who’s been a part of it has contributed to it and it’s a great program.”
The Jackets got off to a sluggish start, leading only 6-5 halfway through the first ...
The Best ‘Case’ Scenario
Senior Dan Case went one year without eating dessert, and that portion of his story has been viewed more than two million times on BuzzFeed, thanks to a “listicle” posted Jan. 10.
But a dessert-less year is neither the beginning nor the end of his story.
Case, a psychology major, spoke in chapel last semester about his battle with depression, which nearly led to suicide. He credits his childhood friend Olivia Harvey ’14 with both convincing him to continue living and to begin ...
Movie Review: ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’
The latest offering from DreamWorks Animation, “Kung Fu Panda 3," takes the familiar and meshes it with fresh material to create an action-packed and thought-provoking 95-minute ride through the geese-, bunny- and pig-populated land of ancient China.
This film follows the blueprint of the first two movies – bad guy from the past comes to wreak havoc and the title character Po, a panda, has to stop him. But this villain is more powerful and more ruthless than the ones before him. Kai ...