The Collaborative Holds Open Forum For Student Input
by Zach Krauss
The Cedarville administration’s master-plan consultants hosted an open forum in the recital hall for students to give input on the 10-year master plan for the university on Monday, October 16.
The forum was led by Benjamin Hoffmann, Philip Enderle, and Mike DiNardo, all employees of The Collaborative, which is the company that Cedarville is working alongside to forge the university’s master plan. Hoffmann is a senior design professional, while DiNardo and Enderle are ...
Cedarville Celebrates 500th Anniversary of Reformation
By Allison White
The Bible department has several events planned on Oct. 31 for the student body in order to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
What society now calls the Reformation was sparked on Oct. 31, 1517 when Martin Luther, an Augustinian monk, nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Catholic church. Luther attacked the Catholic church’s abuse of Indulgences, called for reform from corruption and false teaching, and eventually translated the Bible so ...
Places That Will Make You Fall for Fall
by Kaylie Mullen
There’s nothing quite like the aroma of freshly fallen leaves from a calm, crisp breeze. Autumn is here, accompanied by football games, comfy sweatshirts, and pumpkin-flavored everything.
The first half of the semester is already finished and winter is creeping closer each week. This list of five locations is for the Cedarville students and faculty who wish to take a break from their busy schedules with some much needed fall fun.
Don’t let the season pass you by! ...