Noticing Icarus: Significant Suffering
Band made up of CU students and alumni creates music to bring attention to what makes us human
by Allison White
Music plays a significant role at Cedarville University, from student choirs to chapel bands. Noticing Icarus, an indie rock band created by a few of Cedarville’s own students and alumni, brings a fresh, unique sound to the musical culture on campus.
The band currently consists of David Grandouiller, Brandon Apol, Connor Smith, Calvin Hitchcock and, the newest addition to the ...
Bain’s 20-point Second Half Charges Cedarville Past Ohio Christian
by Tim Miller
Senior guard Patrick Bain broke out for 20 second-half points to help the Cedarville Yellow Jackets topple the Ohio Christian Trailblazers, 85-71 on Tuesday night. Bain finished with 22 points and 11 rebounds for his first double-double of the season.
Head coach Pat Estepp wasn’t pleased with the Yellow Jackets’ performance tonight.
“I thought Ohio Christian was more ready to play than us,” Estepp said. “We didn’t have a good enough intensity level and we ...
A Divided League and a Divided Country
Analysis of the rising debate over race as NFL players kneel in protest
by Breanna Beers
On Sept. 17, six NFL players sat or knelt during the national anthem before the Sunday games. One week later, over 200 players joined the protests.
Colin Kaepernick, former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, first refused to stand during the August preseason to call attention to racial injustice and police brutality in America. Although a few of his teammates later joined him, the protests did ...
Campus Experience Turns One
Student Life Programs and Event Services finish first year as combined group
by Zach Krauss
Last November, the office of Student Life Programs and Event Services officially joined forces under the office of Campus Experience.
Event Services works to create on-campus events for off-campus guests, many of which were oriented to grade-school students. Student Life Programs includes groups such as SCAB, the information desk, and Rinnova, which together comprise a large group of hired students ...
Cedarville Sprints Past Indy
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (4-1) avenged last season’s loss to the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds on Monday night, handling Indy 77-55. The Lady Jackets shot 53 percent from the field and 43 percent from behind the 3-point line in the game.
Senior guard Kaitlyn Holm and junior guard Regina Hochstetler paired up to score 19 each. Senior forward Breanne Watterworth came right behind with 16 points and nine rebounds.
Hochstetler said the team’s hot start to the ...
Movie Review: ‘Coco’
by Hunter Johnson
“Coco” is the 19th installment of the Pixar franchise and is the most recent film directed by Lee Unkrich, one of Pixar’s finest directors who helped with the creations of “Toy Story 2,” “Monsters Inc,” “Finding Nemo,” and “Toy Story 3,” along with co-director Adrian Molina.
Pixar is an interesting franchise of films because up until 2011, it seemed they could do no wrong. From the “Toy Story” series to “The Incredibles” to “Wall-E,” Pixar ...
Book Review: ‘Turtles All the Way Down’ by John Green
by Sarah Pennington
Contrary to what its title might lead you to believe, “Turtles All the Way Down,” the latest novel by bestselling author John Green, contains only three mentions of turtles. And, despite what its blurb and marketing might suggest, it isn’t really a detective story, though it does contain a mystery.
Rather, “Turtles All the Way Down” is the story of Aza, a young woman who feels trapped in her own head, and Davis, a young man whose father was absent long before ...
Cedarville Inches by Northwood
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets won their third game in four days on Monday night, defeating the Northwood Timberwolves 61-57 in a nonconference affair. Head coach Pat Estepp said the slugfest wasn’t pretty, but that the team did a great job of battling through the game.
“We beat a really good team when we weren’t shooting well,” Estepp said. “I couldn’t be more proud of our defense. We held their best player to 0-3 from the field.”
Patrick Bain reached his ...