Sanctify Ministries Hosts Prayer and Praises
by Hannah Day
Sanctify Ministries will be hosting a new event, Prayer and Praises, at Cedarville University on Nov. 14.
Sanctify Ministries is a group, formed by women, aimed toward the women of Cedarville’s campus to help educate them on the many aspects of Biblical purity and to encourage them to live lives that are glorifying to God.
“We believe purity is more than physical,” stated Tara Winter, Sanctify Ministries’ advisor. “It is mental, emotional, spiritual and physica...
Lady Jackets Primed to Compete for G-MAC Title
by Tim Miller
The 2017-18 edition of the Cedarville Lady Jackets basketball team may be the most experienced in recent memory. The Lady Jackets lose just one player from last season, and return 99 percent (2,000 of 2,015 points) of their scoring from last season.
Lady Jackets head coach Kari Hoffman returns for her second season at the helm, and said the experience on the team will allow her to get ahead.
“That allows us to have a jumpstart on the season because they know what this program ...
Ohio Considers Campus Free Speech Bill
First Amendment enforcement at public universities may change with new legislation
by Dakota Banks and Alexandria Hentschel
Ohio House representatives Wes Goodman and Andrew Brenner have announced a bill that enforces free speech at public universities. This legislation may change the climate of campuses across the state.
If passed, the bill will prohibit public universities from limiting expression based on content, audience reaction or expression in areas of public accessibility. It also ...
Movie Review: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’
by Hunter Johnson
It’s been two years since audiences have seen Thor or Hulk on the big screen, but they are back in the 17th installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Thor: Ragnarok” (directed by Taika Waititi). The thing that audiences are realizing… is that Thor is funny now.
In this sequel to both the Thor series and the Avengers series, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) are forced into an adventure to stop the destruction of Thor’s home, Asgard, which is ...
Recap: Moonlight Madness 2017
Moonlight Madness is an annual CU event kicking off the start of the basketball season and introducing the year's teams. The night is full of music, dancing, contests and, of course, basketball.
This year's Moonlightlight Madness was held Saturday night, November 4.
- photos by Naomi Harward
Lady Jackets Clip Ohio Dominican on Senior Day
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets triumphed over the Ohio Dominican Panthers on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Ohio Dominican Panthers 3-2 on Senior Day in the Callan Athletic Center.
The Lady Jackets were forced to work for their Senior Day win, winning 25-15, 25-14, 26-28, 25-23 and 15-10.
Junior outside hitter Taylor Wilkerson led the way for Cedarville with 17 kills. Senior middle hitter and freshman outside hitter Lauren Willow each tallied 15 kills. Freshman setter ...
CU Women Prepare Sweet Cases for Foster Children
by Naomi Harward
At the White’s house, blue duffel bags, separated by gender and age group, and fabric crayons covered tables in two rooms. Teddy bears, blankets, and other goodies were piled high on a table in another room.
In less than two hours, the tables had been cleared, and the White’s garage was filled with the 67 duffel bags, decorated and packed, ready to be delivered to their recipients.
On Friday, November 3, over 20 female students joined CU Women at the home of Joy Dr. ...
Cedarville Developing 10-Year Plan
by Hannah Day
Many members of the Cedarville University community are hard at work creating a plan to guide the development of the school over the next 10 years.
This plan will address the way Cedarville can provide for a growing population of students and optimize the use of space to both prepare students for future careers and give them a positive experience while at Cedarville. The 10-year plan will include different types of goals, such as updating buildings or building new structures, as ...
A Celebration of Five Centuries of Evangelical Heritage
By Shelby McGuire
Cedarville faculty and students joined together in the BTS building for a different kind of celebration on Halloween night. After stopping at Schmidt’s food truck for some classic German eats, curious students stepped into the foyer of the BTS, which was briefly transformed into a cathedral as the voices of the Concert Chorale group rang out, singing Martin Luther’s “A Mighty Fortress is our God.” After the performance, there were opportunities for students to mingle ...