Students Care More About Who They Live With Than Where
by Shelby McGuire
Dorm selections for the 2018-2019 school year are quickly approaching, and it’s time for students to start thinking about where they want to live--or rather, who they want to live with. The deciding factor for dorm selections for most students is the community.
For some, dorm selections are a no brainer--they’ve had the perfect room in their favorite dorm for the past few years, and they aren’t moving an inch. Others, however, are ready for a change and a new ...
Cedarville Falls in Overtime Against Malone
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets (10-10, 5-8 G-MAC) suffered a gut-wrenching loss to Malone on Tuesday night in overtime, 84-82. The loss drops Cedarville to ninth place in the conference, leaving them out of the G-MAC Conference Tournament at this point.
Four players reached double figures in scoring for Cedarville. Those four combined for an 88 percent share in the Yellow Jackets’ scoring.
Sophomore guard Colton Linkous scored 20 points to lead the Yellow Jackets. Freshman ...
Cedarville Wipes Out Malone for 10th-Straight Win
by Tim Miller
Regina Hochstetler scored 26 points and notched 1,000 in her career in a 83-62 win over Malone on Tuesday evening. The junior helped lead the Cedarville Lady Jackets (17-3, 12-2 G-MAC) to a wire-to-wire victory.
“I’m feeling super blessed just to be surrounded by the coaches and teammates that I’m surrounded by at Cedarville,” Hochstetler said of the milestone. “They make it fun and easy and I couldn’t have done it without them.
Hochstetler shot 8-13 and 4-6 ...
CU Student Philip White Appears on the Steve Harvey Show
By Jonathan Still
Philip White, a sophomore computer science major, demonstrated his yo-yo tricks two weeks ago on the Steve Harvey Show in Los Angeles. The segment was taped on the 11th of January and was shown on TV last Tuesday afternoon.
“It was not as nerve wracking as you might expect,” White said. “It wasn’t live in front of national TV, but it was still pretty nerve wracking, because you know it was going to be on something.”
White was battling two other yo-yo champi...
Cedarville Defeats OVU for Second Straight G-MAC Win
by Joshua Stevens
Cedarville picked up its second straight G-MAC win on Saturday with an 85-74 victory over Ohio Valley.
Coach Pat Estepp again adjusted the starting lineup, starting guards Demond Parker and Riley Matticks along with usual starters Patrick Bain, Grant Zawadzki and Conner TenHove.
“This has been probably the most I’ve ever changed my starting lineup.” Estepp said. “Outside of Patrick and Grant, there hasn’t been a lot of consistency, so that’s probably been ...
Lady Jackets Pour it on OVU for Eighth Straight Win
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (16-3, 11-2 G-MAC) thumped the Ohio Valley University Fighting Scots on Saturday afternoon, 96-64. The Lady Jackets never trailed in the game and kept their lead from the 5:39 mark in the first quarter to the end of the game.
Junior guard Regina Hochstetler tickled the twine to the tune of 25 points. Hochstetler shot 10-14 from the field and 5-8 from behind the 3-point line. Junior guard Baylee Bennett and senior forward each piled in 14 points. ...
Play Preview: ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’
by Sarah Bean
Next week, the Cedarville Theatre Department will debut yet another masterful play.
Based off the book by C.S. Lewis, Joseph Robinette’s “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” will pull audiences into a mystical world.
Set in 1940, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” tells the story of siblings Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy, who have been sent to the English countryside to escape the bomb raids in London. One rainy day, while playing inside, Lucy discovers a ...
Cedarville Initiates Seminars to Help Students Proclaim Truth
by Hannah Day
The Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity of Cedarville University has been organizing and hosting several apologetics seminars allowing students to engage during the academic year.
Topics so far have included “Is Christianity Good for the World?,” “Is Christianity Rational?,” “The Christian View of Artistry,” and “Christianity and Race.” The next seminar, “Do Muslims and Christians Worship the Same God?” will be held on Thursday, January ...
The Ops Team serves Cedarville behind the scenes
by Zach Krauss
Cedarville University’s Student Life Programs owes their many successful events to the behind-the-scenes, student-led group of workers known as the Ops Team.
Ops stands for operations, and heading up operations is exactly what this team does. The team is made up of eight student workers, two of whom act as executive officers. These executive officers help their leader, Brian Burns, director of Campus Experience, sort work ...