TenHove Does Double Duty With Yellow Jackets
by Tim Miller
There are nearly eight million athletes competing in high school sports in the United States. Of that number, fewer than one percent get the opportunity to compete at the next level in the NCAA.
The odds are slight that a devoted teen gets the chance to play in the NCAA, but Conner TenHove cares not about these numbers.
TenHove, a 6-foot-7 freshman from Valparaiso, Indiana, is enjoying a productive season with the Cedarville University men’s basketball team. The forward ...
Student Spotlight: Emily Sulka – No Mercy, No Malice
by Katie Milligan
After three years of feeling out-of-place in her music major, Emily Sulka finally found her calling within the world of music in one of the world’s most diverse music hotspots: Nashville, Tennessee.
Sulka, a senior, spent her fall semester in Nashville for a unique study opportunity with the Contemporary Music Center (CMC).
Sulka has spent her three years at Cedarville searching for a major in which she feels most comfortable. She switched three times before settling ...