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 ...
Cedarville Comeback Falls Short Against Hillsdale
by Joshua Stevens
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets (8-9, 3-7 GMAC) lost a hard-fought game to the Hillsdale Chargers on Saturday evening, 82-72. This loss marks the third straight for the Yellow Jackets, while the Chargers get their second straight win after beating Ohio Valley on Thursday.
Senior guard Patrick Bain led the way for the Jackets with 22 points, six rebounds and four assists. Guards Kwenton Scott, Colton Linkous and Grant Zawadzki also put up double digits, but it was not enough ...
Lady Jackets Move Up G-MAC With Win Over Ursuline
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (14-3, 9-2 G-MAC) earned a huge road victory over the Ursuline Arrows (13-6, 10-3 G-MAC) on Saturday afternoon, 66-63. The win allowed the Lady Jackets to pass Ursuline in the conference standings, as Cedarville now sits at No. 2 in the G-MAC.
Freshman guard Ashlyn Huffman attacked the basket with ferocity to lead the Lady Jackets in scoring with 18 points. Huffman also grabbed five rebounds and dished three assists. Junior guard Baylee Bennett ...
Government Shutdown Imminent
by Timothy Mattackal
The United States government will shut down at midnight on Friday unless a continuing resolution is passed to fund the budget. At the moment, the passage of such a bill seems unlikely as Republicans and Democrats have failed to come to terms over the details of a funding bill. If it occurs, this will be the second time the government has shut down this decade, with the previous occasion being in 2013, and the eighteenth instance of a shut down since 1974.
Movie Review: ‘The Post’
by Hunter Johnson
Steven Spielberg is known as one of the most revolutionary film directors of all time. He has always been a director of variety and originality, with films like “Jurassic Park,” “Jaws” and the “Indiana Jones” series under his belt.
Now, Spielberg, in his fifth decade of filmmaking, has yet again demonstrated that he is not finished telling captivating stories.
“The Post” stars Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks as the publisher and editor of The Washington Post ...
Balanced attack allows Lady Jackets to top Hillsdale
by Tim Miller
Senior guard Kaitlyn Holm sent the Callan Athletic Center into a frenzy with a game-winning shot to lead the Cedarville Lady Jackets (13-3, 8-2 G-MAC) past the Hillsdale Chargers on Monday night, 80-75. Four Lady Jackets reached double digits in scoring and four players grabbed six or more rebounds.
“We’re all just really proud of everybody,” head coach Kari Hoffman said. “It was just a complete team win.”
Holm had 19 points on 7-12 shooting and hit the most ...
Book Review: ‘Weave a Circle Round’
by Sarah Pennington
One could say that “Weave a Circle Round,” the debut novel of Canadian author Kari Maaren, is about many things. It’s about Freddy Duchamp, who’s trying to be normal though life has other plans for her. It’s about Roland, Freddy’s deaf and geeky stepbrother, and Mel, her genius detective little sister. It’s about Cuerva Lachance and Josiah, Freddy’s new neighbors who produce impossibilities wherever they go. It’s about Freddy’s long journey home after ...
River Soul Revival: A Band Built by Brothers
Shawn and Brett Sumrall surprise audiences with a forgotten genre
by Ian Sarmiento
Music is a universal language. It’s something that everyone hears, something that everyone experiences and it’s different everywhere in the world. However, most of all, it’s something that changes over time. River Soul Revival is a folk, western and pop band, made up of two Cedarville students. They have brought back a genre lost in history to say one thing:
“Harmonicas bring people together.”