In Search of Gold: A Summary of Pyeonchang 2018
By Gabbriella Kabler
The icy weather of the new year doesn’t just make for good snowmen and cozy hot chocolate—it also ushered in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang County, South Korea.
This year’s Winter Olympics set out with international tension as North and South Korea entered the Opening Ceremony together under a unified Korean flag, showing unprecedented cooperation. In addition, Russian athletes struggled with drug scandal—due to the high number of past and present doping ...
New SGA Team Strives for Togetherness
By Rebekah Erway
The newly elected leaders of SGA for the 2018-19 school year – President Ryan Smith, junior allied health major; Vice President Clara Costello, junior strategic communication major; Chaplain Campbell Bortel, junior geology major – all hope to implement an SGA that emphasizes togetherness.
Both Smith and Costello’s president-vice-president campaign slogan and Bortel’s chaplain campaign slogan included the word “together.” Smith and Costello’s “Better Togeth...
Media and the Olympics
By Breanna Beers
The skiers weren't the only ones going downhill at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics -- journalists made several major mistakes in their coverage, raising questions about intercultural media integrity. NBC’s Joshua Cooper Ramo was dismissed after he praised Japan’s role in Korean development during the Olympic opening ceremony, asserting that “every Korean will tell you that Japan is a cultural, technological, and economic example, has been so important to their own ...
Yellow Jackets Close Season With Win on Senior Day
by Joshua Stevens
Cedarville shot 59 percent from the 3-point line and scored 47 bench points to get the win against Alderson Broaddus on Saturday, 87-77.
The win came on Senior Night, as the men’s basketball team said goodbye to Evan Kraatz, Sean Blackburn, and Patrick Bain, the team’s leading scorer who tore his ACL against Ohio Valley on January 27.
“For the seniors, I knew it was going to be emotional.” Kraatz said. “Especially for Pat. I know it killed him that he couldn...
Conference Champs! Cedarville Lady Jackets Win G-MAC Outright
By Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (23-5, 18-4 G-MAC) finished their regular season with a dismantling of the Alderson Broaddus Battlers on Saturday afternoon, winning 69-34. With the win, the Lady Jackets clinched the G-MAC regular season title and will host the G-MAC Tournament which starts on Thursday.
Junior guard Baylee Bennett led all scorers with 17 points. Senior forward Breanne Watterworth added 13 points and eight rebounds. Senior forward Taylor Buckley, who earned her ...
Highlights: Lil Sibs
A look at the activities of Lil Sibs Weekend, a yearly tradition at Cedarville that invites the siblings of students to come and visit for the weekend.
Photos by Jessica St. Onge
Highlights: Music Showcase
A look into the preparation high school students put into the Music Showcase, as well as the concert. Music Showcase is an event that invites high school students from across the country to take part in an Honors Band, an Honors Orchestra, or Honors Choir, and prepares them for a concert over just three days of rehearsal.
Highlights: Love Your Neighbor
For Valentine's day, the ELML department organized the "Love Your Neighbor" event, where students and staff helped to assemble packages for those in need.
Photos by Jessica St. Onge
Yellow Jackets Get Big Contributions in Dismantling of Davis & Elkins
By Joshua Stevens
Contributions from Conner TenHove, Joey Morlan and Grant Zawadski, allowed Cedarville to handle Davis & Elkins 88-69 on Thursday as the Yellow Jackets try to end their season on a high note.
TenHove had 21 points, Morlan scored 19 off the bench and Zawadski contributed 18 points and eight assists as the Jackets led by as many as 21 points to win in front of their home crowd.
“We got out to a hot start,” TenHove said. “We had a lot of guys contribute, which is ...
Watterworth Leads Cedarville to Win Over Davis & Elkins
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (22-5, 17-4 G-MAC) are one win away from capturing homecourt advantage for the 2018 G-MAC Tournament after winning over the Davis & Elkins Senators on Thursday night, 65-60.
The Lady Jackets came into the night tied in first place in the conference with Ursuline, but the Arrows lost to Malone, giving Cedarville a one-game lead with one game left. Cedarville needs to win on Saturday to clinch an outright G-MAC regular season title. Conference ...