Cedarville Disposes of Lake Erie to Advance to G-MAC Semifinals
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets are a step closer to winning the 2018 G-MAC Tournament after wiping out Lake Erie in the first round of the tournament on Thursday night, 80-61. The Lady Jackets completed a three-game season sweep of the Storm and never trailed in their win on Thursday.
Junior guard Baylee Bennett lit it up from the field, shooting 9-10 and scoring 24 points. A member of the G-MAC first-team, Bennett handed out four assists on the night as well. Even after having ...
Cedarville Gains New Industrial Design Org
by Zach Krauss
Starting this semester, students can join a new student org on Cedarville’s campus for industrial design majors.
Rebecca Murch, sophomore industrial design major and secretary of the Org, said that during her first semester she really didn’t know many in her major. She said the purpose of the org is to get to know the other industrial design students so they will be more prepared for the second half of the program.
“We want to do something to just help everyone get ...
Close-Knit Yellow Jackets Expect Big 2018
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets baseball program hasn’t finished over .500 since the 2014 season. However, head coach Mike Manes expects the 2018 team to be one of the most solid he’s coached.
“I’ve been coaching for a long time and I’ve never coached a team that’s worked harder than this one,” Manes said. “The work ethic is off the charts and if that’s any indication, they’re going to do really well.”
Following a 17-30 2017 in which the Yellow Jackets ...
Book Review: ‘Life in the Wild’
by Sarah Pennington
Of all the major questions which plague mankind, the greatest is certainly “Why is the world such a mess?” Christians and non-Christians alike must wrestle with this topic every time they lose a loved one, suffer heartbreak in a relationship, or see a report of global catastrophe on the news. And while most Christians can vaguely say that sin is the cause of tragedies great and small, many are unable to expound any further than that.
In “Life in the Wild,” Cedarv...