New leadership and members revived Cedarville University’s art organization after a year of dormancy
by Kaileigh Willis
New officers and students have revived Cedarville University’s The Studio, an organization for lovers of creativity from watercolor painters to sketch artists.
According to the organization’s constitution, The Studio, Society of Art + Design was formed in 2010. Its purpose is to encourage the study of art, to connect art and design majors and students with similar ...
The Seen and the Unseen
Cameron Clark finds Christ in his search for spiritual truth in the midst of worldly struggles
by Katie Milligan
Cameron Clark has always committed himself to the search for truth. Despite coming form a Christian home, he explored various spiritualities for years before rediscovering that true authenticity can only be found in Christ.
A junior transfer student at Cedarville University, Clark is a biblical studies major on track for a master of divinity degree. Born and raised in Centerville, ...
World Fair Returns to Cedarville
By Zachary Krauss
On Friday, March 23, the international student org, MISO, will be relaunching an event called the World Fair after three years of dormancy.
The event will be three hours long and will be hosted in the Center for Biblical and Theological Students. There will be live music, cultural dance, arts and crafts and foods. Kelly Murphy, junior communication student and the events coordinator for MISO, helped plan the events and venues that will be attending.
The event will ...
Analysis: Gun Violence in the United States
Is it getting worse, or are we just paying more attention?
by Breanna Beers and Alexandria Hentschel
Las Vegas, Sutherland Springs, Orlando: these cities have come to represent not just locations, but tragedies that have torn apart both individual lives and the nation as a whole.
The United States is home to more mass shootings than any other nation by a wide margin. According to a study published by Dr. Adam Lankford of the University of Alabama, the United States has had 90 mass shooti...
Cedarville Lady Jackets’ Season Over, Left Out of NCAA Tournament
by Tim Miller
The field of 64 teams that make it to the NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Tournament was released tonight, and the Cedarville Lady Jackets did not make the cut to be one of eight teams that represent the Midwest Region this March. The Lady Jackets were likely the first team out of the region, with only the top eight teams being released.
The makeup of the national tournament is divided into eight regions of eight teams. Cedarville (24-6, 18-4 G-MAC) had been ranked sixth ...
Cedarville Stunned in G-MAC Semifinal
by Tim Miller
The No. 1 seeded Cedarville Lady Jackets fell to the No. 5 seeded Hillsdale Chargers in the G-MAC Tournament semifinal on Friday night, 82-64. The hosting Lady Jackets shot just 35 percent from the field, while Hillsdale made 49 percent of its attempts.
"All the credit goes to Hillsdale," G-MAC Coach of the Year Kari Hoffman said. "They played their best and they were really, really good defensively. On the offensive end, they crashed extremely hard and got a ...
Dating on Cedarville’s Campus
Survey says, go elsewhere
By Rebekah Erway and Rachel Downs
The Oxford English Dictionary defines a “date” as “an appointment or engagement at a particular time; esp. a social activity or meeting with a person in whom one has a romantic interest.” In their terms, then, a date could be any sort of activity that a person purposefully schedules with the someone that person has a crush on. Cedarville University students, however, have a different definition. For them, the dating ...
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 ...