Lady Jackets Volleyball Pulls off Upset of Findlay
by Joshua Stevens
Cedarville’s grit and determination pushed them to upset Findlay in dramatic fashion on Saturday. The Lady Jackets (6-12, 5-6 GMAC) swept the visiting Oilers with none of the sets decided by more than three points. The Jackets won the hard-fought sets 25-22, 26-24 and 25-23.
Senior outside hitter Taylor Wilkerson led the way for the Lady Jackets, finishing with 15 kills and 10 digs. Freshman Sarah Beste added seven kills and 15 digs, and sophomore Lauren Willow contrib...
Cedarville Welcomes Alumni and Family to Campus to Celebrate Cedarville
By Zach Krauss
This year, event services is expecting nearly 2,500 alumni and family members for Homecoming and Parents Weekend on October 5th and 6th.
Homecoming and Parents Weekend has been a tradition at Cedarville for many years, and each year, Alumni and Parent Relations strives to make the experience the best that it can be for all the guests on campus.
Dan Case, assistant director of homecoming and alumni programming, said that one of the things he’s emphasizing the most in ...
ROTC Cadet meets Chief of Staff of U.S. Army in South Korea
Written by Brianna Saucier
Senior Matthew Macklenar traveled to South Korea over the summer as part of the Army ROTC Cadet Troop Leadership Training (CTLT). While there, he met the Army Chief of Staff.
CTLT is a selective three to four week training program exclusive to Army ROTC cadets. The purpose is to put cadets in leadership positions at active duty units. While there, they shadow the person in charge to prepare them for when they are commissioned.
Macklenar had just graduated from ...
CU Army ROTC Cadets travel to Thailand, Argentina and Brazil
Written by Brianna Saucier
Over the summer, four students from Cedarville traveled to three different countries through the Army ROTC Cultural Understanding and Leadership Program (CULP).
CULP is a competitive program exclusive to Army ROTC cadets that survey applications for any foreign languages spoken, as well as physical fitness scores and academics. They compete and later team up with people from across the United States. It is a study abroad experience, paid internship and military ...
CU Volleyball Swept by Hillsdale
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (5-12, 4-6 G-MAC) were disposed of by the Hillsdale Chargers in just three sets on Friday night. The Lady Jackets had picked up momentum, winning each of their last three matches before getting handled by their G-MAC West foe.
Cedarville was mightly outplayed in the first set but didn’t give Hillsdale much wiggle room in the final two sets. The Lady Jackets lost 25-8, 25-23, and 25-19.
Senior outside hitter Faith Ferris led the Lady Jackets in ...
A Culture of Community
SCAB relaunches Thursday Night Live with a brand-new mission
by Katie Milligan
The Student Center Activity Board is revamping a Cedarville tradition this year: Thursday Night Live is returning to campus to help strengthen student community.
Thursday Night Live (TNL) was formerly headed by the Student Government Association and occurred every Tuesday and Thursday night. It also used to include the Interruption, a concert in which various student bands performed.
This year, however, the ...
CU Volleyball Earns Sweep In First Home Win
by Abigail Hintz
The Cedarville volleyball team wasn’t satisfied after a winning weekend away and snagged its first home win in their match against Davis & Elkins on Tuesday night. Cedarville’s disciplined play stifled the Senators, as they dropped all three sets with scores of 25-14, 25-15, and 25-23.
The Jackets are now 4-5 in the G-MAC, and extended their winning streak to three with the sweep. The teams both came in at fifth place on their respective sides of the conference, ...
Cedarville Student Auditions for American Idol
By Shelby McGuire
There was cacophony of introductions, pleasant exchanges, and vocal warm-ups in the line of hopeful singers waiting for their chance to audition in front of the producers of “American Idol.” Auditions for the show’s 17th season took place on Wednesday at Genoa Park in Columbus. Among the nearly 3,000 potential idols, one familiar face could be spotted in the crowd. Cedarville’s own Macy McClain performed “Titanium” by David Guetta and “A Moment Like This” by ...
Feet of the Faithful
Cedarville’s women’s soccer team uses its passion for the sport to witness to childeren in Costa Rica
by Joshua Stevens
Every four years, the Cedarville women’s soccer team takes the opportunity to go on a missions trip. This summer the team members visited Costa Rica where they impacted lives through the sport they love.
The team left Cedarville on July 26 and returned on Aug. 11. They spent most of their time in San José, the capitol of Costa Rica. They first visited a school in a ...
Top 5 Movies of Summer 2018
by Nathan Robertson
This summer provided many strong movie options. We saw the return (albeit 12 years too late) of the adored superhero family in “Incredibles 2.” Action movies were strong with the latest movies in the Mission Impossible, Marvel, and Jurassic World series. This summer also had a surprisingly healthy showing of documentaries, two of which are featured in this list. So without further ado, these are my top five movies of summer 2018.
No movies with an “R” rating are ...