107+ Companies Coming to Cedarville for Fall Career Fair
By Bryson Durst
Do you need to find a job or internship? Do you want experience interacting with representatives from potential employers? If so, iron your dress shirt, print off that resume and mark your calendars for Wednesday, September 26. From 11AM to 1:30PM, Cedarville University will be hosting its annual Fall Career Fair with at least 107 businesses coming to engage with Cedarville students.
Companies from across the board, such as Chick-Fil-A, Proctor and Gamble, Honda, the FBI, ...
Students on Mission
Cedars explores how students used their talents for missions over the summer
by Breanna Beers
Every year Dr. Thomas White (jokingly?) threatens seniors with a withheld diploma if they attempt to walk across the stage at graduation without having gone on a missions trip during their 1,000 days at Cedarville. This summer, students from several majors had the chance to fulfill that goal and minister across the globe using their specific fields of study.
These trips allowed students the chance ...
New Student Talent Show and Freshman Class Council Members Revealed
By Kristen Farley
On Saturday night, the New Student Talent Show revealed some dazzling talents from the freshmen class of 2018, as well as the results of the election for the freshman class council.
It was a light-hearted evening, as hosts Jake Johnson and Zach Reeder kept the audience in Stinger’s laughing with an abundance of humor. They pulled no punches as they brought out Scottish accents, pick-up-lines, and “Ring by Spring” references.
As if a free glow stick at the door was ...
Tropical Storm Florence Sweeps Southeastern United States
by Kassie Kirsch
The bulk of the storm may have dissipated, but Florence left a wake of damage behind in the southeastern United States. Florence was downgraded from a Category 1 hurricane to a tropical disturbance shortly before it made landfall outside of Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina on Sept. 14.
The storm originally formed on the west coast of Africa, and it was noticed by a forecaster on Aug. 28 as a small disturbance caused by a tropical wave. After three days, Florence was ...
Why the West Coast has been blazing this year
by Breanna Beers
It’s been said that California’s four seasons are riot, earthquake, flood and fire. As cynical as this may be, the last of these has been raising international concern for the past few months.
For the past several years, California has been plagued by drought, which combines with the region’s intense heat and coastal winds to produce an ideal climate for the start and spread of wildfires. According to the California state ...
Which Bible Character Are You?
by Alexandria Hentschel
Oh boy, do I have something for you to try! Settle in! Grab a pencil! Avoid the self-revelation that you could find by reading the actual Bible, and instead waste your time taking my quiz!
When I register for classes, I try to pick:
A. The easiest ones possible that fulfill my requirements. Blogwriting 101? Sign me up.
B. Ones that will edify me spiritually and emotionally.
C. Whatever the Lord tells me to pick.
When I go to chapel, I:
A. Sometimes ...
Lady Jackets Volleyball Loses Heartbreaker to Malone
by Abigail Hintz
Cedarville volleyball lost a tight match Tuesday night against Malone University, 3-1. The Pioneers took down the Jackets with no set ending more than three points apart (23-25, 26-24, 22-25, 26-28). Cedarville is now 2-11 overall and sixth place (1-5) in the G-MAC West, while Malone moves to second place in the East.
Senior outside hitter Taylor Wilkerson led the stat sheet with 21 kills, 25 digs and two aces. Sophomore middle hitter Lauren Willow also stood out, ...
Cedarville Alum Affected by Kerala Floods
By Jacob Oedy
For many Americans, the recent flooding in India seems a distant disaster. For three members of the Cedarville family, however, the waters have reached far too close to home. The record floods that have been tearing through the South Asian country since the beginning of June have forced the relocation of millions, including the family of David, Joseph, and Timothy Mattackal.
The Mattackals grew up in the southwestern state of Kerala, where the floods have been most devastati...
Women’s Soccer Keeps Rolling With Win Over Ursuline
by Abigal Hintz
The Cedarville Lady Jackets kept their winning streak rolling with a 1-0 defeat of Ursuline College on Saturday evening. Creativity was the name of the game that moved the team to 5-1 overall and 4-1 in the G-MAC, while also extending their winning streak to three.
Olivia Hoffman was the lone goal scorer, snatching her third goal of the season with a power shot from distance two minutes before the end of the first half.
Cedarville and Ursuline seemed fairly evenly ...