North Carolina Churches Unite to Provide Relief
by Kassie Kirsch
Hurricane Florence may have dissipated, but the damage in its wake is not so quick to go. The estimated cost of damage is at least $38 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal, and recovery for some states will likely take more than a year.
The storm caused a total of 53 fatalities and left thousands of other people displaced from their homes. Now most of the temporary shelters are shutting down, leaving many people stuck with the choice of living in tents or their ...
Sign-up for Mission Trip Opportunities this Spring Break
by Bryson Durst
Are you interested in serving on the missions field over spring break? If so, Global Outreach is offering sign ups for 2019’s spring break missions trips throughout the month of October.
Students who have previously gone on these trips all had positive things to say. Ryan Merk, a junior who went to Memphis last year, mentioned how it was a great opportunity for “serving people” and to “have a great impact.” Sierra Ross, a sophomore who went to Peru last year, ...
Lady Jackets Trump Battlers for Third Straight Win
by Abigail Hintz
Cedarville University volleyball rode the momentum from Friday night to get their second sweep in a row over G-MAC opponent Alderson Broaddus University on Saturday afternoon. The Jackets, who are currently 9-8 in G-MAC play and 11-17 overall, got the best of the Battlers with scores of 25-14, 25-20 and 25-16 and are now riding a three-game win streak.
Despite a quick turnaround from Friday night’s game and a seemingly banged up roster, Cedarville played with passion and ...
Cedarville Volleyball Discards Ohio Dominican
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets (10-17, 8-8 G-MAC) enjoyed a win over the Ohio Dominican Panthers on Friday night, 3-0. The Lady Jackets hadn't played at home in over two weeks, and will now enjoy three more matches at home to close out the regular season.
Cedarville won 25-19, 25-17, and 25-18, and trailed just once throughout the three sets. Consistency was key for the Lady Jackets, which is something head coach Greg Smith said he emphasized this week during practice.
SCAB and SGA Join Forces to Put on ALT 2 and King of the Ville This Friday Night
By Lauren McGuire
This Friday, October 26th, Cedarville will put on their second Alt night of the year. Alt 2 will be different than any of the Alt nights before, because for this Alt night, SCAB is teaming up with the opening ceremonies for SGA’s new “King of the Ville” event.
Both SGA, Student Government Association, and SCAB, the student center activities board, worked together to combine an old and a new event.
The Alt night was planned around the movie “A Quiet Place” ...
Cannabis: Crisis or Cure?
The Two-Year Battle for Medical Marijuana in the State of Ohio
By Breanna Beers
With the passing of House Bill 523 in 2016, Ohio joined 30 other states that have now legalized marijuana for medical use. Over two years later, however, there are still no facilities approved to process the drug, no physicians permitted to prescribe it, and no pharmacists authorized to dispense it. So what does this law entail, and what has it actually accomplished?
On Sept. 14, Cresco Labs received its ...
Cedarville Men’s Soccer Drops Pivotal Senior Day Match
by Tim Smith
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets were defeated by Ohio Dominican 2-1 on Tuesday evening. The game marked the end of the regular season, with Cedarville finishing 11-5-2 on the year.
With the loss, Cedarville dropped out of first place in the conference. The Tiffin Dragons heed the first seed for the tournament, awarding them hosting rights in the semi-finals and finals.
Both squads started out aggressive, garnering multiple scoring opportunities on both sides. But Ohio Domini...