Cedarville Student Serves in Israel
By Bryson Durst
Imagine a place where you can serve others in a foreign context and visit famed historical locations. Sara Freeland, a recent Cedarville graduate, got this chance when she traveled to Israel this past summer as part of the Origins 2018 service trip. She spoke about her trip to a group of current Cedarville students on Tuesday, November 13 in the BTS.
The team members stayed in the city of Rehovot, a mid-size town in central Israel. Sara described the primary purpose of their ...
Bach’s Luncheon Provides a Casual Place to Enjoy Classical Music
by Emma Waywood
Musical recitals consisting of formal attire and sophisticated airs are quickly becoming things of the past. With this in mind, several students at Cedarville University continually come together to perform a unique concert with an ironic twist; Bach’s Lunch.
Bach’s Lunch combines both music majors and aspiring young musicians alike into a more casual environment through food and melody. It is held once a semester, during the freshman visitation known as CU Friday, and ...
STP Preview: ‘Acting: The First Six Lessons’
by Zach Krauss
This Saturday, Emily Hunnemeyer will present her senior theater project, “Acting: The First Six Lessons,” a two-person play by Beau Bridges and Emily Bridges.
Emily Hunnemeyer, a senior theatre performance major, has been planning her senior theater project since the summer of 2018. The story of “Acting: The First Six Lessons” follows the a young, budding actress and her journey with her acting teacher towards learning the art of her trade. The 80-minute show takes a ...