Analysis: A Heated Debate
Climate change and the Christian dialogue
by Breanna Beers
For the past few decades, one question has dominated environmental policy worldwide: Is the climate getting warmer?
“The answer is yes,” biology professor Dr. Bill Jones said definitively. “The real issue is, to what level are humans responsible for this?”
On this question, Jones continued, the evidence is mixed. On one hand, pollution has dramatically increased since the Industrial Revolution. The warming effect of ...
Cedarville Enjoys Sweep on Senior Day
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets didn't lose a set in their final regular season game of the year, beating the Trevecca Trojans 3-0 on Saturday afternoon. Cedarville will enter the postseason riding a five-game winning streak, its best mark all season.
The Lady Jackets took care of the Trojans with ease in the first two sets before taking the third in tighter fashion, winning 25-21, 25-19, and 25-22.
"I thought today we played really consistent," head coach Greg Smith said. "We ...
Concert Chorale to Perform Concert on Nov. 6
by Jacob Oedy
Cedarville’s Concert Chorale will perform this Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the DMC Recital Hall.
The 50-member vocal group contains a mixture of sopranos through basses. According to the group’s director, Dr. Lyle Anderson, the singers will perform a “broad cross-section” of music.
"We will do everything from Bach to Eric Whitacre to Americana,” said Anderson. “The chorale field is so rich and divergent, and I feel it’s important in a university setting to do many ...