month : 12/2018 12 results

“Schindler’s List” 25th Anniversary: a Hopeful Holocaust Film

by Hunter Johnson This week, I saw Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List” for the very first time. The film is back in theaters for its 25th anniversary. Some readers may be immediately tuning me out—how could someone call himself a film lover and not have seen “Schindler’s List” before? But there’s something you have to understand about me and this film. I’ve spent my entire life loving films, but the first “Holocaust” film I saw was “The Boy in the Striped ...

Movie Review: ‘Creed II’

by Hunter Johnson The Rocky franchise is full of ups and downs, but over the course of the 42 years that it’s been running, fans have never stopped loving these boxing films. “Creed II” is the eighth film in the Rocky franchise, and serves as a sequel to both 2015’s “Creed” and 1985’s “Rocky IV.” For anyone who is unaware, “Rocky IV” is notable for being one of the most ridiculous boxing movies ever made. Following three absolutely beloved Rocky films, it features a ...

Cedarville Finishes Homestand Strong

by Abigail Hintz The Cedarville Lady Jackets finished their six-game homestand with an 89-78 win over Kentucky Wesleyan, handing the Panthers their first G-MAC loss of the season. It was a game of teamwork, pressure and tough, gritty play. Cedarville’s experience was a huge advantage, as the Panthers have a very young team with only one junior and no seniors. Cedarville came into Saturday’s G-MAC competition with the goal of protecting their court, and that they did. Overall, the Lady ...

Yellow Jackets Win Third Straight

by Tim Miller The Cedarville Yellow Jackets (5-4, 3-1 G-MAC) toppled the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers on Saturday evening, 76-59. The Yellow Jackets used a second-half surge to pull away, shooting 51 percent and scoring 48 points from the field in the final 20 minutes. Redshirt freshman Quinton Green came off the bench to lead the Yellow Jackets, scoring 19 points and pulling in eight rebounds. "Quinton Green was tremendous," head coach Pat Estepp said after the game. "I probably should've ...

Session on Biblical Manhood Encourages Men to Pursue God in Everything

by Madeleine Mosher On Saturday December 2, over one hundred men from all over Cedarville’s campus gathered  in Stingers to gain wisdom from assistant professor of theology Dr. Jeremy Kimble. He spoke on the relationship between biblical manhood and lust. The Manhood events are a series of lecture and Q&A sessions geared toward the men on Cedarville’s campus. Saturday’s event was the third and last for the fall semester, and Dan Tedone, senior biblical studies major who came up ...

Yellow Jackets’ Youth Leads Way Against Trevecca

by Tim Miller The Cedarville Yellow Jackets (4-4, 2-1 G-MAC) poured it on the Trevecca Nazarene Trojans on Thursday night, winning in a 94-64 blowout. Five players reached double figures for the Yellow Jackets in a complete dismantling of the Trojans. Cedarville's leading scorer was freshman forward Isaiah Speelman. Speelman scored 20 points and was dynamic, shooting 4-6 from behind the arc. "Isaiah had a great night," head coach Pat Estepp said. "He shot well but he played well too. He ...

Cedarville Battles For Win over Trevecca

by Tim Miller The Cedarville Lady Jackets (6-1, 3-0 G-MAC) fought off the Trevecca Nazarene Trojans 79-65 on Thursday night. While Cedarville won the game handily, the Lady Jackets failed to dominate against a one-win team. "We knew it was gonna be scrappy, that's how Trevecca plays," head coach Kari Hoffman said after the game. "Give credit to them, we played a little bit too hurried at times." Senior forward Abby Wolford continued her impressive campaign with 18 ...

New RD Finds a Home Among the Cornfields

by Emma Waywood Willets Dorm welcomed Charlotte Burcham into their hall family this year as the brand-new Resident Director (RD). She accepted the position in August 2018 and has much to offer the Cedarville community. A former coffee barista and church planter in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Burcham heard about the job from Johnson RD Michelle Davis, who is her first cousin. Davis approached Burcham with the offer, despite the fact that Burcham was comfortable where she was in Chattanooga. ...

CU wins Brigade Ranger Challenge, Advances to Nationals

Though they were the smallest school in the competition, that didn’t stop the Cedarville Army ROTC Rangers team from taking first place at the Brigade Ranger Challenge held at Fort Knox, Kentucky, on November 4. The team was led by junior co-commanders Andy Arreguin and Dani Lesko. Other members of the team were seniors Nate Mason and Scott Grimes, junior Victoria Collett, sophomores James Barber, Zach Ashley, Jacob Schlichtmann, and freshmen Ethan McCall, Jake Williamson, and Daniel ...

Cedarville University Awarded 3rd in the Nation for Student Engagement

By Abigail Toms This September, the Wall Street Journal ranked Cedarville University third in the nation for campus student engagement. The student engagement ranking is one pillar of a four-part ranking system conducted by the Wall Street Journal, designed to monitor how involved and challenged students feel at their universities. This ranking was the result of a two-year survey conducted by the Wall Street Journal. Over the course of this two-year period, thousands of students had the ...