Tragedy Inspires Elias Duo Performance
by Madeleine Mosher
Before Thursday, violinist Carlos Elias and his wife, pianist Andrea Arese-Elia, hadn't performed together in over six months.
Since last December, they’ve been grieving their friend and fellow musician, Andra Lunde Padrichelli, who passed away due to cancer that month.
The Eliases’ dedicated their returning concert to her.
Elias and Padrichelli were both professors at Cedarville. Elias teaches violin, and Padrichelli taught cello. The Eliases moved ...
Yellow Jackets Conquer California PA 4-0
by Tim Smith
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets earned their first notch in the win column on Saturday night, defeating the California (PA) Vulcans 4-0. After a disappointing start against Slippery Rock on Thursday, the Cedarville men looked like a different team against the Vulcans. Their passes were on target, their defense was formidable, and their offense was unstoppable.
The first half of play was defined by the Yellow Jackets' constant possession of the ball. Working the whole field, the ...
Jackets Volleyball Finishes Invite With Dramatic 3-2 Loss To Greyhounds
by Abigail Hintz
Long volleys and scrappy play were the name of the game in Cedarville volleyball’s final game of the 2019 Cedarville University Invite in which they were handed a 3-2 loss to the University of Indianapolis. It was a hard fought battle by both teams with scores of 25-18, 25-22, 23-25, 22-25 and 9-15. The Jackets now have a record of 1-2.
Despite the loss, head coach Greg Smith said was happy with the performance and the weekend as a whole.
“It showed a lot of who we ...
Cedarville Volleyball Swept Against Anderson
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets suffered a disappointing loss to the Anderson (SC) Trojans in front of a monster crowd on Friday night, losing 28-26, 25-18, and 25-20. Cedarville falls to 1-1 on the season after beating Northwood to open their season at the Cedarville University Invite.
"Credit to Anderson, they're a very good team," head coach Greg Smith said after the loss. "They won the conference last year and they gave us a lot of troubles. They stepped up their game."
Cedarville Volleyball Sweeps Northwood In Home Opener
by Abigail Hintz
The Cedarville University volleyball team opened the 2019 season with a sweep over Northwood University on Saturday afternoon in their first match of the 2019 Cedarville University Invite. It was clearly a game of momentum, with scores of 25-21, 25-15 and 25-23.
Head coach Greg Smith was impressed with the fight his team showed.
“One of the things we really talked about was just having grit when we play and that really showed up today,” he said. “We were down in ...
The Health Vlog, part 2
We’re back with our final vlog of the semester! Thanks for watching if you’ve stuck with us through these 3 videos! Enjoy this one about fitness at Cedarville!
Group of Friends Seek to Squash Each Other
by Keegan D’Alfonso
Among the sounds of other gym activities, there is a repetitive “boing” as two racquetball players face off against each other. The tournament has just begun, and the members of Super Squash Bros are playing elimination doubles to determine the victor. The prize, a golden racket.
Super Squash Bros, despite the name, which is a play on the popular video game “Super Smash Bros” is an unofficial group of racquetball players who hold tournaments every year. The ...
Podcast: Award-winner talks about getting the story
Cedarville senior Callahan Jones recently won a national award in the collegiate category of feature writing in Society for Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence competition. He speaks with journalism professor Jeff Gilbert about winning the award and his approach to the story. After their conversation, listen as student Seth Dittmer reads the story.
Small-town comics and games store on brink of survival
by Callahan Jones
In a small village, wedged between a dive bar and an up-scale antique shop, a man dressed in bright red pants struggles with his keys, trying to unlock a door. His worn-out beanie doesn’t do much to protect his head from the pouring rain. Finally, he succeeds at unlocking the door and enters his beloved Super-Fly Comics & Games.
“This place is a mess,” Tony Barry says to himself with a sigh. He flips on the ...
Movie Review: ‘Shazam!’
by Hunter Johnson
DC has always had a rough time in their cinematic side of things. Nearly all of the thirty films released by the company over the last four decades — with the exception of less than 10 Superman and Batman films — has been critically panned as unsuccessful attempts at filmmaking.
This all changed in 2017 when “Wonder Woman” was released, becoming the first non-Superman, non-Batman DC film to receive worldwide acclaim. The next year, “Aquaman” released, and while ...