month : 10/2019 27 results

Cedarville Falls to Ohio State in Exhibition

by Tim Miller The highest anticipated exhibition game in Cedarville history was fun for a bit, but the NCAA Division I No. 16 Ohio State Buckeyes flexed their muscles over the unranked Division II Yellow Jackets, winning 95-52. While the Yellow Jackets showed promise for the first 15 minutes or so, Ohio State was able to run away with the game. Redshirt sophomore forward Quinton Green led the Yellow Jackets in scoring with 16 points on 5-8 shooting. He also pulled down four rebounds. ...

Live Blog: Following Cedarville Basketball Against Ohio State

by Tim Miller The Cedarville men's basketball team is getting a holistic Columbus experience today ahead of their exhibition with Ohio State. Follow along throughout the day to see what the team is up to. 10:15am The Yellow Jackets board their team bus and head to Columbus. Traveling along with the 15 players and five coaches are two athletic trainers, two student assistants, and two members of the university's marketing team. 11:15am The team bus arrives at the Jerome Schottenst...

Ohio State versus Cedarville Preview: What to Expect

by Tim Miller The Cedarville University men's basketball team will play in likely the most anticipated exhibition in the school's athletic history today against NCAA Division I Ohio State. The Buckeyes are far and away the best basketball program in the state of Ohio and enter the season ranked No. 18 in the AP preseason poll and No. 16 in the coaches poll. Yellow Jackets Buzzing After Historic Season The Yellow Jackets are coming off their best season since the 2012-13 campaign after ...

Cedarville Jazz Band Focuses On Communication

Jazz musicians are friends off the stage ... and on it By Madeleine Mosher During a jazz band performance before chapel last year, director Chet Jenkins suddenly realized that the band was going to finish a full minute before they were supposed to. The last part of the last piece was a drum solo, so Jenkins looked at Noah Ramierez, the drummer, and said, “just keep going!”  Ramierez, who was a freshman, said he saw Jenkins wave off the rest of the band and point to his watch.  ...

Student Spotlight: Skyler Cash – Passionate About Music

By Zach Krauss Skyler Cash is forging his own unique path to combine his passions. Cash was initially drawn to Cedarville for its engineering program, but he was hesitant to disengage from another important facet of his life: music. Cash feared he would not be able to combine his love for music and hist talent for engineering in one degree program. Without a clear solution to this dilemma, Cash started at Cedarville and declared his intent for a degree in music education. He temporarily let ...

Students Crack the Code of Learning Machines during a Discussion on the Ethics of AI

By Zach Krauss On Tuesday, students from all over campus were invited to “A Christian Response to Artificial Intelligence,” the second seminar in a series on applied ethics for Christians. Faculty from three different departments discussed the history of computer science, specifically focusing on artificial intelligence, along with a time for audience questions and answers. Students from all over campus attended as three different fields collaborated on the interdisciplinary event. Dr. ...

Lady Jackets Pick Up Non-Conference Win Over Urbana

by Tim Miller The Cedarville Lady Jackets didn't practice yesterday, but it didn't seem to phase them as they rolled over Urbana in a non-conference affair, sweeping the Knights with relative ease. The Lady Jackets (13-7, 6-1 G-MAC) took care of the Knights with identical scores of 25-18, 25-18 and 25-18. "It was a really good match," head coach Greg Smith said. "Urbana is really good. As we continue to play along in the season, we're getting better at playing controlled. Mentally, we're ...

Theatre Professor has a Missions Mindset

New professor Stacey Stratton believes God brought her to Cedarville by Lauren McGuire During Stacey Stratton’s audition for graduate school, the professor who hired her asked if she would ever teach. She said no. Now she’s Cedarville’s newest theatre professor. Stratton graduated from Murray State University with a degree in speech communication and theatre and intended to become an actress. As a graduate student, she worked as an assistant for the same professor who interviewed ...

“Ad Astra” Review

By Hunter Johnson Brad Pitt is one of Hollywood’s most versatile actors. . He’s played a cowboy, an ancient Greek hero, a secret spy, a psychopath, a guy who ages backwards, the list goes on. It only makes sense that he would eventually play a futuristic astronaut. “Ad Astra,” starring Pitt and directed by James Gray, tells the story of Roy, an extremely reserved man who feels disconnected from the world, including his family. Tommy Lee Jones plays Roy’s father, Clifford, who ...