Yellow Jackets Buzzing Heading Into New Season
By Tim Miller
A Division I NCCAA National Championship is nice, but after achieving that feat last season, the Cedarville men’s basketball team wants more.
The Yellow Jackets surpassed 20 wins for the first time since the 2012-13 season last year. Further, they lost just one key producer in Grant Zawadzki. Zawadzki, though he can’t contribute on the floor, will serve as an assistant coach this year for Cedarville.
The ability to own almost a fully reloaded roster is something few ...
Lady Jackets Looking to New Identity
By Tim Miller
Since taking over the Cedarville women’s basketball program three seasons ago, head coach Kari Hoffman has guided her team to an average of 22 wins. Hoffman and her squads have indulged in stability for three straight years, leading to little roster turnover, few different starting lineups employed, and consistency marked by contributors who had furnished the Lady Jackets with experience and leadership.
This year, however, Cedarville launches into a new era, as every key ...
by Hunter Johnson
Biographical films are not a new concept. Films like “Walk the Line” and “Chaplin” tell life stories from start to finish of their true-life protagonists. Other biopics focus just on the biggest event of someone’s life. “The Social Network” did this for Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg and “The Disaster Artist” for film director Tommy Wiseau.
In “Judy,” rather than looking at what audiences are already aware of, director Rupert Goold focuses solely on ...