Ministry Moments: Christianity and Politics
Campus news editor Breanna Beers talks with Dr. Mark Caleb Smith, a Cedarville University political science professor. They discuss the church's complex relationship with the political system, whether the church should be a politically diverse body and how we can extend political grace to our rivals.
Gallery: Campus Christmas in the SSC
Photos by Sarah Colgan
Campus Christmas is one of Cedarville’s most beloved events and was held just this past weekend. The event included showings of Home Alone in DeVries theatre, but if that wasn’t your thing, there were several other activities for you to participate in like, mini-golf, decorating cookies, and making ornaments. If you stopped by Chuck’s there was live music, karaoke, breakfast at midnight, and of course, train rides.
Gallery: Christmas Tree Lighting
Photos by Katrina Wiebe
On Tuesday, December 3rd, Cedarville University held its first-ever tree lighting to kick-off the start of Campus Christmas activities. The tree was over thirty feet tall and the event included singing by the Inversions and a reading of the Christmas story.
Bolender Wins it For Cedarville as Lady Jackets Take Eighth Straight Dub
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets never trailed in their 70-68 win over Ursuline on Saturday afternoon, but that doesn't mean it wasn't close. Freshman forward Isabelle Bolender scored 20 points, including the game-winning shot with 0.3 seconds left to give the Lady Jackets the win.
While the Lady Jackets swelled their lead to 17 at one point, Ursuline remained resilient and caused the game to go down to the wire. Head coach Kari Hoffman said she was proud to come out with a win ...
Yellow Jackets Edge Lake Erie in Wild G-MAC Opener
by Tim Miller
In basketball, the only thing that matters is that you outscore your opponent when the clock strikes zero. Though the Cedarville Yellow Jackets (3-4) led for less than five minutes during regulation, they got hot at the right time and overcame Lake Erie 77-69 in overtime on Thursday night.
Head coach Pat Estepp said he was proud of his team's mental toughness in the win tonight and that it showed defensively.
"Nothing was going our way offensively," Estepp said. "A lot of ...
Lady Jackets’ Offensive Assault Provides Win in G-MAC Opener
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets extended their winning streak to seven games after a 90-69 handling of Lake Erie on Thursday evening in their G-MAC opener. The Lady Jackets continue to look as threatening as they have in seasons past, and reached a season-high in points in the win.
Junior guard Ashlyn Huffman tallied a season-best 22 points, four rebounds, and four assists.
"That was a really good way to start conference," Huffman said of the victory. "Playing ...