‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’
A rhetorical analysis of Trump’s border wall
by Alexandria Hentschel
The seats of the Capitol Building were collecting dust. Government workers had stopped receiving paychecks. As of Jan. 12, the partial government shutdown had broken the record for the longest lapse in funding. The reason? An impasse over where lawmakers will find the funding in the budget for President Trump’s border wall.
It turns out Mexico isn’t ringing the doorbell at 1 Pennsylvania Avenue to hand over a giant ...
Pharmacy Students Excel In National Competition and Beyond
By Abby Shaffer
On December 1, Sarah Berman and Micah Bernard put their studies to the test in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) clinical skills competition in Anaheim, California.
The competition gave each two-person student team a patient case. They then had two hours to come up with solutions to the patient’s problems, prepare a written plan, and present that plan to the judges.
While it was intimidating to enter a competition room filled with so many talented ...
Yellow Jackets Outlast Fighting Scots 75-72
by Tim Smith
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets defeated the Ohio Valley Fighting Scots Saturday night by a score of 75-72. The Jackets improve to 12-8 on the season and 9-3 in the G-MAC, and increased their win streak to four games.
It didn’t come easy, though.
“Ohio Valley came out confident and hit some tough shots,” head coach Pat Estepp said. “But, I’m proud of our guys for pulling it out in the end.”
The Yellow Jackets led for the majority of the game, but Ohio Valley ...
Cedarville Picks Up Record-Breaking Win Over Ohio Valley
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Lady Jackets took down the Ohio Valley Fighting Scots on Saturday evening, cruising to the tune of a 93-56 thrashing. The Lady Jackets made 17 triples in the contest, which broke the school record by a single shot.
Sophomore guard Ashlyn Huffman poured in 20 points for the Lady Jackets and made three of her four attempts from deep. Senior guard Regina Hochstetler scored 16 points, making four of her six tries from behind the 3-point line. Senior forward Abby ...
Jackets Take Second Place with Crucial G-MAC Win
by Abigail Hintz
The Cedarville men’s basketball team passed a huge test of the season with flying colors, taking down Ohio Dominican 79-63 without losing the lead once. The high-stakes matchup was a battle for second place in the conference, which Cedarville (11-8, 8-3 G-MAC) now holds with Thursday’s win over the defending G-MAC champions.
Coming into the game, Cedarville and Ohio Dominican were level in terms of stats. The Jackets had the edge in 3-point field goals and free throws, ...
Cedarville Professors debate the merits of Capitalism, Socialism
By Bryson Durst
Capitalism. Socialism. These words frequently come up in the political vocabulary of the United States. Healthcare, taxation, regulations, welfare programs, and college tuition are issues American politicians cite in the discussion of the merits and pitfalls of these two economic systems.
In order to help educate Cedarville students and area residents on these important issues, the Greene County TEA (Totally Engaged Americans) Party held a discussion on the two ideologies on ...
Movie Review: ‘Glass’
by Hunter Johnson
“He’s the new Steven Spielberg!”
“His signature twists amaze and astonish without fail!”
“His eye for filmmaking surpasses all others!”
These are the kinds of things audiences and critics were saying about director M. Night Shyamalan twenty years ago. With hits like “The Sixth Sense,” “Unbreakable,” and “Signs,” Shyamalan proved over and over again that he could do no wrong.
So what happened? What caused a director to suddenly fall out of ...