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Cedarville Nursing Grad Serves at Samaritan’s Purse Field Hospital

Stephen Bruce sees compassion in action in fight against COVID-19 by Maddy Mosher Stephen Bruce didn’t graduate from Cedarville until May 2. But on April 24, he arrived in New York City to work at the Samaritan’s Purse COVID-19 field hospital. Bruce saw a team of healthcare professionals work toward a common goal, show compassion and bring light to a dark time. On April 1, Samaritan’s Purse set up an Emergency Field Hospital in Central Park’s East Meadow to care for COVID-19 ...

Student Spotlight: Shelby Ahlborg Seeks to Impact Film and TV Industry for Christ

by Katie Milligan Throughout her Cedarville career, graphic design major Shelby Ahlborg has found her niche within the artistic community and aspires to work in the film and television industry. Ahlborg, a fifth-year senior, transferred to Cedarville after one year in a public community college near her hometown in Illinois. After completing her first two years as a Theatre major, she switched to Graphic Design with a minor in Motion Graphics. She values the faith-based community that ...

Ministry Moments: Science and Religion

Host Ben Hiett talks with Cedarville's Dr. Marc Clauson about how Christians approach science and about how they should approach science.

Kellerman Driven by Love and Memory of Friend

by Abby Hintz Freshman Emery Kellerman could be described in many ways. The best way, however, would have to be motivated. Her motivation stems from circumstances few can imagine. When she was 16, her best friend passed away from a rare skin cancer. This drives everything Kellerman does. Everything down to her choice of major and career. Kellerman is a biology pre-med major with a chemistry minor through which she hopes to be a pediatric oncologist. Most pre-med majors have their ...

Movie Review: ‘Parasite’

by Hunter Johnson Director Bong Joon-ho has displayed social issues in many films. In “Okja,” he asked some difficult questions in regard to animal cruelty. Before that there was the sci-fi action film “Snowpiercer” that addressed class conflict. Now he’s made another film about class conflict, but this time, his work has received four Academy Awards, including the highest honor of all: Best Picture. “Parasite” tells the story of a poor family and a rich family. The poor ...

ICC Adjunct Brings Innovation and Entrepreneurship Together

by Josh Stevens Dr. Kirt Moritz is using his experience as well as his entrepreneurial and leadership skills to benefit both Cedarville University and the International Center for Creativity (ICC) in Columbus, Ohio. As an entrepreneur, Moritz has found success with his customer-first mentality ranging from startup companies to multinational businesses. Now an adjunct professor at the ICC, he is helping students with a passion for industrial design and entrepreneurship. A husband and ...

COVID-19 Timeline

Timeline compiled by Michael Cleverly and Chris Karenbauer

Cedars Basketball Awards

Here is the list of seven awards given by the Cedars sports staff to honor the most significant players on Cedarville’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. Each award is given to the most deserving player, with one award handed out. Players from both the men’s and women’s rosters were selected as finalists, with one winner for each award, other than the All-Cedarville First Team. All-Cedarville First Team Five most outstanding players on either team Selection 1: Branden Maughmer ...

Fuyao Glass America: Oscar-winning “American Factory” Depicts Working-class Struggle and Cultural Clash in Dayton

by Alex Hentschel This year “American Factory” won the Oscar for Best Documentary. Its subject? A Chinese-owned glass manufacturing company which opened in Cedarville’s backyard. “American Factory,” headed by filmmakers Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert and Jeff Reichert, was the first film produced by Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company, Higher Ground Productions. The film follows the opening and first throes of production in the Dayton suburb of Moraine at a factory ...

Guatemala Medical Missions Team Sees Positive Changes Through Return Trips

by Chris Karenbauer During spring break in 2019, Cedarville University’s Global Outreach program sent a team of students on an annual medical mission trip to Guatemala where they set up a clinic. There, the team met a baby girl, Amberly, and her young mother. Amberly became sick, and her mother took her to the clinic. Amberly grew worse and had a heart attack. There was not much the clinic could do except perform CPR. Amberly’s life was saved that day. Amberly’s mother originally ...