Students and Faculty Work Together to Prepare “The Heiress”
By Zachary Krauss
This year’s winter production put on by the Theatre program is “The Heiress,” a play written in 1947 by Ruth and Augustus Goetz. The play opened for the first time in the 1940s and has been revived on Broadway four times since.
At Cedarville, the theatre productions are put on as a collaboration between students and the theatre faculty. The team that helps put the show on is multi-faceted and consists of a stage management team, a production team, the set-building ...
Nigerian Student Perseveres Through Many Challenges to Study in the U.S.
By Shelby McGuire
David Adedeji is a freshman student at Cedarville University studying Computer Science. What most people don’t know about David is that he is significantly younger than his classmates at 16 years old.
Adedeji grew up in Lagos, Nigeria. In August 2018 at just 15 years old, he moved with his mom and brother to Huntington, West Virginia. At that time, he was ready to begin his senior year of high school because Nigerian school systems are more accelerated than that of the ...
Cedarville Picks Up Another Win over Wilberforce
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets probably didn't need an entire week to prepare for Wilberforce. That's about all that can be said.
The Yellow Jackets improved to 14-8 (9-3 G-MAC) in their 98-51 demolition of non-conference Wilberforce on Saturday night. The win was Cedarville's sixth in a row, as the Yellow Jackets are getting hot at the right time and prepare to move up in the conference.
Sophomore forward Isaiah Speelman led the Yellow Jackets with 20 points. Senior ...
Jeff Gilbert: A Journey to Purpose
By Shelby McGuire
When Jeff Gilbert began as professor of Journalism at Cedarville University in 2009, he wasn’t just beginning a new era in his career, he was coming home. After a 22-year career in print journalism, Gilbert accepted an opportunity to return to his alma mater and give back to his community.
When he accepted the position at Cedarville, he didn’t know that this transition would be more than a new job. From that point, he would begin a new chapter of his life where all of ...
Inside the Lives of Assistant Basketball Coaches
By Abigail Hintz
The 2019-20 basketball season is in full swing, and that brings a lot of busyness to the lives of those involved in the program. The teams’ assistant coaches keep the teams running smoothly, by taking parts of the head coaches’ jobs off their plates so they can focus on the big picture.
Patrick Bain came to his assistant coaching job at Cedarville after having an outstanding career playing for head men’s basketball coach Pat Estepp from 2014- 18. He joined the ...
SAAC Strives to Serve Community and Athletes
By Tim Miller
The Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is comprised of two players from each varsity sport at Cedarville University. The committee’s 26 members communicate, with one voice, to the university, as well as to the NCAA and community members.
Since the organization’s inception, it’s grown to take on new challenges and initiatives in order to better the lives of student-athletes themselves, as well as make an impact in the lives of those who are less fortunate.
Students Weigh In On Instagram Removing Likes
By Alex Hentschel
In November, the CEO of Instagram, Adam Mosseri, announced that Instagram would begin removing like counts for certain select users in the United States. In an interview with BuzzFeed News, Mosseri stated that the decision was about making Instagram “a less pressurized environment where people feel comfortable expressing themselves.”
The company has piloted the program in seven countries — Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, Italy, Japan, and New Zealand — with ...
Huge Second Half Leads Cedarville to Fifth Straight Win
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets used a 14-0 run in the second half to take control and ultimately beat Alderson Broaddus on Saturday afternoon, winning 82-63. The win allows Cedarville to continue to fight for top positioning in the G-MAC with a 13-8 record overall and an impressive 9-3 mark in the conference.
The conference got tighter today, as Findlay upset Walsh, creating a three-way tie for first place in the conference. Sitting right behind with one more loss are the ...
Impressive Fourth Quarter Takes Lady Jackets to Fifth Straight Win
By Abigail Hintz
A late 18-point run took the Lady Jackets (16-5, 9-3 G-MAC) to 74-57 Saturday afternoon after playing neck-and-neck with Alderson Broaddus (6-15, 3-9 G-MAC) for the first three quarters. The Jackets remain in fourth place in the G-MAC with the win.
Head coach Kari Hoffman said, “You’ve got to give credit to Alderson Broaddus. They came in here and played us really tough. I was really proud of how we stayed with it. Their effort was there we just had a little lack of ...