‘Halloween Kills’ Delivers on Its Gruesome Title
By Sam Acosta
The relatively solid second installment in the “Halloween” reboot series acts as a bridge between the first film and the planned finale slated to come out next year. With an intriguing plot and a rather heartbreaking scene about the reality of human nature, I found this film to be an entertaining addition to the franchise.
That said, the gore is unnecessarily gratuitous and over-the-top, especially when compared to the film’s predecessor. Obviously, this is a slasher ...
Dr. Don Deardorff Leaves a Legacy on the Cedarville Family
by Anna Harman
Professor of English Dr. Donald Deardorff passed away suddenly on the morning of October 22, 2021. He served in the Department of English, Literature and Modern Languages for 25 years at Cedarville University.
His wife, Julie, who is the Director of Library Collection Services for Cedarville, shared some memories of her husband.
“I admired everything about him,” she said. “We met my freshman/his sophomore year at Gettysburg College, and we both knew almost immedi...
Encompass Encourages Students to Pray for the Unreached
By Jewell Strock
Matthew 9:38 says, “Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” This verse is the focus of Encompass, a small business started by junior Marketing Major Chloe Largent. Encompass is a nonprofit organization that serves to remind Christians to pray for the unreached countries around the globe through small, physical items.
Largent created the idea of Encompass the spring semester of 2021 for her marketing class with Dr. ...
At the Cost of Privacy Apple’s New Software has the Potential to Combat Abuse.
By Esther Fultz
This August, Apple announced plans to release a tool called NeuralMatch to scan photos being uploaded to iCloud and compare them to a database of known child abuse images. Since then, a great deal of controversy and privacy concerns have arisen around the software, leading Apple to postpone its release and spend more time developing the tool.
Jeffrey Simon, Associate Professor of Communication, said, “Trying to protect children and prevent underage explicit content is a ...
Freshmen Engineering Students Work Together to Build a Cardboard Canoe
by Chris Karenbauer
They were nervous for this race. Although they spent several hours building their canoe, they still did not feel ready.
Two freshmen Engineer students knelt in their canoe. Jake Brucken was in front, and Alex Heinrich in the back. They had a slow start. Team 3 rowed ahead of them. Jake and Alex continued to row. Slowly but surely, they would reach the shore.
They rowed past the first set of buoys. Then the next. Then the next. About halfway to the finish line, ...
What The Factors Are That Go Into University Grounds
by Noah Tang
My job this summer was rather unusual. Instead of going home, I worked full-time for the University Grounds Department, or Landscape Maintenance, at Cedarville University. My responsibilities primarily involved weed eating, with some gardening sprinkled in.
As the weeks went by, the physical demands of the job began to get to me. But I remembered that I was engaging in an activity similar to that of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. When God created them, He tasked them ...
Miller and Hensley Lead Jackets to Third Straight Win
by Abigail Hintz
Lady Jackets volleyball took down G-MAC defensive rivals the Ursuline College Arrows 3-1 (21-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-20) on Saturday afternoon for their third straight win. The Jackets now move to 5-6 in the conference and 8-10 overall and are in a great spot after their two weekend wins to make the postseason tournament.
The Jackets were led by senior outside hitter Liene Miller and junior outside hitter Riley Hensley with 20 kills apiece. Hensley showed an impressive 20 ...
Cedarville Volleyball Rolls to Victory Over Lake Erie
by Josh Decker
The Cedarville Lady Jackets dominated a struggling Lake Erie side 3-0 on Friday night. The win improves Cedarville’s record to 7-10 on the season and gives the Lady Jackets positive momentum following a long stretch of road games.
The offense was rolling for the Lady Jackets, finishing the match with 38 kills and 9 aces.
Cedarville was led by senior Liene Miller who contributed 14 kills, followed by junior Riley Hensley who had 10 kills. Junior Hannah Willow added nine ...
Movies that Matter — ‘Steve Jobs’ and ‘Inside’
Have you ever watched a movie or series that ended up being much more meaningful and moving than you were expecting? In this episode, hosts Hunter Sweet and Ben Hiett talk about some of the movies that impacted them more than they were expecting. Be on the lookout for Part 2 of this episode coming soon.
Students Find Friendship With Gieske’s Ram Horn
by Anna Harman
Jeremy Gieske is a junior Biblical Studies Accelerated student at Cedarville University. He chose Cedarville because he loves the community and how invested the faculty and students are in God.
In 2019, he continued to foster that sense of community that he loves so much. On Homecoming weekend during Gieske’s freshman year, he began a tradition that will remain for the following years he’ll spend here at Cedarville.
Gieske went to the Ohio Renaissance Fair with his ...