month : 10/2021 29 results

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 ...

‘The Guilty’ is a Gripping Thriller about the Importance of Truth

By Ben Hiett This heart-pounding psychological thriller opens with the text of John 8:32 written in journalistic print across a black screen: “And the truth shall make you free.”  “The Guilty,” a remake of a Danish film of the same name, shows us the importance of having the whole truth, as far too often, we can treat our assumptions as fact until they come crashing down around us when we come to see the bigger picture. The film opens on a city on the brink; raging wildfires have ...

Hoffman Returns with an Assist in Win Over Malone

by Josh Decker The Cedarville Lady Jackets secured a solid 2-0 victory over a winless Malone side on Thursday night. The result improves the Jackets’ record to 7-4-1 this season, including a dominant 7-2 G-MAC record. Olivia Hoffman made her season debut after struggling with injury last season and the start of this season. “I just felt really grateful and excited to be back out there playing,” remarked Hoffman. “I was reminded of what an opportunity it is.” Both teams ...

‘Diana: The Musical’ Is a Royal Mess

By Janie Walenda There is no shortage of dramatizations of Princess Diana's life.  “The Crown” introduced her in its most recent season to great success, and “Spencer” was lauded by critics when it premiered at the Venice International Film Festival in early September.  Diana’s story remains one of the most intriguing and complex of the 20th century, and sadly, “Diana: The Musical” waters it down to nearly nothing. To start, the music is just bad.  There’s no rhythm to ...

‘The Cedarville Review’ Gives a Voice to Student Creativity – Cedarville Creatives

In the first episode of the “Cedarville Creatives” series, hosts Sam Acosta and Ben Hiett get a look into the inner-workings of the student-run creative arts journal, “The Cedarville Review.” Join them in their conversation with editor-in-chief Rachel Rathbun and editor Grace Koehler as they talk about promoting creative expression within a Christian context.

Like Its Anti-Hero, ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ is Chaotic, Violent and Better Than You’d Expect

By Chris Karenbauer [Editor’s Note: This review contains mild spoilers] “Eddie, you feel like home to me. Like family,” said Cletus Kasidy, the main antagonist in “Venom: Let There Be Carnage.” It embodies the relationship between Kasidy and Eddie Brock as well as between Brock and Venom. Venom is one of Spider-Man’s most well-known adversaries. The creature Venom is an alien who finds a symbiotic host in Eddie Brock. It’s been a while since the first movie’s release ...

‘What If…?’ Sticks the Landing to Deliver An Epic Finale

By Janie Walenda In true MCU fashion, “What If… The Watcher Broke His Oath?” is not only a continuation of last week’s episode, but it also brings in characters from each of the previous episodes for an epic team-up. Similar to the zombie episode, the best part of this episode is the team.  The Guardians of the Multiverse have great comedic and dramatic chemistry, and I would love to see them team up again in the future.  The initial team that the Watcher and Strange Supreme put ...