‘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. ...