Deardorff Finds Joy as the New Resident Director at Cedarville University
by Tim Comstock
The fall semester of 2021, Jason Deardorff became McChesney and St. Clair’s newest Resident Director at Cedarville University.
Deardorff graduated from a small university called Word of Life Bible Institute in Spring Lake, New York. “I actually felt the Lord leading me there and spent two years there,” said Deardorff. After he graduated, he spent a few years working third-shift in a factory. “I knew the Lord had called me to ministry shortly after I’d become a ...
‘Black Widow’ Completes Her Arc in Long Overdue Solo Film
By Noah Tang
Like many other Marvel fans, I eagerly awaited the release of “Black Widow,” faithfully waiting through the pandemic-related delays. This solo film for the MCU’s first female Avenger was long overdue, having been desired by fans ever since her first appearance in “Iron Man 2” all the way back in 2010. In-universe, “Black Widow” takes place after most of the events of “Captain America: Civil War” and before “Avengers: Infinity War.”
The movie opens in 1995, ...
Bond Goes Out With a Bang
By Owen Nolt
It seems as if the first initial trailer for “No Time to Die” came out years ago, and that’s because it did. The final outing for Daniel Craig’s James Bond was one of the first films to be delayed back in March of 2020 when the COVID-19 lockdowns began. After being pushed back three times from its initial release date in November 2019, the film finally premiered October 8, 2021. In the midst of all these delays and pushbacks, I wondered whether the film would live up to ...