Mission Impossible 2022 Brought a Mystery to Campus
By Caroline Stanton
Photo credits by Logan Howard.
Under the crisp night air, a swarm moved in. Hundreds of mere mortals, dressed from head to toe in all black, many with black paint streaked across their faces. In a buzz of nervous, excited voices, they waited in anticipation.
To the average reader, this may sound like the start of an Oakland Raiders football game or some ancient, medieval feud about to be settled. But to the dedicated Cedarville reader, this is the start of ...
Bee and Puppycat: Employment in Outer Space
By Katlynn Rossignol
Journey to a friendly little island, which is home to a “young old lady” named Bee. After being fired from her latest job, Bee wishes she had a pet cat, which prompts the magical introduction of Puppycat. It turns out that it takes money to care for a new pet, so it’s a good thing that Puppycat is an employee of Temp Space, an interstellar employment agency. Together, Bee and Puppycat do temp jobs around the universe while also avoiding mysterious entities that ...
D23 Expo Delivers Mountains of Content
By Janie Walenda
Last weekend, Disney had its biennial fan exposition D23 for members of its official fan club, also named D23. Aside from the exclusive merchandise, costume contests, and exhibits, this event is known for providing first looks at upcoming Disney projects. While some first looks are exclusive to the expo halls – unless they’re leaked – Disney took this chance to release several trailers and announcements about upcoming Disney, Pixar, Marvel Studios, and Lucasfilm ...
Kareck seeks to leave behind a legacy of service to the student body through Resound Radio.
By Jewell Strock
Resound Radio, located in the Stevens Student Center, seeks to uplift listeners’ spirits through positive, encouraging music and stories from around campus. This year, Senior Theatre Major Josiah Kareck leads the Resound Radio On-Air team.
Resound Radio is an interactive service to students; it is an academic function, not a club. Building students up and encouraging them in their relationship with Christ is what motivates the program. Mentoring and building ...
Fall Bible Conference Teaches Surrender
by Noah Tang
Cedarville University held its annual Fall Bible Conference on August 22nd through the 25th. This year, the event provided the University community with biblical teaching on the topic of surrender. Pastor Brian White spoke to promote a mindset of surrender to God as the University begins another academic year.
Pastor Brian White serves as the lead pastor of Harvest Church in Carmel, Indiana. When asked to preach at Cedarville, Pastor White chose the topic of surrender for ...
Cedarville Women’s Cross Country Dominates Under the Lights
By: Alan Brads
Hundreds of women from across Ohio stand with bated breath, gazing at a man 50 yards away, illuminated only by portable stadium lights and the waning moon. The buzz of the crowd becomes a murmur, pierced by an occasional shout as anticipation mounts. The whistle blows, then silence. Time freezes, the runners are statues.
An eruption of cheers and the stampede of 334 runners from over 30 universities kick off the 2022 All-Ohio Intercollegiate cross-country champi...
Cedarville Improves to 2-1-0 in the GMAC with Win Over Trevecca
By: Alan Brads
The Cedarville University men’s soccer team squeezed by the Trevecca Nazarene University Trojans 1-0 on September 15.
Jake Johnson netted the lone goal off a penalty kick in the 63rd minute.
As soon as the head referee blasted his whistle and pointed to the penalty mark, Johnson confidently strolled to his starting spot to take the kick.
“I went into the game already thinking about where I would put the penalty kick if we got one,” Johnson said. “I ...
“Rings of Power” Episode 3 Ups the Stakes
By Janie Walenda
As “Rings of Power” continues to tell its sprawling story, complete with an ensemble cast and multiple locations, its third episode “Adar” begins to bring the plot into focus.
Perhaps the most exciting development in this episode, at least from a plot perspective, is the introduction of Númenor, and with that, Isildur. This city and its people were central to some of the stories in the “Silmarillion,” and will be central going forward in the “Rings of ...
‘Barbarian’ Showcases the Depravity of Man
By Cedars A&E Staff
“Do I look like some kind of monster?”
(Author’s note: ‘Barbarian’ contains mature and disturbing content, most of which is conceptual, which can be triggering for some viewers. Viewer discretion is strongly advised.)
I’ve always enjoyed a good horror movie. The thrill of a jumpscare, the feeling of chilling anticipation, and the eventual sigh of relief once the credits start rolling and our characters are finally safe makes for a nail-biting ...