Cedarville Volleyball Bounces Back Against Tiffin, Wins in 4 Sets
By Julia Swain
As the ball hit the floor, Cedarville players leaped and celebrated as their five-match losing streak ended in triumph. Coming into Tuesday night’s match against Tiffin, Cedarville looked to bounce back and win their first conference game. They did just that, winning in four sets and improving their record to 3-5.
One crucial aspect of the match was how the Lady Yellow Jackets responded to their losing streak. The team’s positive attitude was seemingly one ...
‘Death on the Nile’ is a Mesmerizing Tale of Tragedy and Deceit
By Ben Konuch
"When you have money, no one is ever really your friend."
I’ve grown up on mysteries. For as far back as I can remember, I’ve loved the thrill of trying to piece together the clues of a good whodunnit, even as far back as the “A to Z Mystery” books I used to read as a kid. The ones that always stood out to me the most, though, were the works of Agatha Christie, who is considered the greatest crime author of all time.
Christie’s works about the Belgian detective ...
Summer Retrospective: ‘Nope’ Is Entertaining But Confusing
By Sam Acosta
This review contains spoilers for “Nope”
Jordan Peele strikes again with his third film, “Nope,” which brings a new take on the alien genre. While Peele’s brilliance is undoubted and shines frequently throughout the film, this is not as strong as his past two blockbusters. There were just a few times when an odd or unresolved plot choice pulled me out of the action and made me question whether I was missing something or not. Yet, while “Nope” may not be ...
Summer Retrospective: ‘Bullet Train’ is an Exciting and Stylish Ride
By Ben Konuch
"You are getting the new, improved me. Because if you put peace out in the world, you get peace back.”
There are two different types of films that I would consider great. There are the kinds of films that are intricately composed, with such attention to detail and layers of hidden meanings and themes that you can almost feel the artistry, such as with “The Dark Knight" or “Schindler’s List.” On the other end of the spectrum you have the kind of films that aim to ...
Cedarville Volleyball Team Struggles Against West Liberty, Loses In Four Sets
By Julia Swain
When Friday night’s match began, Cedarville already had a loss on the day against Seton Hill University and was 2-3 on the season overall. Struggles continued for the Lady Yellow Jackets as they dropped 3 of 4 sets to fall to West Liberty and drop to 2-4 on the year.
The crucial part of the match came in the fourth set, which was a struggle for the Lady Yellow Jackets due to a lack of communication on the floor and difficulty passing effectively. This allowed the ...