The Impact of Cedarville University’s Chapel on its Students
Filmed and Edited by Ian Chan
10 AM every weekday morning you will find a large crowd of students walking towards the Dixon Ministry Center on Cedarville University's campus to attend the chapel service. It is often described as the heart beat of campus.
Watch students talk about their experience with the daily service and how it has enriched their lives.
Faculty and students work together to keep Cedarville’s grounds beautiful
by Noah Tang
The Grounds department at Cedarville University works tirelessly to maintain the landscapes on campus. It employs four full-time staff and a varying number of student workers throughout the year. Each full-time staff member leads a specialized work crew: Paul Ware oversees beautification, Steve Prether is in charge of fertilizing lawns, Evan Brown oversees hard landscape, and Jeff Volbert manages weed trimming.
I have had the opportunity to work in Grounds for the past ...
The Studio opens the world of art to the student body
By Caroline Stanton
(Photo provided by Caroline Stanton)
Cedarville University has many student-led clubs, or orgs, on campus to help students better connect with each other and explore a variety of different topics and interests. One of these orgs is little known to the general student body, but has much to offer students interested in art and connects them with a diverse group of people. It’s simply called The Studio and serves to help promote art on campus by offering artistic ...
Just sayin’: On next steps
By Heidie Raine
I’m currently sitting in the Dayton airport, gate B19, three granola bars into a flight delay. The plane thatcame from Philadelphia has a bad nose, so while it gets rhinoplasty, we’re waiting for another jet fromD.C. Then to Chicago we’ll go — a jamboree of travelers depleted of phone batteries but rich in freeairline snacks.Chicago is a 90-minute drive from my mother’s house. It’s close enough that I can convince my dad topick me up tonight, but it’s far ...