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Cedarville’s summer camp fair offers students many opportunities and fills a need for the summer camps in attendance

By Rachel Anderson Cedarville University hosted a Summer Camp Fair in the upper level of the Stevens Student Center from Jan. 23 until Feb. 3. Camps that wanted to participate could choose one day to set up an informational table where students could ask questions, learn about their ministry, and even get free merchandise such as stickers, notebooks, and pens. The tables lined the walkway outside of the DeVries Theater, leading into the Dining Hall. Five new camps were set up each day, with ...

Supporting local bookstores is now more important than ever

By Kristina Birt Since I was a little kid, I have been an avid reader. My sister and I grew up reading Nancy Drew, which quickly became more books by different authors and different genres. Now that we are both adults and live out of state, talking about books and going book shopping together are two of our favorite ways to spend time together, either separated by distance or  not.  When my sister mentioned to me that Amazon seems to be overtaking the book market, it was not ...

What are Cedarville Students listening to?

Music surrounds us each day of our life. Background music in a cafe, singing worship songs in chapel, at a birthday party, or watching a movie. However, the majority of our music comes from listening to it with headphones on while working, walking around campus, and other everyday activities. What exactly is everyone hearing? Follow along as Carolina discovers what Cedarville Students like to listen to.  Moderator: Carolina Zibron  Filmed and Edited by: Josephine ...

Yellow Jackets’ explosive second half sees off aggressive Timberwolves

By: Jonathan Snyder As the Cedarville Yellow Jackets finished off a 10-0 run to start the 2nd half of their game against the Northwood Timberwolves, the scoreboard finally reflected the Jacket’s prowess in a 87-67 win.  Cedarville started off the game keeping the Timberwolves at bay, but never breaking away. There would always be something to keep the Timberwolves close, whether it be turnovers or defensive breakdowns. This led to a four-point lead for the Jackets at the close of ...

New-look Jackets cut down by nearly perfect T-Wolves

By: Jonathan Snyder The Northwood Timberwolves’ accurate passes and backdoor cuts carved up the Lady Jackets in a 92-74 loss for Cedarville. The Lady Jackets sported an all-pink uniform in honor of the Play4Kay initiative, designed to increase financial support for women’s cancer research. The Lady Jackets also rolled out a new starting lineup, as Makenna Fee and Taylor Strock were both unavailable. Abby Freeman and Leah Butterbaugh started instead and gave the Lady Jackets solid ...

The Cove offers academic support for all students as the semester progresses.

By Rachel Anderson A month into the second semester, coursework is starting to pile up as students are getting deep into group projects, essays, and exams. While some students may be overwhelmed, The Cove-Academic Enrichment Center exists to help students navigate their schoolwork and college careers. The Cove has been providing free programs and services for all Cedarville students since it began in 2004. Now located on the upper level of the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies ...

‘M3GAN’ upgrades horror with unsettling and hilarious twists

By Ben Konuch "With MEGAN around she can take care of the little things, so you can have time to take care of the things that matter." Do you like dolls? Do you like really unsettling, creepy dolls? If you’re like me, the answer is most likely a definitive, “NO!” But James Wan, the creative mind behind “Saw” and the “Conjuring” franchise, knows this and decided that the natural response to our unanimous answer would be to write another unsettling, creepy doll movie. This ...

Video: The Sound of Community

by Josie Schmidt-Krayer and Elizabeth Kollmar Music enthusiast Mike Ryan has always enjoyed playing and singing songs of praise. Despite being born blind, he began playing piano at three years old. Later on he started on the organ. He was raised a catholic and decided to work as an organist for the Catholic Church. Now, Mike lives at the Ohio Masonic Home in Springfield, Ohio, where he leads their choir. He greatly enjoys the community that he has found there, and hopes to continue pursuing ...

Best of 2022: ‘Amphibia’ is full of laughs, love and loss

By Janie Walenda Editor’s note: In our “Best of 2022” series, A&E writers revisit their favorite movies and television shows that weren’t reviewed during the year. I have a soft spot for children’s cartoons, and I watched an inordinate amount of them last year. And out of all the cartoons, and even out of all of the television shows I watched, “Amphibia” has the biggest impact on me. Running for three seasons and ending in May of 2022, “Amphibia” fits in well ...

Best of 2022: ‘Prey’ is an exhilarating fight for survival

By Ben Konuch Editor’s note: In our “Best of 2022” series, A&E writers revisit their favorite movies and television shows that weren’t reviewed during the year. “It knows how to hunt. But I know how to survive.” The Predator franchise has been a rocky one. The original 1987 “Predator” is a masterclass in crafting an action thriller, with scenes of big, loud action mixed with moments of quiet horror as characters slowly get picked off brutally by an invisible ...