Lady Yellow Jackets decimated by Ashland Eagles, fall 107-83
By: Julia Swain
“That's probably the best team that's entered this gym in 25 years,” said Cedarville women’s basketball head coach Jason Smith.
Facing Ashland, the number one Division II team in the country, the Lady Yellow Jackets could only anticipate the 107-83 loss that they were handed. Nonetheless, they demonstrated fight and determination throughout the loss.
The Lady Yellow Jackets started off strong, playing what Smith described as “their best first half maybe ...
Cedarville Men’s Basketball comes up short versus conference rival Ashland Eagles
By: Julia Swain
4.1 seconds on the clock. Deafening cheers echo through the gymnasium. One shot, one opportunity to turn a two-point deficit into a victory, and senior Jacob Drees finds himself with the ball in his hands.
He dribbles once, twice. Time is dwindling rapidly. His only option is a desperate heave from the foul line to send the game into overtime. He falls back as it slips from his hands, and the ball drops with a resounding thud on the hardwood floor halfway to the ...
“The Chosen” season 3 explores grief and loss through its compelling storytelling
By Chris Karenbauer
Finding a good Christian film is hard to come by. Usually, the budgets are low, the acting is mediocre at best and the story’s plot falls flat. But in its three seasons, “The Chosen” has proven that low-budget Christian films can create an interesting story with talented acting.
Just as the stories of seasons 1 and 2 lead to major turning points in Jesus’ ministry – the woman at the well and the sermon on the mount respectively – the events in season ...
Hello, and welcome to the brand-new podcast series with the Arts and Entertainment department! This week it is all about the Oscars. Listen in as Janie, Sam, and Ben discuss the nominees and their guesses on who will go home with a win.
Cedarville students sense a spiritual awakening
Story by Alan Brads and Maggie FippsPhotos by Logan Howard
At 8 p.m. sharp Monday, President Dr. Thomas White takes the stage in front of over 1,000 students curious to see how the night would take shape.
“We have no idea what we’re doing tonight,” White said. “That’s a good thing because otherwise nothing would happen. It’s up to the Lord tonight.”
Ten hours before this moment, White took the same stage to open Cedarville University's Monday morning chapel, a typical ...
Recent leaders have mishandled classified documents, but is the hype called for?
by Noah Tang
Within the last year, classified material was discovered in the possession of former President Donald Trump, President Joe Biden, and former Vice President Mike Pence. These events have occasioned a great deal of controversy.
According to Matthew Dearden, Cedarville’s Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, “There are a variety of laws and regulations that govern classified documents, and sometimes they are different based on who has control over the docume...
An Entertaining Night at Cedarville’s LOL Improv Comedy Show!
Why did the tortilla chip start dancing? Because they put on the salsa.
Last Friday night was all about jokes and laughter. Cedarville's own LOL Improv Comedy Club put on a performance, with special guests, Dr. Jones, and his wife Mrs. Jones.
Watch as they talk about the night's experience and give advice to people striving to enter the world of comedy.
Moderator: Carolina Zimbron
Filmed and Edited by Josephine Schmidt-Krayer
Cedarville senior spotlights: Fear is not my future
By Laci Strouse
The 1000 days are quickly coming to an end for the class of 2023. The final moments can be exciting, yet scary at the same time. Here is what a few seniors have to say about their apprehensions for the last 100 days on campus.
Ethan Doerstling is a senior Physics major. He enjoys exercising, playing the piano, and learning languages. As Doerstling’s time at Cedarville comes to an end, he is concerned with what the future holds.
“The biggest thing I am ...
What is the Israel-Palestine Conflict and How Should Christians React?
by Ashleigh Clark
One of the most nuanced and controversial land disputes in the modern day is fought over a small slice of land nestled between Egypt and Syria.
The fight for the Holy Land rages between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Both states claim the right to the land via centuries of religious and generational traditions. Dr. Duerr, a Professor of International Studies at Cedarville University, explained that the region has been “relatively peaceful since the ...
“Plane” is a solid, exciting ride
By Ben Konuch
“Plane” is a new action-thriller from director Jean-François Richet that stars Gerard Butler as Brodie Torrance, a former RAF pilot who now serves as an airline pilot. He’s given the assignment to fly a New Year’s flight from Singapore to Tokyo in order to reunite with his daughter after a long absence, but when the airliner has to fly through a storm, a freak lightning strike disables the plane’s electronics and forces it down in the Philippines. While trying to ...