‘Is Genesis History: Mountains After the Flood’ digs deeper into the scientific process
By Sophia Monastra
Back in 2017, my mom and I drove to a theater to watch the movie “Is Genesis History.” I remember being awed by the amount of evidence from different academic fields for the Young Earth Creation worldview.
Six years later, Compass Cinema has released the premiere of the sequel “Is Genesis History: Mountains After the Flood.” Familiar faces Dr. Del Tackett, Dr. Steve Austin and Dr. Andrew Snelling are joined by Cedarville University’s Dr. John Whitmore...
The War in Ukraine: One Year Later
by Noah Tang
One year ago, Ukraine was invaded by its larger neighbor, Russia. While most observers expected Ukraine to fall within days, so far the country has withstood the might of the Russian war machine. Ukraine’s democratically elected government has rallied its citizens to stand up to the invasion. And with the aid of most Western countries, Ukraine has retaken half of the territory that Russia initially overran.
As the war continues into its second year, Western governments and ...
Cedarville Students Evangelize at Other Schools
by Anna Harman
On February 13th, the seed of a spiritual awakening was planted on Cedarville University’s campus. President Dr. White announced in chapel, “We have no idea what we’re doing tonight and that’s a good thing because otherwise, nothing would happen. It’s up to the Lord tonight.”
Following chapel, students worshiped, prayed, and shared fellowship with one another throughout the week. Since then, numerous students have gone off campus to evangelize to other schools ...
‘The Last of Us’ episode six is a faithful adaptation with a bit of emptiness
By Ben Konuch
“You should be mindful of who you put your trust in. There's a lot you don't know about Joel.”
This is the episode of “The Last of Us” that has both satisfied me and disappointed me the most. Reeling from the emotional highs, lows and thrills of episode five’s intense action, episode six slows down to present the long-awaited reunion of Joel and his brother Tommy.
With it comes new revelations about the past, glimpses of a better life for survivors, and ...
‘The Last of Us’ episode five shows the nightmarish nature of both humans and infected
By Ben Konuch
“Haven’t you heard? Kansas City is free!”
“The Last of Us” episode five starts with an interesting overlap with the events of episode four. We are properly introduced to Henry and Sam and given a glimpse into the way they see the “freeing” of Kansas City. In addition, we see Henry observe Joel’s remorseless execution of the raiders that we see attack him and Ellie in episode four. This is a solid way of delving deeper into the dynamics of FEDRA, the resist...
‘Hogwarts Legacy’ is a fan’s dream come true
By Samuel M Acosta
Writer’s Note: There was, and still is, a lot of controversy surrounding this game's creation and release. This is a review of simply the game as a product and will not factor in the ethics of whether the game should be played. This should be the decision of the individual.
As a kid, I grew up on Harry Potter. I saw all the movies, read all the books, owned most of the LEGOs and played most of the movie tie-in video games. The games’ quality ranged widely ...
‘Ant-man and the Wasp: Quantummania’ is a rough start to Marvel’s phase five
By Katlynn Rossignol
Ant-man goes quantum once again as his family is mysteriously sucked into the dangerous and beautiful Quantum Realm. With the group split up, Scott must bring them back together again and find a way out of the Quantum Realm before Kang the Conqueror can enact his plan.
There was a lot of thought put into the environment of the Quantum Realm. Microbiology meets sci-fi cities as our heroes flee from giant amoebas and barter with intelligent mites. ...