Why I’m not walking: a senior perspective on graduation
By Chris Karenbauer
Graduation is the moment seniors look forward to the most because it’s the next step into the adult world. It is also one of the most uniform, rehearsed events of our college career. Every commencement is the same. Someone speaks for 30 minutes. Every graduate, no matter how many of them there are, gets recognized. More speaking. A prayer. It goes on.
And this is why I, and many other seniors at Cedarville University, decided not to walk for graduation.
At best, ...
Cedarville University launches new Synergy Initiative
By Avonlea Brown
On March 15 at 10 a.m., Cedarville University president Dr. Thomas White stepped onto the Jeremiah Chapel stage and made an announcement.
“Today we are announcing the launch of the Synergy Initiative,” he said.
A video introducing the initiative preceded the announcement, then Vice President of Mobilization for Send Network Dr. Mike Carter followed with a sermon. Carter’s sermon, which was continued the next day, touched on the need for and importance of church ...