Cedarville University’s Biblical Approach to Title IX
By Noah Tang
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Cedarville University observes it as an effort to normalize “consistent respect” for the rights and dignity of others.
Title IX is a landmark statute passed in 1972 that affects every American who is involved in higher education. It has been the law of the land for five decades, benefiting many students over the years even as its role and implementation have evolved. Among these changes have been President Obama’s ...
Brads’ Breakdown: Buckeyes survive Big Ten bloodbath
By Alan Brads
I hate Halloween. I’m not afraid to say it. I despise dressing up, and I’m allergic to nine out of every 10 candies, so why shouldn’t I hate it?
But like it or not, Halloween is upon us, and with it, we all get a chance to face our fears. Kids fear zombies and skeletons, and I, a proud member of Generation Z, fear strangers knocking on my door.
But what does the college football world fear?
Well, Clemson fears the SEC, a conference many speculate the TIgers will ...
‘Ahsoka’ episodes 6-8 lack a little punch but still stick the landing
By Ben Konuch
“What was first just a dream has become a frightening reality for those who would oppose us.”
A few weeks ago when I wrote my review for the first half of “Ahsoka,” I sang its praises as one of my favorite pieces of “Star Wars” storytelling in a long time. The series did a fantastic job with its setup, giving a reintroduction of beloved characters from animation to new audiences while setting up a new and exciting story with its fresh antagonists and mystical ...
Unveiling Oppression: The Taliban’s War on Women’s Rights in Afghanistan
By Laurence Butt
Imagine for a moment, if you will, there is a politician, a soldier, and a civilian in a bar. I know this sounds like the start of a joke but stay with me for a moment. If you ask them why the US, and by extension NATO, was in Afghanistan, chances are they will give you a completely different answer. A politician would say that it is America’s duty as a powerful country to defeat evil and help create democracy in the region. A soldier would say it is his duty to defeat ...
Good Grief! ‘You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown’ takes the stage
By Sophia Monastra
Two or three years ago, my sister developed an addiction to “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” This wasn’t surprising, seeing as how she loves all things Peanuts, but her addiction led to me listening to the soundtrack on repeat for several months on end, memorizing almost all of the lyrics to every song and even landing a role as Snoopy for a musical compilation. Despite this inundation in the musical, it remains one of my all-time favorites.
So, it was ...
Film Students Create an Award-Winning Short Film in 48 Hours
Imagine creating, filming, and editing an entire short film in 48 hours. Well, a group of Cedarville Film Students came together to attempt this challenge. To do this, they signed up for the 48-hour film project, which is an international film festival. It allows filmmakers to test their skills in creativity to make a film in a single weekend.
Follow along to see how these students made it happen.
Filmed and edited by Julia Mumford
‘Divine Influencer’ gives Gen-Z a glimpse into the real world
By Laci Strouse
Olivia Golden was a marketing influencer who worked in a fashion boutique. Out of nowhere, she slipped and made a mistake that changed the trajectory of her life. Now jobless and cut off from her parent’s stability, she was challenged to navigate the real world to learn the true meaning of being an influencer.
Recently, social media and influencer-related jobs have soared through the market. “Divine Influencer” captured the essence of today’s outlook on ...
Photo Gallery: Jackets Volleyball win big at home
Cedarville won in four sets on Thursday night, leveling the Jackets’ G-MAC record at 5-5, while Kentucky Wesleyan dropped to 4-17 (2-8).
The Yellow Jackets narrowly won the first set, then dropped the second, but stormed back to capture the final two sets 25-10 and 25-16.
Janae Heegaard led Cedarville with 16 kills, and Cassi Shields tacked on five aces.
The win comes at a great time for Cedarville, snapping a four-game losing streak and kicking off a busy weekend in the right ...
Brads Breakdown: Midseason at-risk reports
By Alan Brads
At Cedarville, the midpoint of the semester means fall break, and fall break means academic at risk reports.
Here on Brads’ breakdown, the midpoint of the college football season means the same. So just like my geology professor tells my advisor I’m dangerously close to failing, I’ll issue some strern warnings. Then, as always, I’ll serve up three storylines and three games for week eight.
Who’s at risk?
USC – The pressure’s on. An ugly-as-could-be loss ...