Cedarville’s Enduring Legacy: Three Generations, 50 Years, One Family
By Maggie Fipps
It is a word thrown around a lot on weekends like Homecoming.
Is Cedarville simply a name on a degree, written in bold cursive? Does it truly ingrain itself in a person or a family? What about people who meet their spouses at Cedarville? What is the difference in their future family, their future children and grandchildren?
If these questions seem too weighty and overblown, you are probably right. For most, Cedarville will be a rest stop on their ...
Brads’ Breakdown: The Big-12’s big game and bigger problem
By Alan Brads
Every industry needs a star. Pop music has Taylor Swift, action movies have Tom Cruise, football has … also Taylor Swift.
Between Sanders and Taylor Swift, football viewership is up, and a whole new audience is being exposed to the charismatic cult of football.
So to any Swfities who jumped from the NFL to college football, let me be the first to welcome you to Fansville, home of all college football fans. Let me also be the the first to warn you: it gets crazy ...