Building You Up: Resound Radio
Resound Radio is Cedarville’s student radio station, and has been on the air for 33 years! Station Manager Chloe Hunt and Professor Jim Leightenheimer share how Resound has impacted them, why student radio is important, and how students of any major can lend their voice to campus.
Filmed and edited by Nathan Freeman
‘The Wingfeather Saga’ episodes 4-6 improve a solid foundation
By Sophia Monastra
After a several-week hiatus, “The Wingfeather Saga” has finished its first season, and I couldn’t be more pleased with how the show has developed.
Searching for a way to save his friend Sara Cobbler, Janner and his siblings are rescued from local wildlife by Peet the Sock Man, who somehow connects to the Igiby family’s secrets. After the Fangs of Dang discover jewels from the destroyed kingdom of Anniera, the Igiby family is arrested. With Peet’s help, they ...
Cedarville University’s Synergy Initiative continues on campus with Church Multiplication Panel
By Avonlea Brown
The Synergy Initiative officially launched on March 15, 2023, after a year of planning by Dr. Jon Wood, Dr. Jeremy Kimble, and others at Cedarville University.
“Our hope is that students will recognize the amazing training they are already receiving in the classroom and beyond here at CU and think about how they will use that strategically as a disciple of Jesus Christ,” Kimble said.
It continued on campus on April 5 with a guest speaker, Executive Director ...
AEI Executive Council Promotes Discernment in Politics at Cedarville University
by Noah Tang
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a leading public policy think tank, maintains student chapters within various colleges and universities. Cedarville University hosts one of these chapters, which is led by an executive council composed of six undergraduate students. Together, they plan and host events that advance AEI’s mission of bettering the political situation for a safer future.
Benjamin Mays, a senior political science major, serves on the executive council at ...
The Rise of Boba Tea
By Anna Harman
Boba tea has become increasingly popular in the United States in recent years. In 2022 alone, the Bubble tea market brought in over two billion USD worth of profit and is expected to steadily increase in sales in the next five years. And students at Cedarville University are not immune to the trend.
At Cedarville University, Boba tea food trucks have come to several different events and Alt Nights. Students often wait in line for up to an hour just to order a drink, ...
Out Soon: Heartsong Live Album
Every year, Heartsong bands together to create a Live Album. All of Cedarville University is invited to the recording and are welcomed to sing along with them.
Watch Alben interview various members of Heartsong about their experience, and talk with some members of the audience.
Filmed and Edited by Alben Augustine
‘Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse’ is the greatest television event of our decade
By Ben Konuch
“That’s my… my dying secret, Barbie. Whenever I’m with you, you know my life is always a dreamhouse…”
When my roommate first asked if I wanted to watch a Barbie show with him, I thought he was insane. Why would I, a 19-year-old male college student, ever want to watch something Barbie related? But after constant, persistent nagging, I finally caved in and joined a few of my hall friends for a watch party, and that day my eyes were opened.
The Importance of CU Women in Leadership
By Anna HarmanMarch is an important month in the history of women’s rights that brings attention to issues such as gender equality, reproductive rights, and violence and abuse against women. This month is Women’s History Month and International Women's Day took place on March 8. In honor of this, we talked to some of the women in leadership on Cedarville University’s campus and talked to students about the importance of these women.
Professor of Psychology Dr. Kristin DeWitt ...
Rian Johnson’s ‘Poker Face’ attempts to bring back a classic formula
By Janie Walenda
With his new television series “Poker Face,” Rian Johnson confirms that he has a knack for creating iconic detectives. One of the most exciting things about his “Knives Out” films for me is not his subversion of murder mystery tropes, but rather watching Benoit Blanc become established alongside iconic movie and television detectives. One such iconic detective is Lieutenant Columbo, who serves as a clear inspiration for both the characters and plots of Rian Johnso...
Cedarville Students’ Involvement in Local Churches
By Anna Harman
Many students make it a priority to attend and get involved in a local church during their time here at Cedarville University. When students get involved in the local church, they build relationships, foster their faith in God, learn what it means to serve, and gain more insight into what it means to be an active part of a church body.
Brianna Pacecca, junior Civil Engineering major, attends Crossroads Christian Church in Washington Court House, Ohio. It is about 30 ...