Summer Film Recap: Anna Harman’s summer of nostalgic, moving and eye-opening movies
By Anna Harman
Despite all of the great films and TV shows that came out over the summer, three movies stuck out to me the most: “Barbie,” “The Little Mermaid” and “Sound of Freedom.”
Barbie (Margot Robbie) and Ken (Ryan Gosling) did a fun dance number at the beginning of “Barbie.”
“Barbie” was arguably the movie of the summer. I saw so many people of all ages dressed up in elaborate all-pink outfits and they’d come with huge groups to see the movie.
Brads’ Breakdown: zooming into college football’s opening weekend
By: Alan Brads
On Tuesday morning, I stepped outside and was met by the crispest cool breeze that southwest Ohio has felt this year. I smiled, not because the breeze felt good, or the air smelled fresh, but because I knew what that feeling perennially means in my life.
College football is back.
No more conference realignment chatter, NIL debates or transfer portal mayhem, just 14 straight glorious weeks of football for our viewing pleasure.
Yes, I know what all you USC and Notre ...
Mistakes loom large in Yellow Jackets loss, drop three straight sets in 3-1 defeat
By: Julia Swain
The once tightly packed bleachers of just over 1100 fans quickly dissipated as the 3-1 Cedarville loss to the visiting Braves came to a close. Despite a relentless effort and high energy from fans and players alike, the Yellow Jackets were unable to string much of anything together and dropped the final three sets to ultimately lose the match.
Head coach Greg Smith recognized one area in particular that he felt his team needed to work on.
“The biggest ...
Student Orgs at Cedarville University that you might not have heard of
By Esther Fultz
Cedarville University’s student organizations are one of the many things that make campus life interesting and unique.
At the beginning of every year, the university holds an Involvement fair that features local churches and ministries as well as gives students the opportunity to learn about orgs focusing on sports, academics, and other interests. Some orgs appear year after year and are well known to campus; others, like the ones below, are brand new to campus....
Involvement Fair ’23 Photo Gallery
Students gathered together on Aug. 25th to share the different opportunities on campus that they are a part of and to hang out and have an amazing Friday evening!
Photos taken by Julia Mumford
Cedarville University’s Fall Bible Conference message of ‘Identity’ encourages students new and old
By Avonlea Brown
As the excitement of Getting Started Weekend wears off, incoming freshmen begin to question their place on campus. Homesickness and uncertainty creep in, making new students question their ability to make it through one semester, let alone the next four years.
At 7 p.m. on Monday night, the annual Fall Bible Conference began. The whole university sat down to hear speaker Corey Abney, lead pastor at Bell Shoals Church in Florida and a Cedarville graduate, talk about ...
ELLIV: ILLUMINATE was a HIT!!
The most unforgettable night at Cedarville University 2023! ELLIV is an annual event that takes place at the end of the school year that no one wants to miss. From top tier music to funny skits, it is a guaranteed good time!
Filmed and Edited by Ian Chan
‘Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret’ finally takes the screen.
By Laci Strouse
“Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret” was the first Christian novel I ever read. I read it when I was twelve years old and immediately fell in love. The novel followed a middle school girl as she went through puberty for the first time and searched for religion. The novel was written over fifty years ago to help young girls navigate through middle school and find clean, relatable content and at last, it made it to the big screen.
The plot of the movie followed ...
Richter’s building job this season about more than wins and losses
By Jonathan Snyder
The true effectiveness of a coach cannot be measured by simply looking at a box score or a win-loss record.
You must look at how he unites a team, bringing different personalities together for one common goal. You need to observe how he responds to the hard times, how he carries himself under pressure. The steps a coach takes toward preparing for game day alongside the temperament shown by him throughout need to be examined if he is to be revered.
A team out of ...