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Ballots, Battles, and Beyond: Pakistan’s 2024 Election

By Laurence Butt In the heart of South Asia lies Pakistan, a nation of rich history, diverse cultures, and complex politics. Since its inception in 1947, Pakistan has navigated through a tumultuous journey of democracy, military rule, and political instability. Today, it stands at a critical stage, grappling with complex challenges ranging from economic woes to regional tensions, all against the backdrop of a dynamic and evolving political landscape. As the country continues to shape its ...

Rewind to Elliv 2024: oh what a night!

By Bella Agnello Nuns, Post Malone’s, oompa loompas and Miss Americas pressed against each other, waiting for the doors to open and Elliv to begin. Though the show started at 7 p.m., students started staking out the lines well before 5 p.m. Elliv is Cedarville University’s big end-of-the-year event the weekend before finals. The night is full of numerous singing acts and skits. Multiple awards are announced throughout the evening, given to pre-elected students and to the best dressed ...

Singer Nathan Duty appreciates many styles of music

Story and videos by Zoe Ekeh “The first thing I ever started doing was singing – ever since I was little, I sang,” Nathan Duty said. “I think a lot of us that’s the first we connect with is our voice because it’s just part of us.”   https://youtu.be/YxrQE9xRv2g Singing, playing the piano and playing the saxophone are all the musical skills and gifts that Duty has acquired throughout his life. He considers himself to be a vocalist. As a musician, it is a ...

Singing from two periods of music: Carter Foerch’s enjoyment and passion of singing eclectically

Story and videos by Zoe Ekeh Singing classical music in a recital hall, playing covers of modern songs on a piano or keyboard and composing music are how Carter Foerch displays his musical talent. And those three pieces of his musical pursuits carry different weights in his day-to-day life. Most importantly – at least for now – Foerch studies classical music performance as a music major at Cedarville University. Classical music has a complex history, and Foerch finds it remarkable ...

Sports journalist builds soccer news site by serving her readers

By Cassie Pietruszka The tension rose between starting forward Brenner Souza da Silva and the FC Cincinnati soccer organization and no one on the outside knew why. Souza da Silva was one of FCC’s best offensive players and rumors swirled among fans about why he might be unhappy playing for Cincinnati. Many fans believed that Souza da Silva pushed for a transfer outside of Cincinnati in an apparent disrespectful manner. Where did this bad attitude come from? Why did he want to leave ...

Isaiah Rubio: A musician with a determined path

Story and Videos by Zoe Ekeh Musician with A calling   Walking past a concert stage set up with a huge screen, LED lights, and speakers, Isaiah Rubio felt anxiety come over him. This feeling caused Rubio to question if he would ever belong on that stage. Rubio ignored his interest in creating music until an overwhelming feeling of longing to pursue his musical passion came upon him that day. Since then, he has listened to a calling for using his musical talent. As a sound ...

‘12 Angry Jurors’ tells a riveting story of justice and duty

By Sophia Monastra You file into the small jury room. In front of you is a long wooden table surrounded by chairs. The lights above hum, and in the corner stands a cooler of water. The trial has dragged on for six days. You’re tired, the room is hot, and you want to go home. As you and the rest of the jury make your way to the chairs, someone walks over to the window and cracks it open.  In this room, you and eleven other people will decide the fate of a boy accused of murdering ...

Cedarville students contribute to campus through lesser-known student jobs

By Esther Fultz For many students, working throughout college is necessary. Even for those who don’t absolutely need to work, having extra spending money can be nice. Many jobs on campus that students work are well-known - after all, we usually see Rinnova and Chick-fil-A workers every day. Some students, however, contribute to campus life behind the scenes through jobs that are lesser known. Junior Elizabeth Kollmar is a Broadcasting, Digital Media and Journalism major with a concen...

Video: Cedarville’s Indian Mound park a place to hike, see history and study rocks

Editor's note: This multimedia package was produced by students in the Multiplatform Journalism 2 class during the spring semester. Story and video by Bella Agnello, Balen Allain, Andrew Spencer, Carolina Zimbron, Hannah Newman and Emily Tuttle Once upon a time, Native Americans roamed the forests of Cedarville, Ohio. Now, there are only pieces of their presence at the Indian Mound Reserve: a park dedicated to a Native American mound from centuries in the past. https://youtu.be...

Senior Sunday: Abby Brads

By Esther Fultz Abby Brads is a senior studio art major at Cedarville University. She is grateful for the time she spent at Cedarville, the ways she has grown as a student, and the ways Cedarville has prepared her for her future. “I like that [Cedarville] prepares students to be disciples in the workplace,” Brads said. “It prepares them to exemplify Jesus outside of Cedarville after they go to college.” In particular, Brads appreciates how the Bible minor unifies students in ...