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The heartbeat of Lil Sibs Weekend: what makes this weekend event so special

By Bella Agnello This past weekend, hundreds of guests arrived on campus to spend time with their siblings for Lil Sibs Weekend – a Cedarville tradition that reunites siblings for a weekend of fun and experience. Sara Weller, a sophomore in high school, was fortunate enough to visit both of her sisters: Olivia, a junior Exercise Science major, and Aubre, a freshman Worship major. Together, they created a weekend full of memories to last a lifetime. When Sara Weller arrived on campus ...

Working Moms Panel: Women who managed to do both

By Laci Strouse Date of event: 2/22/24 The Working Moms panel was hosted by the Women in Business Organization. Students got the opportunity to hear from Alina Leo, Tracy Rentz, Lindsey Howell, and Phyllis Birt. They’re a group of moms who have to balance work life and home life. They discussed this balance and gave advice to young women who are seeking to work while raising a family as well.  One major theme of the event was to prioritize your home.  “Evaluate where ...

Injury-riddled Lady Jackets fall on Senior Day

By Alan Brads A gloomy senior day at Callan Athletic Center featured a runaway loss to Trevecca Nazarene while all three Jacket seniors sat sidelined by injuries. The Lady Jackets’ season took its first blow in the third game of the year when senior Anne Wheeler suffered a season-ending injury. And when Lydia Sweeney and Makenna Fee joined her on the injury list, Cedarville just didn’t have enough firepower left. It may not have mattered against Trevecca, as the red-hot Trojans ...

Cedarville’s Second-Half Struggles Allow Kentucky Wesleyan to Secure Win

By Emily Tuttle Cedarville University students and fans came out to support their Jackets in an intense Thursday night thriller. They cheered incessantly and leaped to their feet in crucial moments, but unfortunately, it wasn’t enough. The Cedarville men's basketball team narrowly fell to G-MAC leader Kentucky Wesleyan 90-77 in a close matchup. The Panthers couldn’t seem to miss all evening. They shot nearly 52% from beyond the arc and 50% from the field. They traded baskets with ...

Photo gallery: CU women’s basketball toppled by Kentucky Wesleyan

The Cedarville women’s basketball team lost 95-55 to Kentucky Wesleyan on Thursday night. The Lady Jackets moved to 5-19 on the season. Kentucky Wesleyan (18-5, 13-4) moved the ball well and shot efficiently. Four players scored at least 15 points. Cedarville’s Brianna Zajicek led all scorers with 19 points, and finished a rebound shy of a double-double. The Lady Jackets will celebrate senior day this Saturday at 1 p.m. against Trevecca Nazarene. Photos by Ian Chan

Foreign Film Series: Everyone has a corner of the world

By Thomas J. Cromer (The following review will contain light spoilers) Music and Animation- The theme song of the film “In This Corner of the World” is called “Kanashikute Yarikirenai” which at first listen sounds peaceful, beautiful and softer than it really is. One of the lines of the song in English is “Today, once again, I look to the distance and cry.'' This contrast serves as a good introduction to “In this Corner of the World,” which has plenty of happy moments ...

Senior Sunday: Hannah Hoffer

By Esther Fultz Hannah Hoffer is a senior pharmacy student at Cedarville University. After graduating from her undergraduate program in May, she will go on to complete her doctorate in pharmacy here at Cedarville. While she does not know exactly what her plan is after that, she is considering working in retail, a hospital or possibly completing a residency. During her time at Cedarville, Hoffer has grown spiritually. Attending chapel has been a great way for her to notice different ...

Abbott Elementary opens season three with a two-part special

By Katlynn Rossignol Three seasons and thriving, “Abbott Elementary” has made a name for itself on TV and streaming. Season two progressed the show’s premise by expanding the characters and their relationships. The season ended with a victory over Legacy Charter Schools, hopeful development for Janine’s family conflicts and a ‘will-they-won’t-they’ relationship between Gregory and Janine. With multiple plotlines left open, audiences have plenty to look forward to with the ...

Strait to the point: Houthi rebels control international shipping

By Laurence Butt The Middle East is an extensive and challenging region with harsh environments, unforgiving terrain, and ever-shifting alliances and borders, making it a difficult place to thrive. Iran stands out as a country that, through violence and determination, has managed to maintain a prominent position in the Middle East. Iran's presence is evident in Yemen, where it has brokered deals with the Houthi rebels.  The Houthis, a Shia Islamist political and military organizat...

Yep, ‘Argylle’ sure is a movie

By Ben Konuch I really wanted to enjoy “Argylle.” You mean to tell me that we were getting a new spy thriller/comedy from Mathew Vaughn, the filmmaker behind the “Kingsman” franchise, with Henry Cavill, John Cena and Bryce Dallas Howard? Count me in! The trailers looked funny and its premise sounded intriguing, so I was actually a little excited to see what “Argylle” would end up being. I attended an evening showing as a date night with fairly middle-ground expectations, ...