Maughmer’s triple-double extends Jackets’ winning streak to five
By Emily Tuttle
The Cedarville men’s basketball team fought through a scrappy matchup and stoutly beat Wilberforce 98-70 on Wednesday night, January 17.
Wilberforce’s fast-paced nature forced the Jackets to push the ball and run the floor the entire game. The Jackets forced 19 turnovers and scored 24 points off of Wilberforce’s carelessness.
Cedarville played well as a team and moved the ball consistently. Although they shot only 31.7% from behind the arc, they ...
Cedarville mom and daughter review season six of ‘The Crown’
By Ashleigh Clark
My mom and I have been watching “The Crown” together for several years now. I make us lattes and we sit on our ugly green couch in the living room and binge each new season in a few days. As a lover of the Royal family and historical dramas, my mom was the perfect person to review the latest season of ‘The Crown’ with me.
First, a little about my mom: Michelle Clark graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor’s in History from Cedarville. She taught U.S. History ...
‘Percy Jackson and the Olympians’ episodes 3-4 paint an uncertain future for the series
By Ben Konuch
“The gods want you to believe that, that they are infallible. But they only want what all bullies want. They want us to blame themselves for their own shortcomings.”
“Percy Jackson and the Olympians” is officially halfway through its first season (of hopefully many), and as much I wish to be able to call this series great as a huge fan of the books, I have to settle with saying that it is good. The last two episodes of the series once again do a fantastic job at ...