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Campus Encourages Discipleship through 9Marks Pastors Conference

By Zach Krauss This year, Cedarville and 9Marks Ministries worked together to host a Pastors Conference with the theme of discipleship and growth. On November 6th and 7th, students, pastors, and other ministry leaders heard from pastors such as Mark Dever, Garrett Kell, and Brian Davis. The mission statement for this year’s conference is that “through biblical teaching and fellowship, the Cedarville University Pastors Conference with 9Marks will challenge, strengthen and encourage ...

Old Testament Professor Publishes Book on Minor Prophets

by Zachary Krauss In the summer of 2018, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies Michael Shepherd published his latest book, A Commentary on the Book of the Twelve. This book takes a look at the last 12 books of the Old Testament, the Minor Prophets, and presents them as one composition rather than 12 unconnected books. Shepherd said that the first thought of writing a manuscript like this began about 15 years ago when he was at graduate school and he became interested in reading through ...

Sign-up for Mission Trip Opportunities this Spring Break

by Bryson Durst Are you interested in serving on the missions field over spring break? If so, Global Outreach is offering sign ups for 2019’s spring break missions trips throughout the month of October. Students who have previously gone on these trips all had positive things to say. Ryan Merk, a junior who went to Memphis last year, mentioned how it was a great opportunity for “serving people” and to “have a great impact.” Sierra Ross, a sophomore who went to Peru last year, ...

SCAB and SGA Join Forces to Put on ALT 2 and King of the Ville This Friday Night

By Lauren McGuire This Friday, October 26th, Cedarville will put on their second Alt night of the year. Alt 2 will be different than any of the Alt nights before, because for this Alt night, SCAB is teaming up with the opening ceremonies for SGA’s new “King of the Ville” event. Both SGA, Student Government Association, and SCAB, the student center activities board, worked together to combine an old and a new event. The Alt night was planned around the movie “A Quiet Place” ...

DTR to Perform on October 25 at Thursday Night Live

by Summer Lange On October 25, DTR will be performing during Thursday Night Live in Stinger’s. DTR, or Define the Relationship, is an improv comedy group of 10 members who play and perform improvisation games in their monthly improv shows. Jacob Tanner, a senior biology major and the leader of the group, stated that their purpose is “to honor God and to serve the community of Cedarville through God’s gift of laughter.” One of their newest members, Philip Gammie, a freshman ...

Jonah Goldberg Visits Cedarville University, Gives Lecture

by Callahan Jones Jonah Goldberg, opinion columnist for the LA Times and senior editor for the National Review, presented a lecture at Cedarville University on Tuesday night. The event was put on with the assistance of The Young Americans Foundation. In his talk, titled "Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Nationalism, Populism, and Identity Politics Is Destroying American Democracy," Goldberg focused on how society has evolved over the last 300 years. He tied these theories into his ...

Homecoming Wrap-up

by Zachary Krauss This year on October 5th and 6th, Cedarville’s campus was inundated with parents and alumni returning to visit for Homecoming and Parents Weekend. Some events that happened on campus for Homecoming included the Cardboard Canoe Race, the Homecoming parade, the Encounter the Light worship night, and the State of the University Address given by Dr. White. The Saturday morning parade was one of the primary ways that students were involved. Campus organizations participa...