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Following God’s Call

Rev. Greg Dyson moves to Taylor University in his mission to support kingdom diversity by Emma Waywood Rev. Greg Dyson was the director of Intercultural Leadership at Cedarville University for five years. But, starting Jan. 1 of this year, he has moved on to a similar position at Taylor University. Dyson has carried a personal passion for multiculturalism and diversity since first stepping onto Cedarville’s campus and will continue to maintain that passion long after he has gone. A ...

Living As Prescribed

Cedarville student launches faith-inspired athletic wear company by Bryson Durst Senior year can often be a frantic time for graduating students, with finding a job, internship or graduate school among the top concerns. Cedarville marketing major and CrossFit trainer Ryan Husband, however, is pursuing an even more ambitious goal: building up his own “faith-based fitness apparel company,” LRX Apparel. Ryan and others working for his year-old company hope not only to increase their ...

Definitely Not an Octopus

Professor reflects on the growth of his department and the unexpected writing of his book by Zach Krauss Professor Gabe Pyle teaches industrial design students the intricacies of innovation and the art of creation at the International Center for Creativity (ICC) in Columbus. He recently signed a book deal based on one of his T-shirt designs and is excited about the opportunities to come for both him and his students. Pyle graduated from Cedarville University in 2012 with an industrial ...

Opioid Crisis – National Town Hall coming to Cedarville University

By Benjamin Smid At 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 30th, Cedarville University’s Dixon Ministry Center will be the venue for a national town hall on the opioid crisis. The opioid crisis is claiming hundreds of lives each day in the United States.  Over the past decade, opioid overdose deaths have skyrocketed due to increased availability of the drugs and unnecessary prescriptions.  In 2017, opioid overdoses killed almost 50,000 people, a nearly 100% increase in four years according to ...

Pharmacy Students Excel In National Competition and Beyond

By Abby Shaffer On December 1, Sarah Berman and Micah Bernard put their studies to the test in the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) clinical skills competition in Anaheim, California. The competition gave each two-person student team a patient case. They then had two hours to come up with solutions to the patient’s problems, prepare a written plan, and present that plan to the judges. While it was intimidating to enter a competition room filled with so many talented ...

Cedarville Professors debate the merits of Capitalism, Socialism

By Bryson Durst Capitalism. Socialism. These words frequently come up in the political vocabulary of the United States. Healthcare, taxation, regulations, welfare programs, and college tuition are issues American politicians cite in the discussion of the merits and pitfalls of these two economic systems. In order to help educate Cedarville students and area residents on these important issues, the Greene County TEA (Totally Engaged Americans) Party held a discussion on the two ideologies on ...

Fit to be Tied

Cedarville equips dating and engaged couples with tools to prepare and strengthen their marriages by Madeline Mosher Over 1,000 couples in 25 years. That’s the going rate for Cedarville’s Fit to Be Tied, a year-long marital counseling program that seeks to prepare seriously dating and engaged students for marriage. Fit to Be Tied consists of three parts: personality and pre-marriage assessments, five sessions taught by CU faculty and meetings with mentor couples. Dr. Tom and Amy ...