AEI Executive Council Promotes Discernment in Politics at Cedarville University
by Noah Tang
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a leading public policy think tank, maintains student chapters within various colleges and universities. Cedarville University hosts one of these chapters, which is led by an executive council composed of six undergraduate students. Together, they plan and host events that advance AEI’s mission of bettering the political situation for a safer future.
Benjamin Mays, a senior political science major, serves on the executive council at ...
The Rise of Boba Tea
By Anna Harman
Boba tea has become increasingly popular in the United States in recent years. In 2022 alone, the Bubble tea market brought in over two billion USD worth of profit and is expected to steadily increase in sales in the next five years. And students at Cedarville University are not immune to the trend.
At Cedarville University, Boba tea food trucks have come to several different events and Alt Nights. Students often wait in line for up to an hour just to order a drink, ...
The Importance of CU Women in Leadership
By Anna HarmanMarch is an important month in the history of women’s rights that brings attention to issues such as gender equality, reproductive rights, and violence and abuse against women. This month is Women’s History Month and International Women's Day took place on March 8. In honor of this, we talked to some of the women in leadership on Cedarville University’s campus and talked to students about the importance of these women.
Professor of Psychology Dr. Kristin DeWitt ...
Cedarville Students’ Involvement in Local Churches
By Anna Harman
Many students make it a priority to attend and get involved in a local church during their time here at Cedarville University. When students get involved in the local church, they build relationships, foster their faith in God, learn what it means to serve, and gain more insight into what it means to be an active part of a church body.
Brianna Pacecca, junior Civil Engineering major, attends Crossroads Christian Church in Washington Court House, Ohio. It is about 30 ...
Abby Jo Journals: Encouraging girls to embrace Biblical femininity
By Ella Smith
Hailing from Salem, Arkansas, Abby Jo Thompson noticed a need in her high school, in her peers and young women in general. There was a lack of strong biblical influences in many girls' lives.
“I started really seeing a need for young women to understand God’s design for them and how beautiful and good it is,” Thompson, who is a sophomore Professional Writing and Informational Design major(PWID), said.
This inspired her to start her Instagram account, named ...
Why I’m not walking: a senior perspective on graduation
By Chris Karenbauer
Graduation is the moment seniors look forward to the most because it’s the next step into the adult world. It is also one of the most uniform, rehearsed events of our college career. Every commencement is the same. Someone speaks for 30 minutes. Every graduate, no matter how many of them there are, gets recognized. More speaking. A prayer. It goes on.
And this is why I, and many other seniors at Cedarville University, decided not to walk for graduation.
At best, ...
Cedarville University launches new Synergy Initiative
By Avonlea Brown
On March 15 at 10 a.m., Cedarville University president Dr. Thomas White stepped onto the Jeremiah Chapel stage and made an announcement.
“Today we are announcing the launch of the Synergy Initiative,” he said.
A video introducing the initiative preceded the announcement, then Vice President of Mobilization for Send Network Dr. Mike Carter followed with a sermon. Carter’s sermon, which was continued the next day, touched on the need for and importance of church ...
Student Spotlight: Tatiana McQuinn
by Anna Harman
Tatiana McQuinn is a senior at Cedarville University with three majors: Spanish, Global Business with emphases in both Western European studies and Accounting, and Accounting. How does someone come to the decision to take on three majors? It just happens, according to McQuinn.
The first major she decided on was Spanish, which came as a result of an impactful missions trip when she was in 7th grade.
“I fell in love with the language and the people and ...
Kristin DeWitt finds God’s mercy every day in her life
By Chris Karenbauer
Professor of Psychology Kristin DeWitt has had a full career in academics since she graduated from Clearwater Christian College in Florida. Originally, DeWitt only desired to pursue her bachelor’s in Physical Education, but after she graduated, the president of Clearwater urged her to pursue a master’s degree.
“I heard that if you were getting a bachelor’s degree in psychology, you had to go on for a master’s, and I did not want to get a master’s,” ...