Running as Mission
Cedarville's Athletic Training Student Org (ATSO) will hold a Fall Costume 5K and Fun Run Oct. 23 to support a Christian athletic trainer in the Middle East.
Carly Gregory, a senior athletic training major and president of ATSO, said the primary goal of Friday's event is to raise money to supply sling bags for an athletic trainer in the Middle East.
“In a typical sling bag you’d have tape and scissors, and just your general first aid supplies,” Gregory said.
Excess funds will ...
Resound’s New Bounds
The world of radio broadcasting develops as technology develops, and Resound Radio – Cedarville University’s student-run radio station – is no different.
Resound Radio started in the ’90s as an AM station that later became a low-powered FM station. To keep up with the times, Resound exchanged its broadcast signal for online streaming capability. The station can now be heard at ResoundRadio.com.
Resound launched a new website and mobile application Aug. 14 said James Leightenheimer, ...
Same Game, New Court
Christina McQueen enters the Hive, the fast-food style cafe on campus. The day has taken a toll on her body but not her spirit. After a few minutes of conversation, her genuine character and friendly personality start to shine.
Fresh out of basketball practice, she comes across as gregarious and warm-hearted, towering over the student employee who hands over a burger and fries.
From highschool to Division II
McQueen said life at Cedarville University is a change from Gardner-Webb Univers...
Cedarville Makes Changes to Campus, Names Faculty to New Positions
So long, Cedar Spray.
You no longer have to fear the deadly – or seemingly deadly – Cedar Spray. Grounds crews moved one of the two fountains this summer further into the lake and further from the usual course of the wind’s blow. This means you can look nice for that job interview or presentation and not bring the smell of Cedar Lake with you. Hooray!
Bye-bye dorm vacuums.
If you’re prone to eating crackers in bed, leaving a trail of crumbs or bringing mud in on your shoes, you ...
Cedarville Student Wins Big with Tech
Whether it’s submitting a homework assignment on Moodle or using CedarPrint to print out an essay, technology is a part of college life at Cedarville. But winning contests doesn't usually come with the deal.
However, for junior Tim Huizinga, an IT management major, submitting his creative use for technology to Best Buy’s #BESTCOLLEGE Challenge left him a winner.
“The #BESTCOLLEGE Challenge Contest was created to help students head back-to-school by asking other students to share ...
An Unexpected Welcome
Clearwater Christian College’s closing in June left Clearwater students with a gap that Cedarville University is working to fill.
“The closing caught everybody off guard,” said Karisa Linafelter, Cedarville’s associate registrar for academic advising and transfer services. "(Clearwater) students left campus (at the end of the semester) having absolutely no clue that this was going to happen."
Clearwater announced the closing June 5, 2015, leaving Clearwater students with an ...
FOX News Contributor, WaPo Columnist to Visit CU
You may recognize him if you’re a FOX News die-hard.
Charles Krauthammer, FOX News contributor and Pulitzer-prize winning columnist for the Washington Post, will visit Cedarville University for Constitution Day. The Center for Political Studies hosts “An Evening with Charles Krauthammer” 7 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Dixon Ministry Center’s Jeremiah Chapel.
In addition to success as a journalist and political commentator on FOX News’ “Special Report with Bret Baier” and other programs, ...
To Build, to Bike, to Bond
Crafting bikes by hand is one way professor Jay Kinsinger worships.
“When I create wooden bicycles I feel (God’s) pleasure,” Kinsinger said. “It’s a form of worship for me.”
Kinsinger, who has taught mechanical and biomedical engineering at Cedarville for 16 years, said the first wooden bike he builttook him more than 400 hours to complete. Fortunately, he said, since he’s had quite a bit of practice at this point, he’s gotten the time down to about 100 hours. Kinsinger ...
Riding for a New Day
Cedarville seniors and 2014 graduates Erik Johnson, James Blackwell, Ben Tuttle, Greg Johnson and Ryan Gustafson are planning a cross-country bike trip for after graduation, but they have a bigger purpose in mind for the trip.
Blackwell is a senior nursing major and has been heavily involved in planning this trip. He and three others – Tuttle, Greg Johnson and Gustafson – will ride their bikes across the United States this summer, raising money and support for the Springfield, Ohio, ...