Profiles for SGA Candidates 2015
Steve Clark is one of two candidates for the position of SGA chaplain. Clark is a junior liberal arts major with a concentration in theology. He has served the student body this year as SGA chaplain and said he has loved it and given his heart to it. He said since people know him already, they know what to expect from him as a chaplain; however, he does expect SGA to experience growth and change. Since he has experience, he wishes to continue serving Cedarville ...
Salt Shortage and Safety Challenge Snow Crew
For David Orr, Cedarville’s director of landscaping and grounds maintenance, the onset of winter means more than runny noses and extra layers. For Orr and the rest of the maintenance crew, the change of seasons brings long days of battling the wind and snow to keep campus safe.
The process begins in September, Orr said, when he begins monitoring the forecast for the coming winter. Then, the crew begins to prepare the equipment used for clearing roads and sidewalks, getting all 12 pieces of ...
Christian Camps Challenge and Change College Students
New students can quickly recognize common fashion choices among the students of Cedarville University. Some of these items are oversized sweaters and TOMS shoes. Another popular item seems to be a kelly-green sweatshirt featuring a series of three arrows stacked to look like an evergreen tree, the logo of Lake Ann Camp in Lake Ann, Mich.
“I keep seeing people wearing this sweatshirt for Lake Ann,” said freshman student Kendall Facer. “I want to know what it is.”
Working at a camp ...
20 Years, Engineers
Cedarville’s school of engineering celebrated the 20th anniversary of its first graduating class this school year. Known as the department of engineering until this year, the university recently changed its title to the school of engineering.
Robert Chasnov, dean of the school of engineering, said he has witnessed many changes and developments throughout his time here.
In 1990, Duane Wood, the academic vice president at the time, had the vision to start an engineering department at ...
Building into the Student Experience
Renovating buildings on Cedarville’s campus is a long process and one involving many different people.
“My job is to meet the building needs of the group, whether it be for an academic program or for Christian Ministry,” said Rod Johnson, associate vice president for operations.
Most recently, Johnson said he has been working closely with the faculty and staff of the science department.
Johnson said the Engineering and Science Center, which houses most of the science programs, ...
Pharmacy Org Hosts Winter Relief Drive
Cedarville students have the opportunity to donate self-care items to Safe Harbor House through a Winter Relief Drive organized by the Student Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (SSHP) that started Dec. 2.
This pharmacy org is beginning its first year of community outreach and wants to benefit Safe Harbor House by providing practical, helpful supplies for the residents of this ministry.
Tiffany Zehel is a P2 pharmacy student and co-chair for SSHP. Zehel joined SSHP last year, is part ...
K9s at the Ville Will Host 2nd Annual Dinner Fundraiser
K9s at the Ville will be hosting their second annual “Dig In” event on Monday, Nov. 24. The event provides a chance for students to support a great cause, while also enjoying home cooked food donated by various professors. The goal of the event is to raise both awareness and funds for 4 Paws for Ability, the organization K9s at the Ville partners with.
“The org provides a unique opportunity to students because we are one of the few groups that partners directly with an outside organiz...
Thursday Night Live: A Welcome Interruption
Weekly Thursday Night Live (TNL) events provide opportunities for students to relax and listen or to be involved, promote themselves and perform.
Brian Burns, adviser for the Student Center Activity Board (SCAB) and manager of Rinnova, created today’s version of TNL.
Since 2004, musical events called Acoustic Fires were held a few times a semester in the Hive, but Burns said they were very random. So in 2007, right after he assumed his current position, he and the other members of SCAB ...
Org Hosts Events to Raise Hunger and Homelessness Awareness
POINT, a campus org, is hosting events this week to raise awareness and money for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
POINT is a local chapter of a larger non-profit organization. Kayleigh Wideman, org president, said the organization exists to connect to charities and bring awareness to the needs of others. National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, she said, presents an opportunity for the org to involve their fellow students in charity.
“It is an issue we often ...