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 ...
One Voice, One Love, One Purpose
OneVoice Gospel Choir offers a platform for students, faculty and staff to worship their Creator. The choir, which began 14 years ago, expresses the unity of the body of Christ.
“Everyone coming together from different backgrounds, cultures, denominations,” said OneVoice member Jordan Redfield, “it is a picture of what Heaven will be like when the church is unified.”
OneVoice musical director Ashlynn Kelly said the the unity of Christ connects all the unique people in the group....
Cedarville University Behind the Scenes: IT
Cedarville’s Information Technology (IT) department is involved in many areas of college life and works behind the scenes to help life at the university run smoothly.
From maintaining Cedarville’s Internet to setting up Moodle and running the tech carts in every classroom, IT is the power behind many of the academic services at the university.
Ethan Law, a computer science major, heads up the student lab assistants and said the department’s size surprised him when he began working ...
Peeling back the SCAB
For a Cedarville student, many hilarious puns, such as “pick us; we’ll bleed for you,” are associated with SCAB, the Student Center Activity Board. This organization is a driving force behind most of Cedarville’s on-campus fun, and with the leadership and organization from this group, it’s no wonder students enjoy the events SCAB hosts throughout the school year.
SCAB is a division of Student Life Ministries focused on planning and running fun, safe events for students. It is ...
Sports Streaming: An Ethical Dilemma for Cedarville Students
Sunday afternoons present a challenge for NFL fans on campus. How can students watch their favorite teams? In the dorm lounges, students are limited by regional coverage showing the Bengals, Browns or the “Game of the Week” chosen by CBS or Fox.
One easy solution that many students resort to for this problem is watching the game on the Internet. A simple Google search of “NFL live streaming” presents a multitude of websites showing any NFL game, or any other sporting event, seemingly ...
Maddox Wins Annual Football Game
Maddox won the annual Gridiron Classic against Printy on Nov. 8. They ended the game of flag football with 22 points, narrowly beating Printy, who scored 20 points.
SGA’s Week of Philanthropy Begins With a Laugh
DTR put on their second show of the year, "Halloween vs. Reformation Day," on Sunday, Nov. 2 in the recital hall. The show kicked off a week of philanthropy at Cedarville, with all proceeds directly benefiting the Makarios ministry.
The group posed the question “How is improv comedy connected to Makarios?” to the audience before the show began.
“There actually isn’t a connection at all,” Stephen Clark said. “I tried to think of one. The only connection is that we are using our ...
Class Councils Host A Friday Night for Fall
Friday evening will cool down into the mid 50s, perfect for a thick sweater or fleece jacket to spend the night out and about.
The class council is making the most of it and sponsoring the first annual FestiFall on Friday, Oct. 24 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. outside the lower SSC.
Throughout the evening there will be food, games, hot apple cider and a costume contest open to the campus. The costume contest winners will be announced at 6 p.m. Also at 6 p.m., there will be a pie-eating contest to ...