“Proclaim the Name: Refuge” Begins with a New Focus on Christian Community
By Avonlea Brown
Cedarville University’s Integrated Business Core focuses on giving students the opportunity to show their leadership, organizational and interpersonal communication skills in a fast-paced environment. This year two groups of students strive to succeed in their business ventures.
Proclaim The Name: Refuge is one of those businesses starting this fall.
Proclaim The Name: Refuge is a branch off of a previous business, just labeled Proclaim The Name. The ...
Whiteboard Business Project Inspired by Desire to Help Students
by Marielle Payton
Every year, Cedarville University’s Integrated Business Core gives students the opportunity to produce, pitch and market a business plan. This year-long program goes through the spring semester, during which students take Principles of Marketing, and the fall semester, in which they take Principles of Finance and Principles of Organizational Management. These three courses, spread out across two semesters, offer students a chance to simulate the business process from ...
Time to Swing
Video Credit by Josephine Schmidt-Krayer
Ever feel like dancing but don't know where to do it? Sunday Night Swing is open for anybody and everybody. Don't worry if you have no experience. There are always people that are eager to learn from each other.
Grab your friends and come by the DMC Sunday's at 7pm and you will find a large group of people dancing to Jazz music.
It's time to swing!
Rex Looking for Girlfriend and Lost Friends
by Chris Karenbaur
Most students at Cedarville University know about Rex. He is a dino who wanders around campus with his buddy Spider-Man. They are the newest Cedarmemes. And they are usually seen walking around campus, greeting people, or posing for pictures for the Instagram meme pages.
Rex’s alter ego, Derek Burk, developed the idea of Rex after a failed Captain America and original superhero in a blue morph suit failed.
Burk has a serious condition in which he morphs between ...
Mission Impossible 2022 Brought a Mystery to Campus
By Caroline Stanton
Photo credits by Logan Howard.
Under the crisp night air, a swarm moved in. Hundreds of mere mortals, dressed from head to toe in all black, many with black paint streaked across their faces. In a buzz of nervous, excited voices, they waited in anticipation.
To the average reader, this may sound like the start of an Oakland Raiders football game or some ancient, medieval feud about to be settled. But to the dedicated Cedarville reader, this is the start of ...
Kareck seeks to leave behind a legacy of service to the student body through Resound Radio.
By Jewell Strock
Resound Radio, located in the Stevens Student Center, seeks to uplift listeners’ spirits through positive, encouraging music and stories from around campus. This year, Senior Theatre Major Josiah Kareck leads the Resound Radio On-Air team.
Resound Radio is an interactive service to students; it is an academic function, not a club. Building students up and encouraging them in their relationship with Christ is what motivates the program. Mentoring and building ...
Fall Bible Conference Teaches Surrender
by Noah Tang
Cedarville University held its annual Fall Bible Conference on August 22nd through the 25th. This year, the event provided the University community with biblical teaching on the topic of surrender. Pastor Brian White spoke to promote a mindset of surrender to God as the University begins another academic year.
Pastor Brian White serves as the lead pastor of Harvest Church in Carmel, Indiana. When asked to preach at Cedarville, Pastor White chose the topic of surrender for ...
A Weekend to Remember
By Anna Harman
Getting Started Weekend at Cedarville University took place on August 19 through the 21st. With over 1,100 incoming freshmen this year, it was a weekend to remember.
During Getting Started Weekend, students drive on campus with their loved ones and are welcomed by a ton of excited returning students cheering and clapping pool noodles. Students are handed their keys and when they get to their dorm, more students are waiting to help unpack the car. By the time you get ...
Dean’s Unique Path as Basketball Player and Rapper Leads Him to Cedarville
By Josh Decker
For Tytist Dean, the journey to Cedarville has been full of surprising turns. An MBA student and a member of the Cedarville men’s basketball team, Dean transferred this year after playing three years for NCAA Division I Liberty University.
But basketball is only part of the story for Dean. Off the court, the St. Paul, Minnesota, native also produces Christian rap music.
“I’ve been involved with music my whole life,” Dean said. “But when I was 17, I started ...
Cedarville Welcomes Dr. Nathan Harris, a Man with a Vision to Teach and Steward
By Kathryn McDonald
This semester Cedarville welcomed Dr. Nathan Harris to two jobs. He is an assistant professor in the School of Biblical and Theological Studies and the senior director of Annual Giving in Advancement. It’s a unique role that allows him to divide his time between teaching and overseeing the stewardship of annual donations to Cedarville’s funds.
“My expectations of joy have been exceeded,” Harris said of his first three months.
For the last five-and-a-half ...