Photo Gallery: Cedarville Draws Findlay at Home in Conference Opener
The Cedarville men’s soccer team played the Findlay Oilers, and dueled them to a scoreless draw in their conference opener, moving their record to 3-1-1 on the year.
Despite facing fifteen shots, goalkeeper Jabari Gray earned his fourth clean sheet of the year, and has so far effectively filled the shoes of former standout goalkeeper Jared Zacharias.
Findlay had heavy control of possession, but the Yellow Jacket defense fended them off for 90 minutes to escape with a draw.
Photo Gallery: Lady Jackets Win Conference Opener
The Cedarville women’s soccer team won their conference opener 2-0 against Findlay on Wednesday night.
Maddie McConnell took the lead for the Lady Jackets off an assist from Megan McClish, and just moments into the 2nd half senior Maya Ryder earned an insurance goal.
Brooke Ackley held firm in the goal and recorded her third clean sheet of the young season.
Cedarville has spent time in the national rankings this season, and will seek to work their way back into the rankings ...
Summer Film Recap: Ben Konuch’s summer of espionage, action and missed opportunities
By Ben Konuch
Summer blockbuster season is always too overwhelming to try to fit every major release into your schedule. Whether it be all the new streaming series, or the brand new franchises being started in cinemas or even iconic names returning on the big screen like “Indiana Jones,” this summer blockbuster season has been no exception. But when you can’t watch every new release, you have to pick the ones that look most intriguing. For me, those movies were “Mission Impossible: ...
Summer Film Recap: Esther Fultz’s summer of armageddon and glitter
By Esther Fultz
I’ve never been a big film person. Sure, I’ll watch the occasional film with my family, and I’ve seen “The Sound of Music” and “The Lord of the Rings” more times than I can count. But seeing films in the theater isn’t a common occurrence for me, and before this summer, I never would’ve seen myself watching two films back to back. “Barbenheimer” changed that.
“Oppenheimer” presents a complex portrait of humanity.
Contrary to popular recommend...
Getting Back to the Grind
The first weeks in a new semester at college can oftentimes be taxing. New classes, schedules, and different professors can all add to the challenge. It forces students to switch their mindset to become diligent in their work and studies.
But, coming back to college can also present us with opportunities to make new friendships, form relationships, and learn something new.
So let's follow along as Carolina asks several students what this semester has taught them so far. ...
CU at the Patio launches as a new way for students to take a study break
By Maggie Fipps
One of the seminal moments for freshmen Cedarville students is the class picture. Crowded together, usually separated from your friends and standing next to that random kid from your Sting group, you squint into the sunlight as Dr. White directs you to smile at the camera.
As enrollment swelled, Cedarville extended not only the backdrop of the iconic class picture but also the backdrop for building community as they extended the lakeside patio onto Cedar Lake, ...
Un Mundo Café: A Hidden Springfield Coffee Spot
By Anna Harman
Un Mundo is Spanish for one world. The name expresses the owners’ commitment to connection and community on a global and local scale.
The owners of Un Mundo Café support fair and direct trade with coffee farmers around the world through their partnership with Deeper Roots Coffee, and they champion the well-being of their city through the promotion of regional art, music, and businesses.
This coffee shop is in a quiet part of Springfield, very close to the ...
Brads’ Breakdown: Pac-12 Supremacy and Southeast Showdowns
By Alan Brads
I hate spiders.
People say they support healthy ecosystems and help eliminate pests, I say who cares? They’re gross, I hate them and I’m sticking to that. But when I recently saw a spider web in my apartment bathroom I chuckled because it, like most things, reminded me of football.
The beauty of the college football playoff system is that the 14-week schedule is now a tangled web. A week 1 game on a Sunday night tugs at the strands connecting 20 other teams’ ...
Is it to be feared or used? Professors and staff at Cedarville University address ChatGPT in the classroom
By Avonlea Brown
Lined paper and number 2 pencils.
Those days seemed to be behind students with the switch to online testing, but the increase in AI resources has threatened that luxury. With teacher apprehension towards AI high and students’ attempts to cheat increasing, the return of the little blue test book may be close.
In November 2022, ChatGPT entered the scene as an AI program that could replicate a person’s thoughts and voice in written form given a specific ...
Summer Film Recap: Janie Walenda’s summer of spiders and turtles and raccoons, oh my!
By Janie Walenda
Tradition is important to me. That’s why during finals week for two years in a row, I dragged a group of friends to go see a Marvel movie in theatres. So on May 5th, six college students sprinted into the movie theatre at 7:45 for a 7:30 showing of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.” At least one college student walked out sobbing (and I have cried every time I’ve rewatched it.)
While I am perfectly capable of enjoying movies by myself, with my ...