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One Wheel Enough for Cedarville Unicycle Gang

Story by Abigail Hintz; Video by Ben Deeter Unicyclists and bicyclists don’t get along. That’s something I learned from the Unicycle Gang at Cedarville University. But unicyclists are cooler. Just ask Jake Fuhrer and the rest of the gang.  When Fuhrer first met Matthew Peel, the leader and founder of the Unicycle Gang, Peel was riding a bicycle. Fuhrer mistook him for one of the many bicyclists who want to be “cool like we are.” “When you say, ‘Like we are’ ...

Village Stories: Bringing the Opera House back to life

Audio story by Sarah Bean Photos by Lydia Wolterman The Cedarville Opera house has a long and storied history. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic its stage is empty for now. And while it waits, the building is getting a new roof.

Ministry Moments: Science and Religion

Host Ben Hiett talks with Cedarville's Dr. Marc Clauson about how Christians approach science and about how they should approach science.

Ministry Moments: Film and Storytelling

How can we appreciate film’s power to communicate truth while being wary of its potential to corrupt our vision of the “good life”? How do we discern between its biblical and unbiblical messages? To answer these and other questions, listen as host Ben Hiett talks with Professor Sean O’Connor, who teaches film and video courses at Cedarville University.

Ministry Moments: Race Relations

Does color-blindness lead to true reconciliation or merely a superficial state of peace? How ought we, as Christians, approach people from vastly different ethnic and cultural backgrounds than us to most fully embody the love of Christ toward them? Join Ben Hiett and Dayton pastor John Pope for a discussion of this topic.

Ministry Moments: Christianity and Politics

Campus news editor Breanna Beers talks with Dr. Mark Caleb Smith, a Cedarville University political science professor. They discuss the church's complex relationship with the political system, whether the church should be a politically diverse body and how we can extend political grace to our rivals.

Gallery: Campus Christmas in the SSC

Photos by Sarah Colgan Campus Christmas is one of Cedarville’s most beloved events and was held just this past weekend. The event included showings of Home Alone in DeVries theatre, but if that wasn’t your thing, there were several other activities for you to participate in like, mini-golf, decorating cookies, and making ornaments. If you stopped by Chuck’s there was live music, karaoke, breakfast at midnight, and of course, train rides.

Gallery: Christmas Tree Lighting

Photos by Katrina Wiebe On Tuesday, December 3rd, Cedarville University held its first-ever tree lighting to kick-off the start of Campus Christmas activities. The tree was over thirty feet tall and the event included singing by the Inversions and a reading of the Christmas story.

Gallery: Campus Christmas 2019

Photos by Carrie Bergan Christmas has arrived! The entire Campus Experience team stayed up late into the night decorating the Stevens Student Center for the holidays. This is not a small task and required the team to rely on caffeine to keep the momentum going. Check out these behind the scenes shots of the setup and the final view of what Cedarville students get to enjoy from now until the end of the semester. Be sure to thank Campus Experience and Brian Burns when you see them for their hard ...

Ministry Moments: Sadness and Depression

Campus news editor Breanna Beers discusses an issue facing many college students - sadness and depression - with Cedarville psychology professor Dr. Kristen DeWitt.