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Video: Cedarville’s Indian Mound park a place to hike, see history and study rocks

Editor's note: This multimedia package was produced by students in the Multiplatform Journalism 2 class during the spring semester. Story and video by Bella Agnello, Balen Allain, Andrew Spencer, Carolina Zimbron, Hannah Newman and Emily Tuttle Once upon a time, Native Americans roamed the forests of Cedarville, Ohio. Now, there are only pieces of their presence at the Indian Mound Reserve: a park dedicated to a Native American mound from centuries in the past.

ALT 3 Launches the New Semester at Cedarville University 

Despite the cold, students gathered to enjoy a night of yard games, silent disco, and a dodgeball tournament at ALT 3. Food trucks offered warm refreshments, and the night ended with the showing of Remember the Titans. ALT nights are hosted and organized by the Campus Activities Board (CAB) at Cedarville University. They are a core part of the Cedarville experience and allow students to create memories with one another. Filmed and edited by Julia Mumford. 

Turning Dorm Hallways into Different Worlds and Places: Deck the Halls at Cedarville University

Take a step inside the hallway and be transported to the worlds of Narnia, the Lorax, or the mind of a man. The Deck the Halls event at Cedarville University is a much anticipated night for students. Each resident dorm hall is responsible for creating a walk-through story to lead students through. Creativity has no bounds, and the organizers put together a great show. You will hear laughter, jokes, and screams and you can dance along with the actors as you walk through the differen...

Serving Others: The Cedarville fire department in action

Who are these men and women? Take a look behind the scenes and get to know them, what they do, and their mindset. Putting out fires, They are there in your worst moments, they help the community. To find out more information visit or call (937) 766-5851 When you ask a kid what they want to be when they grow up, many will say a firefighter. The flaring sirens, the bright flashing lights, and a truck speeding past on the road. A child looks at firefighters with fascination and ...

Looking Back at Warmer Days 

As the lake starts to freeze over and the trees lose their leaves, we remember the start of the semester and the warmer days. Back when the birds hadn't flown south yet and the lake was still warm enough to have the engineers build canoe boats and paddle across it. We might be going home to our real families for Christmas, but Homecoming at Cedarville comes pretty close to it.  Filmed and edited by Alben Augustine 

Concert in the Cornfields 

Cornfields are a staple in Cedarville. The surrounding landscape is bursting with corn during the harvesting season. What better way to call a concert at Cedarville University than a concert in the cornfields? Performed by our very own students, their upbeat music and songs to sing along to bring campus to life.  Filmed and edited by Alben Augustine 

The Joy of Christmas Traditions 

As Cedarville gets ready for Christmas, students are looking towards the end of the semester and the anticipation of Christmas. Each year, it is customary that Cedarville lights a gigantic Christmas tree to celebrate the birth of Jesus and the light he brought into this world. It is a sweet time for students to gather together, sing carols, and drink hot chocolate.  Follow along as Carolina Zimbron goes around and asks students about their favorite Christmas traditions.  Filmed ...

Pumpkins with a Purpose

Cedarville University's Student Government Association held a fall event this past Wednesday. Grace Muresan hosted the event and organized this opportunity for students to encourage one another by writing them a small note attached to a pumpkin. She mentions starting with over 1,000 pumpkins and was grateful to see how many students came out to encourage one another.  Videography and editing by Parren Carnahan

Film Students Create an Award-Winning Short Film in 48 Hours 

Imagine creating, filming, and editing an entire short film in 48 hours. Well, a group of Cedarville Film Students came together to attempt this challenge. To do this, they signed up for the 48-hour film project, which is an international film festival. It allows filmmakers to test their skills in creativity to make a film in a single weekend.  Follow along to see how these students made it happen.  Filmed and edited by Julia Mumford 

Crowned Chains Sets New Precedent for Student-Led Jewelry Businesses 

Take an exclusive look at Crowned Chains, the start-up business created by Cedarville Students.  Known for their unique take on chain necklaces with an innovative magnetic clasp, the jewelry has become a popular trend among the students. All profits go to Target Dayton. Go check out their website to purchase your steel chain.  Edited and Filmed by Alben Augustine