Cedars earns three SPJ regional awards; missions report eligible for national award
Several Cedars staff members combined to earn a Mark of Excellence award in the Society of Professional Journalists annual regional competition, announced recently at the Region 4 conference at Point Park University in Pittsburgh.
The winning entry was in the in-depth reporting category for the newspaper's special edition of stories in April, 2017, about the efforts that go into missions at Cedarville. As a category winner, the missions package will be eligible for a national award in which ...
Cato Receives Providential Surgery
by Zach Krauss
Jim Cato experienced a providential brain surgery during Cedarville’s recent mission trip to Houston.
Cato, associate vice president of Christian Ministries at Cedarville University, went with students to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
But Cato’s Fall Break plans changed on the Wednesday of the trip. He reported headaches and migraines and went to an urgent care center. He was informed that he was dehydrated. They gave him fluids and sent him on his way. As ...
Third Wave Water Still Riding the ‘Shark Tank’ Wave
by Alexandria Hentschel
For Taylor Minor and Charles Nick, ABC’s reality television series “Shark Tank,” where aspiring entrepreneurs pitch their businesses to investors, was just the push their fledgling company, Third Wave Water, needed.
The water additive brand is based in Cedarville next door to Telemetry Coffee Roasters, Minor’s coffee shop. Third Wave Water sells mineral capsules of calcium, magnesium, and sodium that add flavor to distilled water. Their invention solves for ...
Cedarville Inches by Northwood
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets won their third game in four days on Monday night, defeating the Northwood Timberwolves 61-57 in a nonconference affair. Head coach Pat Estepp said the slugfest wasn’t pretty, but that the team did a great job of battling through the game.
“We beat a really good team when we weren’t shooting well,” Estepp said. “I couldn’t be more proud of our defense. We held their best player to 0-3 from the field.”
Patrick Bain reached his ...
Cedarville Stomps Miami-Hamilton in Home Opener
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets disposed of the Miami-Hamilton Harriers on Friday night, 100-69, in the second game of the Don Callan Classic. The home opener win was Cedarville’s first of the season, and they now sit at 1-2.
Junior guard Kwenton Scott paced Cedarville, scoring 22 points on 8-11 shooting. Scott also made all six of his free throw tries. Freshman forward Conner TenHove contributed 10 points and pulled down 11 rebounds. Junior forward Gabe Portillo and sophomore ...
Light the Lake 2017
A worshipful conclusion to Homecoming Weekend 2017.
Photos by Naomi Harward
New Student Talent Show
Every year, freshmen students are given the opportunity to show off their skills and talents at the New Student Variety Show.
photos by sophomore Luke Henig
Community Unites in Wake of Harvey’s Destruction
By Naomi Harward
The damage caused by Hurricane Harvey this past week has set new records, according to several news sources. But amidst the vast devastation, the people of Houston are coming together in a community effort to rebuild their city. Danger continues to loom over Houston, even as floodwater levels begin to recede, the Associated Press reported Wednesday, August 30.
By Thursday morning, there had been fires and two explosions at the local Arkema, Inc. chemical plant, resulting in ...
CU Involvement Fair and Kickoff Party 2017
Every fall, CU hosts a 2-hour fair and semester "kickoff party", during which campus orgs and local ministries can set up booths to show students what opportunities are available to them during their time at Cedarville. While the event is aimed primarily at the year's incoming freshmen, all students are highly encouraged to attend and take part in the festivities.
Photos by Naomi Harward