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‘Liberate Hong Kong: Revolution of our Time’

How the protests started, where they’re going, and what they’re all about Some wear masks to protect their identities; some gather behind umbrellas, a Hong Kong symbol of protest; others don gas masks to defend themselves against tear gas used by police. They, along with reportedly millions of others in Hong Kong, have been protesting the increasing interference of the Chinese government in the island’s affairs for the past four months.  The protests began in June, after a piece of ...

Yellow Jackets Finish Preseason With Loss to Dayton

By Tim Miller Senior guard Demond Parker implored his team to stay positive after a 93-60 loss to Dayton on Saturday. He told his team in the locker room that they won't face a better team than they faced over the past week, dropping exhibition games to Valparaiso, Ohio State, and now Dayton. "Our bodies are hurting," Parker said. "After banging against Big 10 and Atlantic 10 teams, we know it was great preparation, but we won't face another team like that for the rest of the year." ...

Live Blog: Following Cedarville Basketball Against Ohio State

by Tim Miller The Cedarville men's basketball team is getting a holistic Columbus experience today ahead of their exhibition with Ohio State. Follow along throughout the day to see what the team is up to. 10:15am The Yellow Jackets board their team bus and head to Columbus. Traveling along with the 15 players and five coaches are two athletic trainers, two student assistants, and two members of the university's marketing team. 11:15am The team bus arrives at the Jerome Schottenst...

100 Students Attend Worship Camp

The CU summer camp prepares high-schoolers to be musicians by Kristen Farley Cedarville’s two-week Worship Camp hosted over 100 high school students this summer, making it one of the largest academic camps the university offers. In 2009, Dr. Roger O’Neel, assistant chair of Worship and associate professor of Worship, and Jim Cato, associate vice president of Christian Ministries, founded the camps with the desire to see high school students equipped to serve their local churches with ...

CU Professor Writes Children’s Book to Strengthen Their Faith

by Bryson Durst “God made the world just right so we could know His power and made our hearts just right so we could know His goodness.” That is the message that Dr. Dan DeWitt hopes to teach children in his new book, "Why God? Big Answers About God and Why We Believe in Him." DeWitt, director of Cedarville’s Center for Biblical Apologetics and Public Christianity and associate professor of Applied Theology and Apologetics, wrote this book to help children better understand the ...

Promising Puppies: What it Takes to Train a Service Dog

by Brianna Saucier You’ve seen them around campus: the adorable furry animals wearing bright red vests that steal the hearts of everyone they meet. K9s at the Ville has hosted numerous events over the years, including Pause for Paws, which takes place during finals to de-stress college students with puppy love, and Pupperoni Night (now Pawsta Night), which combined dinner with furry companions. The org will also make an appearance at the October ALT night. K9s at the Ville is a ...

Just Sayin’ — Misadventures of Off-Campus Living

By Alex Hentschel This year, my senior year, I decided to live off campus. Our campus is expanding rapidly and there’s barely enough room, especially for girls — so me and some pals decided to pay the relatively low rent and move to a small blue house somewhere in Cedarville (privacy reasons dictate that I won’t give you my address — email me privately if you want to bring me goodies). We were so excited, but it’s been a definite adventure that made me realize we take several ...

NASA-Themed Talent Show Prepares the Stage For the Stars of the Class of 2023

by Zach Krauss The winning acts at this year’s New Student Talent Show involved “Mary Had a Little Lamb” and a Rubix cube.  Students gathered in Stingers Saturday at 7 and 9 p.m. to watch freshmen and incoming transfer students compete in 10 acts for the most talented student at the NASA-themed performances.  Balloons and colorful lights framed the five duo and five solo acts, all of which were musical except for the Rubix cube show.  After each showing, audiences voted ...

Group of Friends Seek to Squash Each Other

by Keegan D’Alfonso Among the sounds of other gym activities, there is a repetitive “boing” as two racquetball players face off against each other. The tournament has just begun, and the members of Super Squash Bros are playing elimination doubles to determine the victor. The prize, a golden racket. Super Squash Bros, despite the name, which is a play on the popular video game “Super Smash Bros” is an unofficial group of racquetball players who hold tournaments every year. The ...