Photo gallery: Cedarville men’s basketball wins home opener
The Cedarville men’s basketball team bested Southwest Baptist 85-64 via a second half scoring frenzy in front of a packed crowd for the home opener.
The teams entered the locker room tied at halftime 33-33, but Cedarville won the second half 52-31.
Senior Jayvon Maughmer led the way for the Yellow Jackets scoring 22 points on 8/10 shooting, and snagging eight rebounds. Freshman Tymoteusz Pszczola came off the bench to score 18 points on 7/12 shooting. Pszczola finished second in ...
‘Priscilla’ tells the story of Priscila Presley’s life with heartstring pulling emotion
By Anna Harman
When I first heard of Sophia Coppola’s new film “Priscilla” about the life of priscilla Presley, I was super excited to see this film. I watched Baz Luhrmann’s biopic “Elvis'' last year and that sparked an interest in learning more about the Presley family. However, this film was nothing like what I expected. Priscilla Presley herself helped to produce this film, so I knew that the story would be well done and respectful, but I couldn’t have expected the sheer ...
Dino’s Cappuccinos is a Quirky Spot in Yellow Springs
By Anna Harman
Dino’s Cappuccinos is located in Yellow Springs, Ohio. It’s only about 12 minutes from campus, so it’s a pretty close option if you want to get coffee outside of Cedarville.
The first thing that I noticed about this coffee shop was the minimal, crowded street parking. My friends and I looked for a spot for a long time and had to squeeze in a small spot. It wasn’t the ideal parking situation.
When you walk in, it’s clear that it’s a very small shop. It seemed ...
Brads’ Breakdown: The Eye of the Storm
By Alan Brads
We are standing in the eye of the storm of the 2023 college football season. Behind us, seven (almost) consecutive action packed weeks of college football, broken up only by a sleepy week 9. Ahead of us, The Game, conference championship games, and the college football playoff. And here in week 12 … not too much. But the tide always recedes before a tsunami.
The SEC takes their annual November vacation to the FCS, sponsored by Downy Ultra Soft detergent no doubt. Hopefu...
Lady Jackets fall to Wayne State in home opener
By Alan Brads
The Cedarville Lady Jackets basketball team fell to Wayne State 78-68 in their home opener.
Cedarville’s high intensity kept them leading throughout the majority of the first half, but they ran out of steam in the second half, and made too many mistakes to hang with Wayne State until the end.
“We’re a defensive team, and we didn’t play very well defensively as a group,” First year Head Coach Addy Miller said. “At times, we did the first effort really well. We ...
Wind Symphony concert has something old and something new
By Rachel Ward
Picture this: dramatic notes of music fill an auditorium, flowing from over a dozen instruments. As the music builds to a crescendo, the room suddenly flashes with blinding white light. Overcome with emotion, you raise your hand to shield your eyes, and your heart beats rapidly.
On November 2, the 79-person wind symphony ensemble performed a selection by Steven Bryant: “Ecstatic Waters,” “Solace” and “The Automatic Earth”.
Unlike prior wind ...
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
History impacts the ongoing Israel-Hamas war in Gaza
By Esther Fultz
The Israel-Hamas war is everywhere - in the news, on social media, in conversations with coworkers and friends. The devastating impact included more than 1,400 Israelis being killed in the initial attack at the beginning of October, and more than 10,000 Palestinians being killed in Israel’s counterattacks. As Americans watching from the safety of our homes, it is easy to point fingers and assume the blame lies completely on one side. In reality, the complex conflict has a ...