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Lady Jackets Narrowly Escape Arrows To Keep Streak Alive

by Abigail Hintz Though not the dominating performance Jackets fans have grown accustom to, the Lady Jackets were able to grind out their 14th straight victory over Ursuline College (6-7) 90-86. This was the two teams' second meeting, the last one ending in Cedarville's favor 85-75 back in early December. Cedarville is now 14-1 and remains on top of the G-MAC standings. They are looking to be in good shape to take the conference regular season title and potentially host the final four of ...

Lady Jackets Defeat Ohio Valley For Hoffman’s 100th Career Win

by Evan Kakuk The Lady Jackets continue their streak of dominance to improve to 13-1 versus a winless Ohio Valley University with a final score of 77-49. This also gave head coach Kari Hoffman her 100th career win. This game proved to be very low scoring, as both teams appeared sluggish offensively. While they may have scored below their average this game, Cedarville still remained in control of the game flow, holding their opponents under 50 points. Sophomore Isabelle Bolender led the ...

Lady Jackets Make It 12 Straight with Big Win Over Storm

by Abigail Hintz The Cedarville Lady Jackets got rid of any question of their dominance as they took down the Lake Erie Storm 112-58 for their first triple digit performance of the season. Lake Erie nearly upset the red hot Jackets just Saturday as Cedarville came away with a narrow 58-55 victory over the winless Storm. The Jackets remain way on top of the G-MAC standings thanks to their 12 game winning streak. Monday's contest was a night and day difference compared to Saturday in terms of ...

An Unusual Ruling on Abortion in Poland

by Michael Cleverley Many Polish people took to the streets recently to protest a court ruling that has illegalized abortion in most scenarios. The judges ruled that the termination of a permanently harmed unborn baby is unconstitutional. This ruling makes 98% of Poland’s abortions illegal and only leaves two situations where women can have abortions. This situation of people protesting against rulings restricting abortions is the opposite of what happens in America. The loosening of ...

Colonial Pizza’s Has Been Placed On the Real Estate Menu

by Samuel J. Claude Following 39 successful years, Sandy Acton, owner of Colonial Pizza, announced she is selling Cedarville’s beloved pizza joint.  “It takes a younger person than me,” Acton said, “It takes a lot of hours and a lot of time. I can’t stand up as long as I used to.”  Colonial Pizza has housed customers young and old, from Cedarville University and the village. So naturally, the idea of a change in regard to their favorite and only pizza place in town provoked ...

Which Sitcom Reigns Supreme?

For many college students, sitcoms are a form of social currency. These shows form the basis of in-jokes, provide experiences for friends to bond over and establish many of the quintessential catchphrases of pop culture. Out of the hundreds of shows that populate this oversaturated market, a special few stand apart as the defining sitcoms of the 21st century. After surveying the Cedarville student body, here are the top five sitcoms of the 2000s. The Office by Hunter Johnson “The ...

“Dick Johnson Is Dead” Review: Film about Dementia and Death is One of the Year’s Most Uplifting

by Hunter Johnson The premise of Netflix’s new film may initially make audiences wary of pressing the play button. In “Dick Johnson Is Dead,” award-winning documentarian Kirsten Johnson both tells and foretells the story of her father's death. Kirsten’s father, the aforementioned Dick Johnson, is a retired clinical psychiatrist who has been diagnosed with dementia. With his health deteriorating, it becomes clear to his family that he only has a few years left to live. Kirsten takes ...

We’re All Looking for Something: Characters, Show Trying to Find Their Way

by Breanna Beers [Editor’s Note: The following contains minor spoilers for “The Right Stuff” Season 1, Episode 3] The cracks in everybody’s armor are starting to show. Episode three of “The Right Stuff” develops characters in compelling ways, but suffers from uninspired writing and choppy editing.  John Glenn’s (Patrick J. Adams) articulate geniality has always set him apart from the rest of the team, but, seemingly for the first time, it’s not in a good way. First, he ...

Playlists, Porches and Trees

Bergthold finds hope amid tornado wreckage by Abigail Hintz “For we are fallen like the trees, our peace Broken, and so we must Love where we cannot trust, Trust where we cannot know, And must await the wayward-coming grace." “A Gracious Sabbath Stood Here,” by Wendell Berry Trees are overlooked. They’re taken for granted. They’re mourned when they fall but not thanked while they stand. On Easter Sunday, Laini Bergthold learned the importance of trees. Early in the ...

Reasonably Good Stuff: Disney+ Original Space Drama Launches Unremarkably

by Breanna Beers National Geographic’s eight-episode Disney+ original series “The Right Stuff” launched exactly as a rocket should: successfully, but uneventfully. The first episode outlines the selection of the ‘Mercury Seven,’ with a focus on three: John Glenn (Patrick J. Adams), Alan Shepard (Jake McDorman), and Gordon Cooper (Colin O'Donoghue). The early part of the episode focuses on the first two, foreshadowing a rivalry that we can expect to develop over the next seven ...