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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

Solar Eclipse At CU

Students gather outside the ENS observatory on August 21 to see the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in 99 years. Telescopes with solar filters were set up on the lawn, and eclipse glasses were also provided. The event was also projected on a screen inside the observatory. Although the full eclipse itself did not occur until around 2:30 p.m., people began arriving on site as soon as 1 p.m. in hopes of securing a good viewing spot. Photos by sophomore student Lauren Jacobs

Cedarville Prepares for Annual Easter Festivities

The day before Easter Sunday is often a hectic day. There’s food preparation to be done, decorations to be set and everyone is excited for the day to come. In the village of Cedarville, there’s an added excitement to the day. On April 15, the day before Easter, Cedarville will host their annual Easter egg hunt. The event will start at noon and will take place at the Cedarville community park on East Street. The day will be packed with activities, including barrel rides, group ...

Seniors Lead Cedarville Over Ohio Valley

By Josh Burris The Cedarville Yellow Jackets defeated the Ohio Valley Fighting Scots Saturday night 99-71 on senior night. All three Cedarville seniors played great games. J.C. Faubion lead the team in scoring with 27 points and grabbed six rebounds. Justice Montgomery scored 14 points and added six assists. Easton Bazzoli scored 10 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, and dished out eight assists. Head coach Pat Estepp said the seniors have done a great job at impacting the culture of the team ...

Alumna Comes Home

Danielle Fredette returns to teach electrical engineering by Rebekah Erway Cedarville University graduate Danielle Fredette has returned to the college this semester as an assistant professor of electrical engineering. Fredette, formerly Scarpone, graduated from Cedarville in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. She went on to earn a master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from Ohio State University and is currently working on her doctoral degree in ...