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McKinney RAs Continue to Foster a Strong Community for Their Residents, Regardless of a Lack of Hall Events

by Avonlea Brown McKinney Hall is located on Cedar Lake Drive next to the ever-busy Printy Hall. As a result, one would think that McKinney would make an effort to be a part of campus life. Yet it is known as an exceptionally quiet dorm. The population of McKinney Hall consists of busy students who have little to no time for busy dorm life. McKinney does not have any specialized events or traditions that make them stand out on campus. “I feel like McKinney doesn’t have any traditions ...

Deardorff Finds Joy as the New Resident Director at Cedarville University

by Tim Comstock The fall semester of 2021, Jason Deardorff became McChesney and St. Clair’s newest Resident Director at Cedarville University. Deardorff graduated from a small university called Word of Life Bible Institute in Spring Lake, New York. “I actually felt the Lord leading me there and spent two years there,” said Deardorff. After he graduated, he spent a few years working third-shift in a factory. “I knew the Lord had called me to ministry shortly after I’d become a ...

Lawlor Hall’s Unusual Events Bring Its Residents Together

by Jewell Strock LawlaPalooza is an event where the units in Lawlor play a bunch of random games in the parking lot, and then, to win, pull a truck down the middle of dorm row. While this event may seem silly, even pointless, LawlorPalooza kicks off the semester with a fun way to introduce Lawlor Hall to the new residents of Cedarville University. And it breaks the ice for the guys residing in Lawlor.  LawlorPalooza is one of the multiple events that showcase the strong community in Lawlor ...

Students Find Friendship With Gieske’s Ram Horn

by Anna Harman Jeremy Gieske is a junior Biblical Studies Accelerated student at Cedarville University. He chose Cedarville because he loves the community and how invested the faculty and students are in God.  In 2019, he continued to foster that sense of community that he loves so much. On Homecoming weekend during Gieske’s freshman year, he began a tradition that will remain for the following years he’ll spend here at Cedarville.  Gieske went to the Ohio Renaissance Fair with his ...