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Class Councils Host A Friday Night for Fall

Friday evening will cool down into the mid 50s, perfect for a thick sweater or fleece jacket to spend the night out and about. The class council is making the most of it and sponsoring the first annual FestiFall on Friday, Oct. 24 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. outside the lower SSC. Throughout the evening there will be food, games, hot apple cider and a costume contest open to the campus. The costume contest winners will be announced at 6 p.m. Also at 6 p.m., there will be a pie-eating contest to ...

ROTC Cadets Trained Over Summer

During the summer, several Army ROTC cadets from Cedarville University participated in training opportunities as well as cultural immersion and teaching. Cadets received slots to attend Airborne School, Air Assault School, a Culture Understanding and Language Proficiency Program (CULP), Cadet Troop Leader Training (CTLT), a Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) and a Leader’s Training Course (LTC). One cadet also cross-trained with cadets from West Point. Cedarville ...

Foreign Film Series Exposes Students to Other Cultures

Cedarville will present “The Hidden Blade,” a Japanese film, at 7 p.m. on Oct. 23 in BTS 104 as part of its Foreign Film Series. The film is open to the entire campus, but a $2 donation for admission is requested. The Foreign Film Series (FFS), created by associate professor of English Daniel Clark and professor of Spanish Andrew Wiseman, has been a part of Cedarville since the spring of 2005. “We were looking for ways to open windows to other cultures,” Clark said. The ...

A Resounding 25 Years for Student Radio

In a time before Spotify, Pandora or even the Internet at Cedarville, there was student radio. And before the extinction of record turntables, Cedarville had student radio. Resound Radio, as it’s now known, has been a part of the Cedarville experience since 1990. It’s been broadcast on the AM and FM dials, through the campus intranet and at resoundradio.com. James Leightenheimer, associate professor of communications and faculty advisor to Resound, said student radio started when he ...

Hair Care in the ’Ville

Hair Limits gives the town of Cedarville affordable haircare in a place where the people take an interest in the needs, concerns and joys of others. Located on Main Street in Cedarville, Hair Limits offers a variety of services including haircuts, eyebrow waxes and prom and wedding hairdos. Men, women and children get their hair done at this salon. It is a family-friendly business with a small area containing toys and games for children. To expand its offered services, Hair Limits ...

Stepping Up Their Game: JV to Varsity

The chasm between JV and varsity sports is much greater at the collegiate level than in high school. It takes more than determination, sacrifice, time and athleticism, although it still requires all of these elements, to move from junior varsity to varsity in college. It takes something more. Ethan Lee, a senior finance major and forward on the soccer team, is another athlete who made his way from JV to varsity. During his freshman year at Delaware’s Seaford High, Lee worked his way ...

Outreach Initiative Growing at Cedarville

The Global Outreach division of Cedarville’s Christian Ministries provides students with opportunities to put their knowledge into action, giving their faith feet. “Here at Cedarville we get a lot of the ‘know what it is’ and ‘how does it play out in our lives’ understanding of the gospel,” said Keith Holcomb, assistant director for Global Outreach. “Living it out and sharing it is what Global Outreach is about.” One of the specific ministries of Global Outreach is CU ...

In Case of a Zombie Apocalypse

Cedarville is prepared for the threat of an infectious disease on campus, but would happen if campus was affected by… a zombie apocalypse?! Zombies are featured in several popular movies, shows and books, including “The Walking Dead,” “World War Z” and the “Maze Runner” series. Often, the ravenous undead are created by a global virus that decimates the world’s population. While (very, very highly) unlikely, the question remains: What should Cedarville students do if a zombie ...

CU Prepared for Infectious Diseases

As Ebola is spreading across the globe, some might wonder what would happen to Cedarville students if dealing with an infectious disease on campus. “We really are going to have to be more aware of our health and just staying healthy because we have a very global society and whatever is happening somewhere else, eventually is going to come here,” said Deb McDonald, director of University Medical Services (UMS). To protect students, staff, faculty and the community, Cedarville has ...

Yellow Jackets Stumble Against Slippery Rock

The Cedarville men's soccer team fell to a talented Slippery Rock Saturday night, 5-2. Turnovers in the mid-field and fouls hurt the Jackets throughout the game. Cedarville had 16 fouls and two yellow cards contrasted with seven fouls and one yellow card against Slippery Rock. The game started out well for the Jackets. Junior Connor Gilmour scored on a header in the seventh minute and Cedarville looked to be in control. But the momentum quickly swayed to Slippery Rock. They scored three ...