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Jaklyn Cato Glorifies God through Her Passion for Flowers

By Anna Harman Jaklyn Cato is the owner of The Village Petaler, an in-home floral shop right here in Cedarville. She is a wife and a mother of three boys, running her own business with the creative help of family and friends. They moved back to the area a little over a year and a half ago.  The Village Petaler began with her wedding in September 2011. She really began to work with flowers at her sisters’ weddings. She continued receiving more opportunities to work and the more she ...

SGA Gives a Voice to the Student Body

By Jewell Strock The Student Government Association at Cedarville University serves to provide a voice for the student body, encourages involvement on campus, develops campus morale and enhances the quality of student life. Senior Sage Showers (left) and Junior Zach Forehand (right) are the rising SGA president and vice president for the 2022-2023 school year The head of SGA is the president and vice president. These roles are important because they impact the student body. SGA held a ...

The Impacts of The Russia-Ukraine War on The Global Economy

By Esther Fultz Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the world economy is in a shaky place at best.  Supply chain disruptions, high rates of unemployment and increasing inflation are impacting the lives of millions, both throughout the United States and across the world.  Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine and the ongoing conflict that resulted is only expected to exacerbate these challenges.  Many of these disturbances are already being witnessed, with the obvious example of skyrocke...

‘Uncharted’ Brings a Beloved Video Game to the Big Screen

By Ben Konuch "Greatness From Small Beginnings. That's You And Me." The Uncharted video game franchise started back in 2007 with the release of Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, a fun, Tomb Raider-esque adventure game that sold well despite not achieving any great awards. That would change with 2009’s Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, which became one of the best games of its era and won countless awards. It spawned two more sequels, a spinoff game, and worldwide love for its iconic lead characters ...

A Day in the Cedarville’s Close Quarters Tactical Student Org

One of our writers Daine Halsey shows you what it’s like to spend a day with the CCQT (Cedarville Close Quarters Tactical) Org on Campus. Check it out and see if this is something you would want to get involved in. (Video production by Logan Davis)

On Productivity

By Heidie Raine We are nearing the end of the semester. Assignments are many. Reprieve is sparse. Writing about productivity feels appropriate. These are the months where papers and reports begin to clog our Canvas calendars and pile up in the filing cabinets of our minds, making us choose between exfoliating and editing as the hours dissolve and the rubrics flood in. Life becomes a large Google Doc, punctuated by professors’ comments to “stay strong!” These are the months where I ...

‘The Batman’ Shows Off the World’s Greatest Detective

By Samuel Acosta [Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for “The Batman.”] As someone who grew up watching “The Dark Knight”  trilogy and experienced the chaotic fiasco that was the Snyder-verse, I had low expectations when I first heard about a new Batman movie. To my pleasant surprise, I was also absolutely enamored with the dark and gritty Gotham that director Matt Reeves has given to us. While it doesn’t quite overshadow the Nolan trilogy, “The Batman”  places ...

St. Clair is Where the Guys Go to Chill

by Anna Harman St. Clair is on the north end of Cedarville University’s campus next to Brock Hall. It is located near the volleyball and tennis courts and the Callan gym. Around 120 male students live in St. Clair every year. Each year, St. Clair and McChesney participate in a dodgeball tournament. It is held between the 10 halls of St. Clair and McChesney. Although they haven’t hosted a tournament since the outbreak of COVID-19, several of the residents want to bring it back. They ...

Men’s Basketball Season Recap: Yellow Jackets Reach NCAA II Tournament

By Josh Decker The Cedarville Yellow Jackets capped off a historic 2021-2022 season with an impressive postseason run that ended only after Cedarville fell to rival Hillsdale in the first round of the NCAA Division II Tournament. Entering the year, the Jackets, who returned with a fully reloaded roster from last year, were picked fifth in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference in the Preseason Coaches’ Poll. It was a slow start, however, with losses to then-ranked No. 6 in the country ...