Old Testament Professor Publishes Book on Minor Prophets
by Zachary Krauss
In the summer of 2018, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies Michael Shepherd published his latest book, A Commentary on the Book of the Twelve. This book takes a look at the last 12 books of the Old Testament, the Minor Prophets, and presents them as one composition rather than 12 unconnected books.
Shepherd said that the first thought of writing a manuscript like this began about 15 years ago when he was at graduate school and he became interested in reading through ...
Movie Review: ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’
by Hunter Johnson
Mission: Impossible is one of the most fascinating modern film series for one specific reason: each of its first five films were directed by a different director. Each movie had its own unique tone and style to it, so each one always felt new and fresh. Really, the only common through line of every film being Tom Cruise’s presence.
That was true until this year, when Christopher McQuarrie, the director of “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” was asked to return to ...
Highlights: Alt IV
A look at the activities and highlights from ALT IV: The Greatest ALT.
Photos by Jessica St. Onge
Students Care More About Who They Live With Than Where
by Shelby McGuire
Dorm selections for the 2018-2019 school year are quickly approaching, and it’s time for students to start thinking about where they want to live--or rather, who they want to live with. The deciding factor for dorm selections for most students is the community.
For some, dorm selections are a no brainer--they’ve had the perfect room in their favorite dorm for the past few years, and they aren’t moving an inch. Others, however, are ready for a change and a new ...
TenHove Does Double Duty With Yellow Jackets
by Tim Miller
There are nearly eight million athletes competing in high school sports in the United States. Of that number, fewer than one percent get the opportunity to compete at the next level in the NCAA.
The odds are slight that a devoted teen gets the chance to play in the NCAA, but Conner TenHove cares not about these numbers.
TenHove, a 6-foot-7 freshman from Valparaiso, Indiana, is enjoying a productive season with the Cedarville University men’s basketball team. The forward ...
River Soul Revival: A Band Built by Brothers
Shawn and Brett Sumrall surprise audiences with a forgotten genre
by Ian Sarmiento
Music is a universal language. It’s something that everyone hears, something that everyone experiences and it’s different everywhere in the world. However, most of all, it’s something that changes over time. River Soul Revival is a folk, western and pop band, made up of two Cedarville students. They have brought back a genre lost in history to say one thing:
“Harmonicas bring people together.”
CU Students to Sing in Kettering
by Kristen Farley
‘Tis the season once more, and the upcoming Travis Cottrell Christmas concert on Dec. 9 and 10, featuring some of Cedarville’s finest, is a great way to get into the holiday spirit.
The First Baptist Church of Kettering will be hosting a Christmas Celebration concert, featuring Dove Award-winning artist Travis Cottrell and his equally notable band.
Cedarville’s Concert Chorale and Men’s Glee Club had previously collaborated with the church for the retirement ...
Cedarville Blows Out Shawnee State in Testy Affair
by Tim Miller
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets (5-2) blew out the Shawnee State Bears on Saturday night by a final count of 106-80. Cedarville shot 63 percent from the field and 69 percent from behind the 3-point line in the game.
Junior forward Joey Morlan broke out for a career-high 20 points on 6-8 shooting from behind the arc. Morlan said ending his slow start to the season tonight will give him confidence going forward.
“It was nice to see a couple go down tonight,” Morlan said. ...