Cedarville to Host Election 2016 Forum
The 2016 election season is one of the most controversial and confusing in recent memory. Many students, especially those who may be voting for the first time, have many questions. For these students, Cedarville University’s Center for Political Studies, in conjunction with WHIO-TV, will be hosting a political forum on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. The 90-minute event is open to the public and will be held in Cedarville’s Dixon Ministry Center. The event will include a panel of experts ...
Suspect arrested for NY and NJ Bombings
Ahmad Khan Rahami was taken into custody on Sept. 19th after exchanging gunfire with police and was charged on Sept. 20 for the bombings in New York and New Jersey that occurred on Sept. 17. He has been charged with five counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer, as well as two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm.
According to the Washington Post, Rahami is the main suspect in the bombings in Seaside Park, N.J., Elizabeth, N.J. and Manhattan. The bomb in Manhattan ...
Cedarville Partners with Answers in Genesis for Creation Conference
Cedarville University is partnering with Answers in Genesis (AIG) on Sept. 15-16, 2016 to present a conference highlighting the importance of a biblical worldview concerning creation.
CU President Thomas White said both groups hope the Creation Conference will show their shared commitment to the authority of scripture, particularly in regards to man and the origin of the universe.
“I suspect this issue will be one of the major worldview challenges Cedarville graduates will face,” ...
Former Cedars Editor-in-Chief Wins SPJ Award
Anna Dembowski won second place in the Best College Feature Writing category at the Ohio’s Best Journalism Contest, sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. Her winning article Safe Spaces and Speech: A Wordless Battle was published in the December 2015 issue of Cedars.
Dembowski, former Cedars editor-in-chief and 2016 Cedarville journalism graduate, is now a reporter at the Community Impact Newspaper in Texas.
Ohio's Best Journalism Contest chooses winners based on the ...
Hope for the Hopeless
Cedarville University’s Student Government Association (SGA) brings service and philanthropy to Cedarville’s backyard with an initiative called “The 937 Project.” SGA chooses a philanthropy project for the student body to support each academic year. This year’s project is in reponse to a student survey cast by SGA this summer.
The project is a partnership with two local organizations to provide not only financial support but also to give students the opportunity to serve alongside ...
Movie Review: ‘Mockingjay Part 2’
The final film based on the "The Hunger Games" series by Suzanne Collins centers around the epic conclusion of Katniss Everdeen’s personal vendetta to assassinate President Snow in the heart of the Capital. "Mockingjay Part 2," released in theatres Nov. 20, is filled with dynamic events and fast-paced action. It's a thriller that keeps the viewer enthralled right up until the credits roll.
The cast’s performances may be better than their performances in the previous three films of ...
Just Sayin’: Be Thankful
It’s November. Leaves are piling up on the grass. The wind has chased away every last bit of warmth that October was stubbornly holding on to. The rain clouds change the sky from blue to gray, casting a wet shadow over the whole week.
Assignments are piling up. Finals lie on the distant horizon. Pumpkin spice is making its annual comeback, only to go into extended hibernation in a few weeks.
The only thing getting you through the month is the return of Christmas. You’ve started ...
Weekly Comic: “Vault of Neuroses” (Part 5)
Under the Brim presents..."Vault of Neuroses" (Part 5)
"Vault of Neuroses" Parts 1-4
Brian McCray is a junior studio art major and an arts & entertainment writer for Cedars. He enjoys drawing, writing, watching movies and composing short bios of himself.
Raising the Roof at the Indian Mounds
The Greene County Parks & Trails have been working to restore a cabin on Route 42 near the Indian Mounds Reserve in Cedarville since fundraising for the project began four years ago. The restored cabin, which is estimated to be about 200 years old, will be used for educational purposes.
Gretchen Rives, the public relations manager of Green County Parks & Trials, said the type of educational programs that will be held at the cabin will be similar to programs done previously.