New Student Talent Show and Freshman Class Council Members Revealed
By Kristen Farley
On Saturday night, the New Student Talent Show revealed some dazzling talents from the freshmen class of 2018, as well as the results of the election for the freshman class council.
It was a light-hearted evening, as hosts Jake Johnson and Zach Reeder kept the audience in Stinger’s laughing with an abundance of humor. They pulled no punches as they brought out Scottish accents, pick-up-lines, and “Ring by Spring” references.
As if a free glow stick at the door was ...
Cedarville Gains New Industrial Design Org
by Zach Krauss
Starting this semester, students can join a new student org on Cedarville’s campus for industrial design majors.
Rebecca Murch, sophomore industrial design major and secretary of the Org, said that during her first semester she really didn’t know many in her major. She said the purpose of the org is to get to know the other industrial design students so they will be more prepared for the second half of the program.
“We want to do something to just help everyone get ...
New SGA Team Strives for Togetherness
By Rebekah Erway
The newly elected leaders of SGA for the 2018-19 school year – President Ryan Smith, junior allied health major; Vice President Clara Costello, junior strategic communication major; Chaplain Campbell Bortel, junior geology major – all hope to implement an SGA that emphasizes togetherness.
Both Smith and Costello’s president-vice-president campaign slogan and Bortel’s chaplain campaign slogan included the word “together.” Smith and Costello’s “Better Togeth...
Recap: Org Wars 2017
CU student orgs gather together once again for the annual Org Wars, competing against each other for the 2017 Org Wars crown.
- photos by Lydia Wolterman
Cedarville Developing 10-Year Plan
by Hannah Day
Many members of the Cedarville University community are hard at work creating a plan to guide the development of the school over the next 10 years.
This plan will address the way Cedarville can provide for a growing population of students and optimize the use of space to both prepare students for future careers and give them a positive experience while at Cedarville. The 10-year plan will include different types of goals, such as updating buildings or building new structures, as ...
Cedarville’s New Student Talent Show Has New Venue
By Brianna Saucier
The recently renovated Stinger’s will hold the New Student Talent Show on Saturday, September 23 as an America’s-Got-Talent-style competition.
The talent show, put on by joint Sophomore through Senior Class Councils, has previously been held in the Cedarville Opera House on Main Street. At that time, ticket prices went towards renting the Opera House, but now, admission is free for all students.
While freshmen and transfers are the only ones allowed to take part in ...
Alex & Mojade
SGA President and Vice President
by Naomi Harward
It’s no surprise that Alex and Mojade won the hearts (and votes) of so many during SGA elections last year. These two are some of the friendliest, most down-to-earth people you will meet on campus. Unless they’re running late to class or busy with homework, they’re almost always open to stopping to chat with you. They love meeting new people and both share a heart for fostering relationships with their fellow students.
This year, this ...
Updated: New Students, New Name
Pianist Josiah Kenniv and vocalist Brittany Mitchell won the crowd with a moving duet of a Witney Houston song in Cedarville's 2014 New Student Talent Show: Photo by Kari Barnhill
Cedarville University’s annual talent show for freshmen and transfer students has changed its name. After nine years as the “New Student Talent Show,” the show takes on a new name – the “New Student Variety Show.”
Jill Willert, the SGA events director, is the one behind the name change. But ...