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Nov 20 2015
Students Practice Election Polling
Glen Duerr, Ph.D., assistant professor of international studies at Cedarville University, and his Qualitative Methodology and... continue »

Nov 19 2015
"Transformed Minds" Provides Biblical Framework
Cedarville University’s Department of History and Government recently published “Transformed Minds,” a... continue »

Nov 5 2015
Political Science Prof Weighs in on Debate
The presidential election is one year away but that doesn't stop political experts like Dr. Kevin Sims, professor of political... continue »

Oct 20 2015
The Constitution and Same-Sex Marriage
The Cedarville University Center for Political Studies will host a forum on the relationship between the Constitution and same-sex... continue »

Oct 13 2015
Civil Rights Tour Teaches Life Lessons
With the hope of gaining a better understanding of the civil unrest of the 1950s and 1960s, 14 Cedarville University students... continue »

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