Cedarville students "Sing, Dance, Laugh" for a cause
Three CU student orgs come together to raise funds for Maple Tree Cancer Alliance.
Joshua Michael named new Dean of Library Services
The 1999 Cedarville University graduate will assume his new position in July as Lynn Brock steps down after 43 years.
Cedarville University honors local farmers
Cedarville University will welcome local farmers to campus on Feb. 23 for Farmers Night.
Allberry gives Cedarville lecture on body image and the Gospel
Allberry will present "Why the Gospel is Good News for Your Body" on February 22 and follow it up with a Q&A session.
2017 Alumna of the Year to speak in chapel
Joy Summers will speak in chapel on Thursday, Feb. 22.
Professor and daughter raise funds for clean water
Pete Savard, assistant professor of nursing, is working to fund projects creating clean water around the world.
"Living Water" apologetics conference coming to Cedarville University
Rosaria Butterfield and Sam Allberry headline one-day conference.
Scott Klusendorf speaks in Cedarville chapel
Founder and president of Life Training Institute will speak on Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Programming contest prepares students for national stage
School of Engineering programming competition prepares students for regional and international programming competitions as well as future careers.
Cedarville set to host 32nd Annual Music Showcase
High school musicians from around the country will participate in an honor choir, band, or string orchestra.
100 companies and grad schools recruiting at Cedarville career fair
Students will be able to network with organizations like the FBI, Honda, Answers in Genesis, and Reynolds & Reynolds.
Cedarville Valentine's Day project focuses on loving neighbors
Students and faculty from the Department of English, Literature and Modern Language will fill and hand out care packages to the homeless.