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Bible turned to Psalm 23

3,000 Years Retro: Ancient Songs, Renewed Faith

Old Testament professor writes a commentary on the Psalms.

springtime flowers

Sherr to Serve on Mental Health and Recovery Board

Professor will serve as one of four representatives from Greene County during his four-year term.

Stop the Bleed training

Stop the Bleed Readies Campus for Injury Treatment

Security officers and School of Pharmacy students receive training.

Chick-fil-A Dining Commons

University Embarks Upon 10-Year Campus Master Plan

Five new buildings plus an expansion of Callan Athletic Center are all part of the vision.

Michael Wilt

From Pomp and Circumstance to the U.S. Senate

2019 graduate Michael Wilt serves in the southwest Ohio office for U.S. Senator Rob Portman.

Victoria Denen and Milo

Going the Extra Milo for Diabetic Nursing Student

Service dog helped Victoria Denen of Xenia, Ohio, maintain healthy blood sugar levels.

Zapotec language project

Reviving an Endangered Indigenous Language

Student recording lessons given to Spanish-speaking children who are learning their heritage language.

Olivia Van Wyck

Student Conducting Preclinical Drug Testing

Her work may lead to medicines that will enhance the body's innate healing processes.

Reclaim Wisdom Conference flyer

Scientific Implications of Worldviews Focus of Conference

Reclaim Wisdom Conference will help attendants form beliefs based on a six-day creation.

Cedarville named top regional college for vets

Recognized as a Best School for Veterans

Cedarville named a top regional college for vets in U.S. News and World Report rankings.

Students studying outdoors

Seeing Stars: Cedarville Receives Sky-High Ratings in Survey

Undergrads and graduate students both highly pleased with their Cedarville educational experience.

U.S. Supreme Court building

From Cedarville to the Supreme Court

People travel to Washington, D.C. because of its historical value. Audrey Beck, will travel to the nation's capital in a few weeks to continue her career as a law clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.