College Meal Scans Turn Into Blessing for Local Charity
Fundraiser will convert dining hall scans into helpful resources for the Life Enrichment Center in Dayton.
Sunny Side Up: An Optimistic Book About Loving God
Dan DeWitt book explores the relationship between Jesus and Peter.
New Guide Simplifies Personal Health and Conditioning
Dr. David Peterson's book originally written with U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen in mind.
Hymn Sing Celebrates Traditional Songs of the Church
Participants will worship in song through the traditional church calendar.
Freedom to Flourish: Distinguish Alumnus Speaks on Entrepreneurship
Dick Blanc is the director of Cedarville's Entrepreneurship Accelerator Program.
Experiencing a Month of Poverty in Two Hours
School of Nursing will hold a Community Action Poverty Simulation on April 17.
Historic Cedarville Woman Studied Worldwide
Journals of the Cedarville farmer's wife, whose children attended Cedarville College, have been downloaded in Turkey, Britain, Japan, and all over the United States.
Dancing Through the "Hills and Valleys"
Spring dance show will explore the up and down rhythms of life.
Strong Showing for Cadets at West Point
Unit defeated larger teams from the Midwest to earn a place at military skills competition.
Ebola Expert Speaking at School of Pharmacy Event
Dr. Matthew Groenewold served in Sierra Leone in 2015 as part of the international response to the West Africa Ebola epidemic.
Kyle and Christine Hoover Speaking in Chapel
Pastor and author speaking April 9 and 10.
Teaming Up to Fight Epidemics
Cedarville joining forces with other local universities on April 8 for influenza outbreak training.