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Jay Nordlinger

National Review Editor Coming to Cedarville

Jay Nordlinger will speak in the Dixon Ministry Center on January 21 at 7 p.m. in Room 152.

Cedar Lake and Stevens Student Center

Cedarville Receives $1.5 Million Estate Gift

Helen Z. Elbin was a long-time friend of the university and its former radio station, WCDR.

Chris Ham

Two-Time Abortion Survivor

Chris Ham is a freshman biblical studies major.

Engineering Project Lab

Cedarville Joins Dayton STEM Workforce Program

A consortium of university and business partners is working to train and retain local STEM talent.

Net Games for homeschoolers

Freshmen Enjoy Early Teaching Experience

Net Games in the fall and Invasion Games in the spring provide physical education opportunities for homeschoolers.

Alex Hentschel

World Traveler, Transformed Perspective

Senior Spanish major has gained a worldwide point of view.

Dr. Danny Akin

GO Conference Inspires Students Toward Missions

Dr. Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, is this year's featured speaker.

The First Pitch competition in September 2019

Students Try to Hit a Homerun at "The Pitch"

Second "Shark Tank"-type event set for January 11 in DeVries Theatre.

Captain Jose Rondon

Army Chaplain Speaking in Chapel

Captain Jose Rondon experienced a revival on his base in 2018.

English as a Second Language classes at Redeemer Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Beavercreek, Ohio.

Immigrants Find Acceptance Through ESL Program

Cedarville students teaching English as a Second Language at Beavercreek, Ohio church.

Person giving a vaccination

Giving Their Best Shot: Vaccination Clinics Train Students

School of Nursing students collaborated with University Medical Services (UMS) to care for fellow students and faculty members.

Hearts for the Homeless team from Cedarville

Blood Pressure Checks for the Homeless

Molecular biology major David Gibbs is offering the service at Target Dayton Ministries.