Alumnus Volunteer Connects 1 Million Face Shields with COVID-19 Fight
1964 alumnus Ty Bryant answered the call when healthcare workers needed more personal protective equipment.
Book Explores Loving Our Muslim Neighbors
Dr. Matthew Bennett's book serves as a primer on Islam.
COVID-19 Brings Telehealth to the Forefront
School of Pharmacy professors caring for Rocking Horse Community Health Center patients by video.
Caring for COVID-19 Patients in Central Park
2012 alumna Danielle Price joined the fight against the pandemic by serving at a Samaritan's Purse field hospital.
Teacher Unleashes Creativity During COVID-19
2003 alumna Heidi Bruder has been "applying" new techniques to teach her students virtually.
University Prepares for August Return to Campus
Graduate and undergraduate students will be welcomed back to campus as scheduled on August 14-16, 2020.
COVID-19 Spurs 61 Days Through the Bible
Three recent graduates are leading current students, parents, and others in Zoom study of whole Bible.
COVID-19 Leads Nurse to Anchor in NYC
Rachel Hartley, a 2015 nursing graduate, sailed to New York City with her husband, Taylor.
The Moody Church Pastor has Local Roots
2004 alumnus Philip Miller will begin serving at the historic downtown Chicago church in July.
Cedarville Stories Podcast: Breath of Fresh Air in Complicated World of Politics
Political science professor Mark Caleb Smith has become a media favorite because of his balanced insights.
The Congo Prepared Nurse for COVID-19
After graduating last year, Virginia Walker served at a 70-bed village hospital run by a missionary couple.
Senior Celebration Honors Largest Graduating Class
There were 826 undergraduate and graduate students earning 832 bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees during the special online celebration. Commencement will still be held Homecoming Weekend, October 2-3, with full regalia.