International Star Performs for Student Scholarships
Stefano Barone, an internationally renowned guitarist, will play a benefit concert for students at the International Center for Creativity.
Alumnus Named Texas Teacher of the Year
Ryan Churchward '08 was named as the Classroom Teacher of the Year by the Texas Computer Education Association.
Music Student Wins Film Scoring Competition
Sean Kisch won first place in short film music scoring at the Christian Worldview Film Festival.
Speech Team Claims Another National Title
Cedarville's forensic speech team has won two national titles in the last three years.
Mark Vroegop to Speak in Chapel
Mark Vroegop, lead pastor of College Park Church in Indiana, will speak in chapel.
Student Pharmacists Curtail Drug Abuse
Students from Cedarville's School of Pharmacy are educating others on prescription drug abuse.
Criminal Justice Grad Goes Above and Beyond
Officer Jon McCoy of the Kettering Police Department went above and beyond to help an elderly man.
Wit Brings Grit to Stage
Cedarville's production of "Wit" starts on March 31 and promises to challenge audiences.
The British Are Coming!
Cedarville's annual pops concert will feature music from the British Invasion.
Design Students Envision the Future of Cars
Seniors from the industrial and innovative design program are working with Honda.
Cedars Named Top Student Paper Again
Cedars earned its fourth-straight Frank E. Deaner Award for Excellence in College Journalism.
Seminar Tackles SCOTUS Vacancy
Matthew Martens, a partner at WilmerHale Law Firm, will speak about the current Supreme Court vacancy.