Cedarville professor Dr. Mark Caleb Smith on a television newscast.

Cedarville News

Alina Sanders

Bad Break For Christmas Break

Junior Alina Sanders has seen her faith grow and deepen as she has walked through recovery from injuries during two consecutive Christmas breaks.

Cedarville Stories Holiday RePodcast: New Year, Same Eternal Focus

Chuck Clevenger is a modern-day Renaissance Man. But more than that, he is a Great Commission Man, committed to investing in students so they might use their gifts to bring God glory now and in the ages to come.
CU Lead logo

CU Lead: Raising Up Resolute Leaders

Cedarville University will host its annual leadership conference, CU LEADership, on January 30, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Laini Bergthold

Recovering from a Tornado During a Pandemic

Most will remember 2020 for the COVID-19 pandemic, but for Laini Bergthold, a junior communication major from Chattanooga, Tennessee, the year brought a different kind of trauma.
Troy, Donna, Kate, Grace, and David VanLiere from 2018

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Waiting for the Blessed Hope

Donna VanLiere has experienced tremendous joy in her life as a wife, mom, and bestselling author. But during this season of celebrating Jesus' first coming, it's the promise of his second advent that brings her the greatest hope.
Gene and Pete Reese

Renamed Athletic Fields Will Honor Pete Reese and Gene Reese

Together, the Reese brothers are responsible in large part for the development of Cedarville’s outdoor athletics complex.
Dr. John Whitmore signing the agreement with the International Conference on Creationism

International Conference on Creationism Finds a Home at Cedarville

Cedarville and the Creation Science Fellowship (CSF) of Pittsburgh signed an agreement this spring for Cedarville to be the new owners, host, and repository for the ICC, which will next be held in July 2023.
Ben and Ali Christian holding their daughters, Ali and Willow

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Open Hands When You're Losing Your Grip

Ali (Stein) Christian graduated from Cedarville in 2014 with a plan for her life. But a stage 4 Hodgkin's lymphoma diagnosis has quickly taught her the value of having open hands with her hopes and dreams.
Dr. Kevin Jones filming Gospel Project videos for kids' curriculum

Dean Answers Kids’ Theological Questions on Video

Over the next three years, Dr. Kevin Jones will record a total of 108 video responses during three 36-video cycles. Students will submit questions, and LifeWay will select the ones Jones will answer.
Dixon Ministry Center in the fall

Half-Million Raised During Cedarville's #GivingTuesday

518 donors contributed $555,575 to help fund student scholarships.
Megan Collom

English Major Takes Off to Airport Job Over Break

Megan Collom has met a number of celebrities in her job as a ramp agent for Vail Valley Jet Center in Gypsum, Colorado.
Mark Weinstein and Rufus Mathew

Cedarville Stories Holiday RePodcast: Mission to the (United) Nations

Rufus Mathew grew up in Bahrain and never heard of Cedarville University. So how did he end up on the other side of the globe at this school in the cornfields? Listen to the Cedarville Stories podcast and find out.
EMS 2020 wearing protective masks

Pandemic Paramedics: EMS Serves During COVID

Cedarville’s EMS team was the first collegiate emergency medical service in the nation, and is still on mission, even in the midst of COVID.
Yellow Jackets men's basketball coach Pat Estepp talking to his team in the locker room

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Embracing Today is the Big Win

Yellow Jackets men's head basketball coach Pat Estepp is learning to enjoy the blessings of the Lord day by day.
Nursing student serving at the Life Enrichment Center in Dayton, OH

Nursing Students Serve at Life Enrichment Center Amid COVID

Cedarville University’s seven-year partnership with the Dayton Life Enrichment Center (LEC) has a new look in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Olivia H. #CUGiveThanks

#GivingTuesday to Unlock Extra Gifts on December 1

Generous donors will match Giving Day donations to increase the impact on scholarships and programming.
Professor Derrick Green

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Thankful for Biblical Community

During this Thanksgiving week, one thing is very clear: Derrick Green is thankful for biblical community.
Aidan Graef, Madeline Chairvolotti, and Aaron Campbell

Students Awarded Cybersecurity Full Ride and Internships

Aidan Graef, Madeline Chairvolotti, and Aaron Campbell (L-R), all junior computer science majors specializing in cyber operations, have been awarded scholarships that include full tuition, course fees, $1,500 toward a new laptop, and a $25,000 stipend.
Dr. Seth Hamman

Students Conduct Cybersecurity Research for Lockheed Martin

Cedarville University’s Center for the Advancement of Cybersecurity led the research project, which was completed even with adjustments due to COVID-19.
Jyun Klein and Elizabeth Ezell

A Time for Thanksgiving: Students Adopted Internationally Receive Scholarship

Freshmen Jyun Yuan Klein, a nursing major from Lancaster, South Carolina, and Elizabeth Ezell, a pharmaceutical science major from Cumming, Georgia, are this year's scholarship winners.