January 13, 2023—Jeff Haymond can be easily spotted on campus as he drives up in his vintage Cutlass convertible. But his love for vintage cars is just one small thing that makes his life interesting.
Down at The River: Cedarville’s Impact Through Radio
January 12, 2023—Eight Cedarville University graduates are providing the greater Columbus region with uplifting and encouraging programming.
Annual GO Conference Brings Global Missionaries to Campus
January 11, 2023—For decades, Cedarville University’s Global Outreach (GO) conference has brought in speakers with a passion for missions.
The Season of Giving: Thank You From Cedarville University
January 10, 2023—Cedarville University wants to thank its community for going above and beyond, raising $480,185.22 during its Giving Tuesday initiative on November 29.
Whodunnit? Cedarville Sophomore Publishes Murder Mysteries
January 9, 2023—Sometimes college causes students to put their hobbies on hold. But for sophomore Shiloh Drake, her dream of being a published author has become a reality, and she just released her third book on Monday, Dec. 12.
75 Years Later: Faith Through Flames
January 9, 2023—Even as an Air Force pilot during the Vietnam War, Daniel Kinniburgh always kept a calm demeanor and rigid faith.
A Life Changing Impact
January 6, 2023—It was 1964, and Tom was minding his own business in a store in Xenia, Ohio.
What I Didn’t Say: A Journey Through Parkinson’s
January 4, 2023—For people who are battling Parkinson’s disease, how can they — and their care partners--effectively walk through this difficult journey?
Making a Difference in Healthcare: One Patient at a Time
January 3, 2023—In just three years since graduating from Cedarville University’s School of School of Pharmacy, Dr. Kofi Amoah has fully devoted himself to community health and safety.
A New Trend: How Pharmacists Are Transforming Healthcare
December 30, 2022—In years past, pharmacist work centered primarily on medications. Recently, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, however, patient needs have provided opportunities for pharmacists to offer direct patient care.
The Father of Getting Started
December 30, 2022—He served at Cedarville for 42 years.
Cedarville Seniors Use Capstone to Redesign Local Nonprofit
December 28, 2022—For many college students, projects simply fulfill a grade. But for five communication students at Cedarville University, they are using their senior capstone project to serve their local community by identifying and solving communication issues within a nonprofit organization in Dayton.
Creator: A Collaboration Between Intern and National Recording Artist
December 26, 2022—Emma Haylett, a sophomore worship major with a songwriting minor at Cedarville University, has endless opportunities as she pursues her passions.
Are Community Pharmacies Returning to the Health Care Landscape?
December 23, 2022—In today’s culture, we are led to believe that “bigger is better.” Is that the reality when it comes to how pharmacies serve the general public?
Creating a Space to Receive Grace
December 23, 2022—Bubbly. Energetic. Positive. Visionary. Kim Ahlgrim is a dynamo.
Ohio Student Has Career Liftoff with NASA Scholarship
December 19, 2022—When people hear the word “NASA,” they probably think of space and rockets. But for Tara Keller, a molecular biology major at Cedarville University, her interest in biology and health care landed her a research opportunity with the well-renowned organization.
Students Rally Around Professor in Need
December 16, 2022—Good health is not something to take for granted. Just ask Dr. Chuck Elliott, Senior Professor of Communication at Cedarville University.
Graduate School Rapid Growth
December 15, 2022—As the Cedarville University Graduate School continues to experience exponential growth, Dr. Brian Shook, who was named assistant vice president for graduate enrollment in the fall of 2022, is preparing the program for the future.
Acting Up: Students Recognized for Excellent Performance
December 13, 2022—This fall, Cedarville University’s theatre department performed “The Giver,” a play based on the well-beloved book written by Lois Lowry, also adapted for film. The show was a success, but one of the biggest impacts was on the actors themselves.
Christmas Giving: Students Pack 1,000 Shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child
December 12, 2022—‘Tis the season for gifts – but nothing can quite compare to opening a gift, maybe for the first time, from someone halfway across the world.
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