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Keeping the Gospel First: Student Podcast Addresses Faith and Politics

Benjamin Mays and Jonny Gartner are committed to discussing current issues on the common ground found in Jesus Christ.
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"Silent Sky" Explores Intersection of Faith and Science

"Silent Sky" will open Thursday, April 8, and close Sunday, April 18. Tickets can be purchased at the Stevens Student Center ticket office.
Dr. Chris Miller

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Passing Along His Father's Love for the Word

Dr. Chris Miller, Senior Professor of Biblical Studies, loves to pass along his love of the Scriptures. It's a passion that began with his dad, who was an avid student of the Bible. Chris seeks to honor his dad's devotion by the way he teaches at Cedarville.
Tessa Landrum and Nicole Hackett

Cedarville Stories Podcast: God is Writing Their Stories

Seniors Nicole Hackett and Tessa Landrum have served as student writers in Cedarville Public Relations. They are also just a few short weeks from graduation day. They know that wherever their lives may lead, it is God who is writing their stories.
Steve Norris giving coronavirus convalescent plasma

Blood Drive Looks for COVID Antibodies

The Red Cross blood drive will take place in the Stevens Student Center event rooms 240 and 241, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. To register, participants can visit RedCrossBlood.org (sponsor code: CU).
Tetelestai: It Is Finished

Good Friday Experience: Reflecting Around Cedar Lake

At 3 p.m. on Friday, the bells in the Dixon Ministry Center chimed 33 times to mark the 33 years of Jesus’ life.
Model UN Team competing at Dayton virtual contest

Model UN Team Excels in Virtual Contest; Looks to National Contest

The Model United Nations team at Cedarville University excelled at a Dayton, Ohio, regional conference in early February, where it competed against several larger universities, including Wright State University and the University of Dayton.
Joshua Tarwater, Yayira Dzamesi, and Noah Duncan

Prayer App Sends Requests on High . . . Tech

Three Cedarville University computer science seniors have developed a capstone project of eternal proportions: a multiclient, mobile prayer app.
Sara Mitchell with the Diplodocus femur

Student Presenting Dinosaur Bone Research at Virtual Symposium

Cedarville University senior geology major Sara Mitchell has been conducting her research since fall 2020.
Dr. Luke Tse

Psychology Workshop Explores The Ways Change Changes You

The Department of Psychology will host two professional Continuing Education workshops on April 9 that address helping clients adapt to life change and psychological approaches to managing chronic pain.
Dr. Lyle Anderson and Professor Connie Anderson

Family Ties: Connie and Lyle Anderson Scholarship

The new scholarship will help fund expenses for future music students pursuing programs in keyboard pedagogy or voice as primary performance disciplines.
Total Essentials Pantry drive

Social Work Class Meeting Essential Community Needs

Senior social work students from Cedarville University are working to create a connection between the university and surrounding communities through project in conjunction with Cedarville United Presbyterian Church.
School of Education professors

School of Education Launches Professional Journal

The journal will have a wide variety of content written by Cedarville faculty and scholars from other universities and is set to debut this spring.
Matt Dearden

Cedarville Stories Podcast: Life With Christ is an Adventure

Looking to explore the lava tubes around Mount Saint Helens in Washington? How about enjoying a bottle of gourmet root beer on your deck on a beautiful summer night? Matt Dearden, director of undergraduate admissions, is the right guy for you.
Noah and Ellen Davis

Learning to Serve Those with Disabilities

When sophomore Ellen Davis was asked about her passions and hopes for the school of education, her childhood alongside a younger brother with Down syndrome inspired an advocacy event to encourage and educate her peers.
Stephanie Wu

Pharmacy Student Earns First Industry Fellowship

Stephanie Wu, a fourth-year professional pharmacy student from Peoria, Illinois, will graduate from Cedarville this May and then start her fellowship with Sanofi Genzyme.
Jazz Band

COVID Challenges Jazz Band to Improvise

The Jazz Band will perform in Jeremiah Chapel on March 19 at 7 p.m. The concert is open to the public and free of charge.
Dr. Karen Wonders

Maple Tree Cancer Alliance Founder to Speak

Maple Tree Cancer Alliance is a nonprofit offering physical rehabilitation for cancer patients, which can help increase treatment effectiveness.
Graduates tossing mortar boards in the air after 2019 Commencement

125th Annual Commencement Will Be In Person

Cedarville typically holds one commencement program for all of its graduate and undergraduate students, but this year, due to COVID-19 protocols, there will be three in-person programs.
Patriotism and Nationalism promotion

Livestreamed Interview on Patriotism and the Bible

The seminar featuring Dr. Glen Duerr, associate professor of international studies, will be livestreamed today at 2 p.m. on Cedarville’s Facebook page.