Rachel Hartley, a 2015 B.S.N. and 2020 M.S.N. alumna, began in Virginia, sailed to New York, raised the mainsail again for Connecticut, flew to the Virgin Islands, came back to Ohio, and now is in Los Angeles till the end of March.
Student Goes “Old School” To Forge Connections During COVID
When Kelsey Laing, senior women’s ministry leader, went home for quarantine back in March, she went beyond social media and texting to stay in contact with friends by writing them letters. She turned that effort into a ministry for the school year.
Grassroots Wreck Tests Engineering Skill on a Budget
With a lifetime of car restoration under his belt, Professor Jay Kinsinger and his students are taking on the ultimate challenge: building a competitive and diversely functional race car for under $2,000.
“Four Comic One-Act Plays” by Anton Chekhov will open Thursday, Feb. 4 and close Sunday, Feb. 14. Tickets can be purchased at the Stevens Student Center ticket office. COVID-19 protocols will be observed.
The capital component of Cedarville University’s entrepreneurship ecosystem, the Beyond Angel Network, recently made a capital investment of over $800,000 in exchange for equity interest in two high-growth startups.
Berry Family Pledges $1 Million for New Business Center
The Berry Family, Charles D. Berry, John and Shirley Berry, and the Elizabeth Gray Fund, announced its grant award to aid in the construction of the Lorne C. Scharnberg Business Center and establish the Berry Center for Free Enterprise.
From Scared to Prepared: Virtual Career Fair on Wednesday
Cedarville University will hold its spring career fair on Wednesday, Feb. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2:20 p.m, followed by a nursing career fair from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Both fairs will be held virtually through an online platform called Handshake.