"Amazing Grace" Preparing for Summer Olympics
"Amazing Grace" is not just a cherished hymn of the faith but also the nickname of an incredible athlete, possibly the most decorated one to emerge from Cedarville University. Grace Norman has secured gold, silver, and bronze medals during the past two Paralympics, and in 2024, she is preparing to earn a second gold medal in the paratriathlon in Paris.
New Device: Saving Lives in Seconds
What started as a capstone project to develop a device that could save a life if the carotid artery is severed for a group of Cedarville University juniors and seniors in 2019 is now extremely close to receiving full FDA approval for manufacturing and distribution on a nationwide scale.
Courage, Commitment and Courtroom Brilliance
Step into the world of courage, commitment, and courtroom brilliance on this week's Cedarville Stories Podcast. Join us as we explore the journey of Col. (Ret.) Greg Thompson, who could be referred to as Cedarville's version of Tom Cruise from the movie A Few Good Men.
From Cedarville to U.S. Diplomat
In this episode, we delve into the inspiring journey of Dr. Frank Jenista, former professor of international studies at Cedarville University. Dr. Jenista's early life was marked by a nomadic existence, having attended 13 schools in 12 years as the son of missionary parents in the Philippines. Upon arriving at Cedarville, he found not just an academic institution but a supportive community that became a steadfast anchor in his life.
Rahilly's Passion: Teaching and Following Christ
Dr. Sharon Rahilly, former professor of nursing at Cedarville University, never wanted to teach. And yet she spent five years teaching at Cedarville University, and now she directs a nursing school in Togo.
Making a Difference is Focus of New Police Officer
Kaley Aurand, a 2023 criminal justice graduate of Cedarville University, always wanted to be a police officer. Today, Aurand is a full-time police officer for the Xenia Police Department. She was sworn in on Monday, Nov. 27.
Dr. Harris Goes to Washington
Seeking common ground in political rhetoric was the goal of Dr. Andrew Harris, associate professor of communication at Cedarville University, and a group of communication scholars from the Religious Communication Association (RCA) met with Feven Solomon of the White House Office of Public Engagement on Tuesday, Nov. 14.
Navigating Through Adventure
Embark on a daring odyssey with Thomas Hamilton, as he, along with two brothers and nephew Ben Clark, opts for a glorified rowboat to conquer the relentless forces of the Atlantic Ocean.
Write On: Student Secures National Article
What began as Emily Vest’s conversation with a Cedarville University professor, ended as a creative nonfiction piece on the front page of a national literary magazine, The Albion Review.
Giving Tuesday Adds to 1,000 Days Transformed Campaign
While Cedarville University is currently in the midst of a comprehensive $175 million fundraising campaign, it recently celebrated raising $594,654 from its annual Giving Tuesday initiative that took place on Tuesday, Nov. 28
Basketball is more than a Game
Basketball is more than a game to Cam Arminio. Once viewed as an idol in his life, Arminio has turned basketball from the most important thing in his life to an opportunity to develop meaningful relationships.
Mr. Cedarville: Dave Ormsbee
From a young age, Dave Ormsbee immersed himself in athletic competition, regardless of the season. Although not the star player on his high school football team, his passion for sports endured.