[29 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

By DAVID WRIGHT
Zak Weston and Candace McHand, candidates for SGA president and vice president, said their campaign seeks to emphasize student involvement in local ministries.
Weston and McHand are involved in local ministries, each participating in Changing Lives Now. Weston is also involved in Doors of Hope as well as other ministry opportunities in the area. They said they hope students will embrace such opportunities as well.
As president, Weston said he would do his best to urge Cedarville students out of the “bubble” and into involvement in the community. That way, …

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[29 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

By ZACK ANDERSON
More male Cedarville students are going to be approved to live off campus next year than in previous years.
“We’re going to have to approve more men, a higher percentage of men, simply because of the numbers,” said Brad Smith, dean of men.
Smith said more men would be approved because Cedarville doesn’t have enough on-campus beds for the anticipated number of male students next year. The increased number of students is part of Cedarville’s push to become a flagship Christian university by 2020, in part by raising enrollment.
Cedarville has …

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[29 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

By CRYSTAL GOODREMOTE
Wallets were emptying, couples were coffee sipping, dates were happening: sounds like a normal college week.  The only difference was – the women were responsible to pay.
After vanishing for a number of years, Twirp week, the woman is responsible to pay, returned to Cedarville University Feb. 6-10.
Taking place a week before Valentine’s Day, the event gave women the opportunity to ask a guy to one of the events the 2014 class council planned: Monday – Scan your man, Tuesday – Latte with your hottay, Wednesday – Doughnuts for …

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[29 Mar 2012 | No Comment | ]

By KATE STRICKLIN
The spring play, “The Star Spangled Girl,” will be a light comedy, unlike the previous two plays this year, which were heavier dramas.
“It’ll be at opposite ends of ‘The Crucible,’” said director Mischelle McIntosh. “We have found that in the spring when the weather’s nice, and everybody wants to be off campus doing everything and we want good audiences, we really have to choose something that’s a comedy, that’s going to be really fun.”
After the heavy drama of “The Crucible,” Neil Simon’s play centers on the repercussions that …

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