More men will move off campus in the fall

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...

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Twirp week meant to be fun, not pressure

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,...

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NCAA final acceptance expected this summer

By ALICIA IAFFALDANO Now in the final stages of the three-year process to change divisions, Cedarville University prepares to make the final jump this summer into becoming an official member of the NCAA Division II. Cedarville has undergone the candidacy process and is now in...

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New townhouses planned to accommodate enrollment growth

By LAUREN EISSLER Cedarville University is building new townhouses instead of more dormitories to accommodate enrollment growth. The townhouses will be primarily for upperclassmen and graduate students. William Brown, Cedarville University’s president, said the school is building the townhouses because there is not adequate decent...

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Cadets enjoy food at ROTC ball

By JARED VONDERHEIDE WILBERFORCE – Matzos are crackers that pop up everywhere at Passover time. They may taste bland, yet they serve a meaningful purpose. Bland, but served an important purpose. That was the consensus at Central State University on Friday night. The ROTC (Reserved...

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TWIRP week revival was popular

By MADISON TROYER The Woman Is Responsible to Pay, or TWIRP, is a past Cedarville dating tradition that was revived this February by the sophomore class. Traditionally it was a week where the girls were supposed to ask a guy out on a date, but...

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SGA art auction benefits Iraqi children

By BETHANY BROCK Earlier this month, the Center for Biblical and Theological Studies was bustling with art, doughnuts and live music as students bid on pieces of art and mingled.  The SGA’s Art Auction and Philanthropy committees worked together to organize the fundraiserfor the Preemptive...

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Students excited to work under Perkins in Miss.

By JENNIFER HODGES Six Cedarville students will travel to Jackson, Miss., over spring break to work with the John M. Perkins Foundation in urban ministry. Team leaders Jessica Presley and Molly Reich said the group will help with work projects and learn from the organization’s...

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