It’s day one of your 1,000 days at Cedarville University. Hyped-up students wearing matching yellow or blue T-shirts and waving pool noodles line the sidewalks cheering for you as you and your parents drive down University Boulevard and pull up to your residence hall. You couldn’t be more pumped.
Everyone has been there: hitting ‘send’ only to realize moments later that there was an error in your email or instant message. Sometimes that ‘undo’ prompt is just seconds too late, sending any self-respecting college student to a state of ‘shame-shock’ (that “I can’t believe I just sent that to... View Article
Most freshmen don’t come to college with a clear picture of life after college. Adjusting to college life has enough challenges without worrying about the distant future. If you’re anything like me, then you might be considering several career paths.
Hey, ya’ll, I’m Sunny, and I am a sophomore International Studies major with a minor in Middle Eastern Studies. I am also a part of the Model U.N. team on campus and the Secretary for the IJM chapter. I’m from a little town in North Carolina called Liberty.
My name is Hannah Salyer. I’m from Jonesborough, Tennessee, and this is my junior year here at Cedarville. I guess you could say that I’m nerdy since I love words and writing so much that I decided to major in professional writing and information design.
Ah March, the month of the mid-semester motivation slump. It’s a real thing, and it hits hard.
Have you ever heard a college graduate say that they changed their major 600 times?
As you think about coming to Cedarville you may wonder, in the midst of balancing your social life, academics and sleep schedule, “How am I going to find a job as a student?”
“It's You, it's always and only been You.” These lyrics, from Building 429, ring through my head when I look back on my life. I certainly do remember when I, Paul Miller, chose Cedarville.
My name is Hannah Deane, and I have been a student at Cedarville University for five semesters, now studying Journalism. One of the biggest things that I learned when I came to college is that my mom did a lot for me, including my laundry and dishes.