Like many college seniors, I have regrets. Some are because of mistakes, some are because of accidents, and some are because of missed opportunities.
Getting together with other students every day to worship, both through music and by learning from the Word, is a special experience.
A few weeks ago, I got the pleasure of attending the Cedarville University theatre department’s fall production, Fools by Neil Simon.
Hey, Cedarville! I’ve decided that I want to spend one post a week talking about a chapel that I enjoyed recently, because chapel is such an important part of my life and such an important part of campus life.
Like many other students, I’ll be staying on campus during the upcoming fall break.
Monday, a dreaded day for many. Personally, I don’t mind it too much. What’s a Monday look like for me?
Every year since I’ve been at Cedarville, I’ve gone to the annual cardboard canoe races during homecoming weekend, and this year was no exception.
My name’s Cal. Technically, my name is Theodore Callahan Jones, but I’m one of those special people who’s gone by their middle name their entire life, so I just go by Callahan, or Cal.