The Civil Rights Bus Tour and How It Permanently Altered the Way I View the People Around Me and the Culture We Live In I’ve always been a bit of a history nerd. So much so that I had more than met the history requirements for my degree by the... View Article
Wondering where time has gone? Me too. It’s crazy how fast time flies and how much can change in just a couple of years. As I think back to 18-year-old me pulling up to Printy Hall in my family’s truck with two slobbery dogs, I realize that I had expectations... View Article
Several majors — like education, social work, and nursing — at Cedarville require off-campus field experience. There are several things I expected and some things that I have been surprised by as I have entered the world of internships as a Cedarville student.
Allow me to take you with me down memory lane as I look at some of my Cedarville highlights, one from each of my four years as a Yellow Jacket!
Cedarville is a quaint village tucked away in Ohio. Cedarville students seek to make every day, every adventure, and every moment with friends matter, especially when living in a place where the community seeks to do the same. So what kinds of adventures do students have around the village?
Each Getting Started Weekend, students arrive at Cedarville with a variety of schooling backgrounds. Many were homeschooled or attended private school or some combination of the two. Others, like me, attended a public school and experienced a significant transition as they began freshman year. There were many changes that I anticipated in my transition, and many that I was not prepared for. Here are 5 things to be aware of as you shift from public school to Cedarville.
“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.
You may read the title of this blog and think, this is a little late — we are past Thanksgiving!
Calling all introverts! But wait, this one’s for you too, our beloved bubbly extroverts. Are you nervous about getting involved in college? Getting involved as a freshman in college can be a little difficult as you navigate so many new opportunities, and it can be hard to know which ones to take, especially if you are an introvert.
My name is Justin Schlabach!