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How to do college right, courtesy of the Class of 2016

Across the country, members of the class of 2016 are grabbing their long-awaited diplomas, throwing their graduation caps into the air and officially moving on to the “real world,” where taxes, bills and student loan repayments silently loom. 976 more words


Alumni Report: Cedarville's Koch making history in her second season

From 2010 to 2014 Washburn high schooler, and current Cedarville Univeristy Yellow Jacket,  Carsyn Koch dominated the track and cross-country scene in Class C. On the trails Koch was virtually unbeatable winning four straight state titles, which put her into elite company joining Abbey Leonardi as they only females to win four cross-country titles. 978 more words

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Dayton teen's wish to go overseas gets granted

CEDARVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) — A Dayton teen’s dream to travel overseas got a big boost.

Payton Herres, 15, recently had her wish granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation to travel to the United Kingdom. 104 more words


End of an era ...

On Tuesday, many missed out on the last Symphonic Band and Brass Choir concert for Professors Pagnard and DiCuirci at Cedarville as they presented their end of the semester concert.  14 more words

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Cedarville University project hopes to cut healthcare costs

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) — A new project started by Cedarville University hopes to cut down on costs when it comes to health care.

Every three weeks for the last three years, Cindy Dellinger has been vising the Rocking Horse Center in Springfield. 353 more words


Tribute to Marsha Swinehart, RN - Part 2

April 10 – Marsha’s Birthday

On February 4, 2016 the Cedarville University nursing students who Marsha Swinehart, RN taught, presented a plaque to the School of Nursing in honor of Marsha’s life. 831 more words

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Local expert says location of Kasich's State of the State is politically motivated

MARIETTA, Ohio (WDTN) — Ohio Governor John Kasich is breaking from the presidential campaign trail to deliver his State of the State address in Marietta Wednesday night. 261 more words