Torch 15 C edarville College engineering students’ efforts to enhance the performance of an ethanol-burning Chevrolet have captured the attention of automobile enthusiasts around the country. The February 2000 issue of Car and Driver magazine features the College’s participation in a contest sponsored by General Motors, the U.S. Department of Energy, and Natural Resources Canada. Students from 14 colleges and universities across the United States and Canada were selected to compete in modifying a stock Chevrolet Silverado to best run on E85 alcohol. Last spring, the teams transported their vehicles to Milford, Michigan, where they underwent a battery of tests ranging from emissions and fuel economy to cold-starting and acceleration. According to Car and Driver , Cedarville was one of two schools whose teams came up with the most creative modifications. The magazine cited teams from the University of Nebraska and Cedarville for “a surprising degree of refinement.” The periodical also reported that the Cedarville entry took top honors in acceleration. The Silverado modified by the Cedarville College engineering students was also selected for display at the North American International Auto Show, a premiere automotive trade show held in Detroit. Cedarville Engineers Earn National Acclaim Winter Enrichment Conference Features Joe Stowell D r. Joseph M. Stowell III, president of the Moody Bible Institute, was the guest speaker at the College’s annual Winter Enrichment Conference. A Cedarville College and Dallas Theological Seminary graduate, Stowell shared his messages on what it really means to love God. While all of Stowell’s messages were open to the public, area pastors received a special invitation for Stowell’s January 13 chapel service. In addition to the chapel service, the 250 pastoral guests attended a special sermon, lunch, and question and answer session. Audiotapes of the conference messages can be purchased by calling 1-800-333-0601. World Magazine CEO Speaks at Charter Day J oel Belz, founding editor and CEO of national weekly news magazine World , spoke on journalism and media challenges at Cedarville College’s Charter Day. In addition to his chapel presentation, Belz spoke to a Cedarville class about his career in journalism and today’s secular and evangelical media opportunities. E ach year, the Gull Lake Bible Conference invites well-known speakers from around the world to spend one week sharing their message with attendees. This year, Dr. Paul Dixon and his son, Scott, will represent Cedarville College during the week of July 8-15, 2000. Scott Dixon, who is a graduate of Cedarville College and Dallas Theological Seminary, is an assistant professor of Bible at Cedarville College and is working on a Ph.D. from Michigan State University. Open year round, the Gull Lake Bible Conference facility is located in Hickory Corners, Mich. For more information about the Gull Lake Bible Conference, call 1-800-350-2442. C DR Network music and programming, including Cedarville College chapel broadcasts, are now available to you no matter where you are. All you need is a computer and Internet access. You can hear CDR’s CyberRadio programming when you visit www.cdrradio.com. Download and install RealPlayer (a free program) to your computer and receive live feed of Tune in for broadcasts of daily chapel services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. eastern U.S. time. Or, you can click on the link to hear the most recent chapel broadcast anytime.