Torch, Winter 1987

[ Campus News) North Central Association of Colleges and Schools has extended the accreditation of Cedarville College for ten years, the longest period that the Association grants. In preparation for North Central 's review of the college in April, Cedarville underwent a three-year self-evaluation under the leadership of Dr. Lila Seaman. This Fall Quarter the College was blessed with a ninth consecutive record enrollment: 1862 students. "Let Them Know" is the theme for the 1987 National Informissions Conference to be held on the Cedarville College Campus December 28-31, 1987. Speakers include Dr. Warren Wiersbe, Dr. Paul Dixon, Dr. J. Don Jennings, Dr. Wendell Kempton, Dr. Sumner Wemp and Dr. Raymond Buck. Don Krueger will provide special music. Within the past year, three colleges have called Cedarville graduates to serve as their presidents. Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Illinois, called Dr. Joseph M. Stowell ill '66; Spurgeon Baptist Bible College, Mul– berry, Florida, Dr. Elvin K. Mattison '73; and Faith Baptist Bible College, Ankeny, Iowa, Dr. Robert Do– mokos '62. Cedarville's new Honors Program, designed to meet the educational needs of our ablest and most highly motivated students, is in place. According to Dr. Gary Percesepe, director, the curriculum enriches existing academic programs. The Cedarville College Brass Choir leaves December 9, 1987, for a concert tour in Israel. Under the direction of Professor Charles Pagnard, the group will perform in a number of cities including Nazareth, Jerusalem, and Bethlehem, where they will play in Manger Square on Christmas Eve. The group returns January 5. The Business Administration Department recently received a $33,750 grant from the Cleveland Foundation Statewide Program for Business and Management Educa– tion (PBME). Cedarville's grant was awarded to fund a study of "Ethics in the Business Environment." Accord– ing to Dr. Clifford Fawcett, director of the study, a series of workshops will present faculty with opportunities to identify ethical issues, to evaluate and redesign curriculum to include a greater amount of ethical content, and to interact with corporate leaders and with peers from other educational institutions. VHS video tapes of the Centennial Homecoming historical drama"As the Cedar Grows," are available. Send check or money order for $22.50 (tape: $19.95; shipping and handling: $2.55) to: Centennial Office, Cedarville College, Box 601, Cedarville, OH 45314. Coupon for Free Information Check the box(es) for the following FREE items and information about Cedarville College. D College Catalog D Viewbook D Application for admission to the College D Poster to promote the College in your church D Financial aid D Giving opportunities to the College D Estate planning Please send the above free items to: City ________ State ZIP ____ D Add the above name to the TORCH mailing list. D Sports schedules D Basketball book D Artist Series D College video D Gospel team visits D WCDR program guide For a prompt reply send this coupon to: Public Relations Department Cedarville College Box 601 Cedarville, OH 45314 15