Kyle Castner

Pyramids, camels, extreme heat . . . sound familiar? This past May, Cairo, Egypt was a recent travel destination for many Cairn students. I had the opportunity to sit down with my brother, Kyle Castner, who attended the Cairn Egypt trip, and record some of his experiences for The Scroll.
Student photo displays in gallery

This past Thursday, September 14th, many students attended “The Gallery,” a Student Photography Exhibition hosted by the Student Visual Arts Society (SVAS) and the Arts & Culture First Year Program students. This was the 5th annual Photo Gallery at Cairn University since being initiated back in 2013.   While at
The World is Not Ours to Save book cover

The World is Not Ours to Save. Tyler Wigg-Stevenson. 220 pp. InterVarsity Press, 2013.   Tyler Wigg-Stevenson describes his early adulthood in such a way that would describe many Cairn students now: young and eager, seeing evil in the world and making it his personal mission to solve it. Passionately

I’m an incoming freshman and my story is not what I thought it would be. You see, I’m a planner and I had a thorough plan. Every inch of it was cozy and familiar, never taking me far from those dear to me. So trust me when I say I

Three: The number of overtime losses Cairn men’s soccer had during the 2016 season. This is arguably the most noticeable reason why they missed the 2016 CSAC playoff tournament, the same tournament which they came within a game of qualifying for in the 2015 season. Due to all of that,

This past summer was a major season of reflection: a season of looking back on all that was taught in previous years, taking it in, and thanking God for everything that was learned so far. Without a doubt in my mind, each year is another opportunity and chance to allow God to

Correct me if I’m wrong, but this may be, in fact, one of the first in several years that the seniors are sharing a roof with the freshmen. With the selling of Penndel, upperclassmen are now condensed to the living quarters of Heritage Hall and Manor Residence. Gone are the days

Student teaching frightens just about every education student—but can you imagine teaching in a foreign country, completely alone, in a brand new culture? For Madison Errichetti, this image will be a reality come Fall 2017.   Madison Errichetti just completed her junior year here at Cairn and is venturing into

I really cannot think of a better event to capstone this school year. With the selling of the Penndel apartments coming in matter of months, this truly was the last event that the Penndel R.H.A. team has will ever put on. And while we could over-sentimentalize every “last” of Penndel,

“When I graduate and go out into the real world…”   I hear this sentence from college students all the time. Throughout our lives, we have been told that life truly starts when we graduate college and get a “real” job.   I don’t like it.   By calling our