Corban's partnership with Mars Hill will end on Dec. 31. Dr. Greg Trull and Dr. Matt Lucas discuss the situation and how the pieces will be picked up.
On Oct. 14, three journalism students and their instructor visited Statesman Journal and learned about the insides of a newspaper, what the average day looks like for a journalist, and how to improve the chances of being hired in the journalism profession.
The second Open Mic Night of the school year occurred on October 21. Here are some photos, taken by Haley Meili, of the performances throughout the night.
On Tuesday, a vehicle was broken into and the stereo was stolen in a parking lot. Here's information on the suspect, what took place, and other recent suspicious activities.
Former Western Baptist student Reid Saunders gave a talk at chapel on Oct. 6. Here's a recap of what he talked about and what his association's purpose is.
What would you say to insects if they could speak? Armanie Miranda addresses this in a short, clever essay.
Students interested in event planning will have a chance to get experience in the field- thanks to the new Student Event Team! Here's a summary of what the Student Event Team is all about and how to get involved.
In this short essay, a student describes the lessons her cat taught her.
In preparation for the Beach Party on Saturday, students Lacie Wheeler and Armanie Miranda compiled a tiny list of things Corbanites shouldn't do before, or during, the Beach Party. The list may contain realistic, even graphic, illustrations of what shouldn't be done.
Corban's second annual Block Party happened Friday, Aug. 29. Here's a run-down of what happened.
In this short essay, Armanie Miranda explains the fear of ants she developed this summer, while also discussing what she learned from them.