On April 4 author Tony Seigh spoke in chapel and made a few big statements about God. For student Quinton Butterfield, Seigh threw some red flags in the air. See what Butterfield has to say here.
A discussion was held outside the library on April 15 dealing with the incredibly difficult issue of abortion after rape. Alexis Millers briefly explains what was talked about and the benefit that came from it.
Zoe Thatcher shares about some of the joys from her junior practicum this past semester.
Stephanie Lanman discusses what she believes to be one of the most overlooked areas of service in the church - those who provide childcare.
Joshua Austring explains a new training program called VO2 being used by many athletes at Corban to help runners be less nervous and individualize workouts.
A young woman at Corban shares her testimony about same sex attraction, her struggle with pornography and about the love and healing she's found in community.
Corban's men's soccer team is looking to widen their team with the addition of 8 to 10 new players next season.
In an anonymous interview, a gentleman on campus shares about his struggle with same-sex attraction, how we can help our brothers and sisters in Christ, and why we can't let this topic fade.
As you may know, all school activities were cancelled due to a snowstorm early February—including Corban Experience, which is kind of a big deal. Read more about what happened here.
Jodi Carlson, Executive Assistant to the President, shares some wisdom of things she wishes she knew when she graduated from college.
Alumni Liane DeHart, 2013, shares a bit of post-graduation encouragement.
Claire Clubb shares her testimony about dealing with depression and being a single mom and how sometimes God doesn't give us the answers when we want them.