When God struck her heart with the tragedy of abortion, Mara McKinney couldn't sit back and do nothing. Last Feb. she began a new club on Corban's Campus: Corban Students for Life. Read all about it here.
In this week's student testimony sophomore Kelsey Leavitt shares the story about how she no longer belongs to the life of depression and self-injury, even after years of battling it.
Do you know who you're voting for come Mar. 18? Read here to see your candidates and hear why they desire this leadership position.
On Feb. 19 Corban students were told to avoid Aumsville Highway due to police activity. Read here to find out what happened.
At roughly 4:30 p.m. Corban University sent out an emergency alert reporting a suspicious package near the entrance of the school. Students and faculty were instructed to remain 1000 ft. away. Read here to find out more.
Corban students Kristie Walrath, Hayley Dawson, and Hillary Roeder are responsible for the human trafficking awareness event taking place in the Psalm Center tomorrow night. Read more to see what the event will consist of and what Roeder has to say about the injustice of human trafficking.
In her bi-weekly column, Kelsey Leavitt shares the life lessons she learned while working in the drive-thru. This week, Leavitt shares how she's realized sometimes our friends "good intentions" can lead to bad ideas.
In her bi-weekly column Kelsey Leavitt shares the different things she learned through her time working in a drive-thru. This week she discusses the importance of take a break, and resting.
Corban observes Veterans Day with men in uniform and a movie night.
In her bi-weekly column Kelsey Leavitt shares how God used her time working in the drive-thru to reveal Himself to her. This week Leavitt shares about the power of words, and the why biting our tongues is an important skill to learn. .
In her bi-weekly column Kelsey Leavitt shares how God used her time working in the drive-thru to reveal Himself to her. This week Leavitt shares about some of the dangers of apathy in the workplace.
In her bi-weekly column Kelsey Leavitt shares how God used her time working in the drive-thru to reveal Himself to her. This week Leavitt shares how easily money became an idol and how that realization is changing her for the better.