Hannah Belleque offers some perspective of the idea of "poor college students" and why we aren't as poor as it might seem.
On Wed. Feb. 5 and Fri. Feb. 7 Dr. Gregory Knopf and Dr. Gary Lovejoy will be presenting two special chapels: “Depression Facts and Fiction." Read here to find out more about the two speakers.
The famous Mr. VG extravaganza was held this past week. Men were elected from each hall to compete in a variety of events. Check out pictures from all the events.
Blue and gold flamingos have taken over the President's lawn, and they signal the beginning of a creative fundraising effort by the Haiti missions team.
Mr. VG is Tues. Jan. 28 check out this video to see how contestants are feeling for the competition and how they've been encouraged by their halls.
Celebrating a birthday on a college student budget can be difficult, but Hannah Madsen reveals some birthday freebies which are sure to fit the bill.
A listing of local and Corban events happening in the month of January.
Due to icy conditions the annual Christmas concert - that students and professors put hours of work into - was canceled.
Intramural volleyball brought in all kinds of students to play either for recreation or competition. This year the competition was tough, but both leagues eventually had a victor.
Caleb Stultz, a senior at Corban recently had his idea for an iPhone app picked up by an Italian developer and will soon be available in the app store.
Alan Scharn's criminology class had the unique opportunity to see in to the mind of a murderer and engage with real people and situations.