Looking for movie to go see with the guys this weekend? Will Bassham suggests G.I Joe: Retaliation.
Eleanor Fazzari gives a review of Youtuber Jordan Taylor's channel Blimey Cow. Taylor covers things from the dreaded friend zone to how to know if you're a homeschooler. Read here to see what Fazzari has to say about this Blimey Cow business.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to see the Vatican? Reporter Katie Wilson takes you on a first hand experience here.
Click here to check out photos of students who performed in last Wednesday's Open Mic Night.
Corban held its first ever film festival on Saturday Mar. 9 at the Salem Conference Center, followed by a dance. Katherine Hormann's film, "The Commuter," took home Best Overall film. Click here to see her video.
Hipsters. They are said to go against the grain, and seem to be in the spotlight of our generation's culture, so why not join them? That's not a paradox is it? Read here to get essential first steps to becoming a hipster. Disclaimer: this may contain satire.
Curious about the new zombie love story that recently hit theaters? Jeffrey Morse gives his review of the movie here.
It’s time to return to the classic age of American film making with “The Ghost and Mr. Chicken”. Adam fields reviews and suggests this 1960s comedy, which is available to watch for free on YouTube.
As a college student you may feel there is not enough time to stay fit or enough options in Aramark to eat healthy. Read here to see what Shannon Simmons, a human performance professor, and your fellow corbanites suggest.
Bored of Facebook? Not in the mood for Youtube cat videos? Still refusing to join the Twitterverse? Fear not, I got your back. Visit these 13 websites that are sure to, at the very least, amuse you.
While we all celebrate the seasons separately, have you ever stopped to wonder if we celebrate them differently as well? Check out this story to see how Corban students spend Thanksgiving with their families.
A handful of Corban students opted for a different Halloween adventure by going to see Portland Opera’s production of “Don Giovanni” on Oct. 31. Kate Tracy offers insight on the powerful and erotic opera.