A student illustrates a response to events regarding Islamic terrorism.
Want to see what some of your friends have been up to in Europe this semester? Check out their photos here.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to see the Vatican? Reporter Katie Wilson takes you on a first hand experience here.
How do you say I love you? Some opt for extravagance with airplanes, carriages, and now even space travel. Read here to see how Corban students have said I love you to their sweeties.
If someone were to approach you on campus and ask you what religion you attested to, it’s safe to speculate that all Corban students would claim to be a Christian. But for 30 or so Christians in Northeastern Nigeria, this simple proclamation was the last thing they said before being viciously murdered.
Student Lacy Ramirez describes how God used her to share His message while on a mission trip to Italy.
Student Tyler Shockley shares how God used him to plant seeds in the lives of Chinese children this past summer.
Student Tyler Ferguson shares how God gave him a new perspective on life after going on a mission trip to Honduras last May.
Student Caitlin Dickey shares how her life was changed forever when she went to Haiti last May.
Student Sam Cambell shares about her experience in Costa Rica in the summer of 2012.
Red Bull gives you wings ... or a balloon and parachute! On Sunday, Oct. 14, Austrian Felix Baumgartner made history when he became the first person to ever break the speed of sound in free fall. Read and watch his historic feat here!
You may have seen the video on YouTube describing the decreasing European population and the statistics showing that Germany will be a Muslim state by the year 2050. It’s scenario playing in other countries too. In short, Islam is taking over western Europe.