A student describes her repentant response to her mishandling of education.
As the school year comes to a close, there are mixed feelings. Student Jordan Konkler shares some of her hesitations in going home and leaving behind her Corban community, as well as how she is giving those hesitations over to God.
A student describes the difficulty she had trying to engage in personal devotions around campus.
A student explains what gossip is, and how it can differ from venting and ranting.
A student discusses the confusing process of dealing with a close friend's death.
A student discusses what she's learned from not being photogenic.
A student reflects on what she's learned from a concussion that has significantly limited her actions.
The Bird and Botany class offered at Corban reaps a lot more benefits than just learning about nature--it blossoms friendships and creates space to develop a deeper intimacy with God.
A student struggles with ideas of value, identity and feeling known.
Angie Knight discusses the lessons she's learned at the toaster in the dining hall.
"50 Shades of Grey" was released on Valentine's Day weekend and the mountains of articles that quickly followed almost broke the Internet. Jordin Lineback addresses the negative attacking of this movie and how it's possible that that could be more harmful than the movie itself.