There is root beer in the cafeteria! Students got together to sign a petition to bring Root beer to Aramark, proving that students do have the power to make a difference. Photo Credit: Brendan Dettwyler
On January 15, Dr. Matthew Dickerson came to Corban to lecture on the topic, "Can Computers Reason (and Enjoy Sex)?" Sophia Kuenzi writes about the claims Dr. Dickerson made about human intelligence and reason, and causes us to think deeper about this issue.
A student reflects on how the symbols of rain and manna are present in contemporary college students' lives.
Katrina Aman discusses why giving should be encouraged instead of tithing.
What's the basis of a resolution, and why do they so often fail? Rebekah Peters did some studying of the word and some reflection in her own life and has come to look at "resolve" in a new light.
Emily Abbey discusses purity in this thought-provoking short article, specifically pointing out some of the flaws in the common system of purity rings.
ASB recently put on a Back to School Dance, the PVJAM. In case you missed the party, here is a slideshow of events. All pictures are credited to Rebekah Peters.
Rebekah Straw addresses joy in this short article, claiming that it's really not as far away as we might think in the midst of our trials. She encourages us to seek God and find the joy he provides every day.
Many Corban students spent their spring break serving in Utah, Mexico, or Chicago. Some of these students share the purpose of the mission and their thoughts.
Dead week has arrived. Finding beneficial and time efficient study techniques can be difficult, but with today's technology there are resources out there. Read here to see five interactive websites that can help you study and use your time wisely.
On Mar. 17 the C.E. Jeffers Sports Center held the Intramural Soccer World Cup. Read more here.