“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”

Romans 8:28
Voice
To be known

To be known

A student struggles with ideas of value, identity and feeling known.
Smells of Spearmint

Smells of Spearmint

A student's essay on a place she viewed as important.
Student poetry

Student poetry

Stinky Bagels, Corban's poetry club, is filled with aspiring poets desiring to share their artform. Three students stepped forward to have their work featured today: Nathan Smith, Daniel Elkins and Rachel Weinert.
An Increasing Pool: Why international athletes choose Corban

An Increasing Pool: Why international athletes choose Corban

Arsinio Walker discusses reasons why international athletes choose Corban.
Graphic: Acting fearlessly in fright

Graphic: Acting fearlessly in fright

A student illustrates a response to events regarding Islamic terrorism.
Lessons from a second home

Lessons from a second home

Rebekah Straw discusses the lessons she's learned from being a professor's daughter.
Poet laureate visits Corban

Poet laureate visits Corban

Oregon’s poet laureate visited Corban on Nov. 21 and held a poetry workshop for students, staff and community members. Here are some poems students wrote from the workshop.
Student Testimony: "What was I going to say?"

Student Testimony: “What was I going to say?”

Sarina Girangaya describes the struggle of finding value in her testimony, along with the various ways she's seen God's deliverance in her life.
Student testimony: Coping with loss

Student testimony: Coping with loss

Sara Stilwell shares her struggle to find peace in the midst of brokenness and loss.
Student responds to Tony Seigh

Student responds to Tony Seigh

On April 4 author Tony Seigh spoke in chapel and made a few big statements about God. For student Quinton Butterfield, Seigh threw some red flags in the air. See what Butterfield has to say here.
Why I want to be a teacher

Why I want to be a teacher

Zoe Thatcher shares about some of the joys from her junior practicum this past semester.
Cry me a river... or don't

Cry me a river… or don’t

Lacie Wheeler shares about the gender expectations we don't normally think of when it comes to crying.