“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
Overcoming Fear

Overcoming Fear

What happens when you feel a certain calling from God--which could be in conflict with your other dreams and plans?
The Stacks

The Stacks

Student Olivia Heisey snapshots her time working in a library before coming to Corban.
You Wrote That With That? A Style Guide

You Wrote That With That? A Style Guide

Students Sarina Girangaya and Angie Knight discuss the different writing style guides in a short, humorous personification piece.
Music Review: "I Really Like You" by Carly Rae Jepsen

Music Review: “I Really Like You” by Carly Rae Jepsen

This is really, really, really a music review on Carly Rae's newest single, "I Really Like You." Rebekah Peters dives in head first to dissect the deep, meaningful lyrics and asks the question, "Can it ever compare to 'Call Me Maybe'?"
Prayers for Esther Suelzle

Prayers for Esther Suelzle

Support and pray for Esther Suelzle, a freshman volleyball player recently diagnosed with bone cancer.
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March 2015

March 2015

The print edition of the March 2015 issue featuring: the poverty simulation, students hanging out in hammocks, and The Miracle Worker.
AMBEX fall semester capped at 12 students

AMBEX fall semester capped at 12 students

Students were left disheartened after Corban's main study abroad program, AMBEX, capped at 12 students.
Dodging the Lens: A Brief Snapshot of an Un-photogenic Girl

Dodging the Lens: A Brief Snapshot of an Un-photogenic Girl

A student discusses what she's learned from not being photogenic.
Public Servants: Christianity and Politics

Public Servants: Christianity and Politics

A students reviews the content from chapel on March 9 concerning the relationship between Christianity and politics.
Student Event Team: An opportunity for representing Corban

Student Event Team: An opportunity for representing Corban

Corban's Student Event Team is accepting applications for the upcoming year--read about the benefits of applying, the stories of past participants and the experiences gained by those currently involved.
Get to the point

Get to the point

Seth Danley explains how the world would benefit if people talked less and pointed more.
I'm sorry, but I can't eat that: The Life of a Glu-tard

I’m sorry, but I can’t eat that: The Life of a Glu-tard

Emily Abbey has lived the majority of her life without being able to eat gluten, an ingredient in baked goods, bread, fries, and a number of other delicious treats. Read her comical story about some of the struggles of the gluten-free life.
Learning to Walk

Learning to Walk

A student reflects on what she's learned from a concussion that has significantly limited her actions.
4 Things you shouldn't do at Spring Formal

4 Things you shouldn’t do at Spring Formal

Spring Formal is coming up on Sunday. Here are four things you shouldn't do to so everyone can have a fun, clean and enjoyable experience!
Birds, Botany and Blessings

Birds, Botany and Blessings

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.
To be known

To be known

A student struggles with ideas of value, identity and feeling known.
Visiting artist Dan Chen

Visiting artist Dan Chen

8 students had the opportunity to accompany Christian artist Dan Chen to his studio in Eugene, OR, to learn some skills and spend the day shadowing him.