“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
Merry Christmas from Hawaii

Merry Christmas from Hawaii

Sarina Girangaya goes home for Christmas break every year, not to snow-capped mountains, but to sunny beaches. In this short essay, she discusses some of her family's traditions during the holiday season.
Movie Review: Mockingjay Part 1

Movie Review: Mockingjay Part 1

Need some extra motivation to go see Mockingjay, the newest movie installment of the Hunger Games trilogy? Check out this movie review, written by Haley Meili, for an inspiring look at the raw human nature and sacrifice found in this movie.
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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Veterans Day Chapel Slideshow

Veterans Day Chapel Slideshow

The focus of Wednesday's chapel was Veterans Day. Here are photos, taken by Rebekah Straw, showing what took place.
Pumpkin Smash/Battle of the Bands RECAP VIDEO

Pumpkin Smash/Battle of the Bands RECAP VIDEO

Did you miss the exciting events held during Corban Experience weekend? You're in luck! Check out this video created by Haley Meili and Emily Brown to see what you missed! Photo Credit: Kristin Aalto and Rebekah Peters
The World on One Wheel: Corban unicyclists unite

The World on One Wheel: Corban unicyclists unite

Unicycling isn't a word often heard, nor is it a hobby often witnessed. A few of Corban's unicycling residents discuss their unique hobby with the bicycle's lesser-known sibling.
Professors in Undergrad: Dr. Colette Tennant

Professors in Undergrad: Dr. Colette Tennant

Ever wondered what your professors were like in their undergraduate years? In an interview, Dr. Tennant shares her undergraduate experience at Ohio State University during the 1970's, where she majored in English.
Making a difference through hosting

Making a difference through hosting

Corban Experience is coming up quickly (Nov. 9, 10) and students are still needed to host experiencers. Haley Meili shares about her own experiences at this event in past years and the impact her own host had on her.
Praying for Peace

Praying for Peace

Emily Brown discusses why it's important to pray for peace.
Missions from Home: Reaching Immigrants in America

Missions from Home: Reaching Immigrants in America

In this short essay, Rachel Baugh reflects on World Outreach Week and shares insights on how Christians can have a worldwide impact from here at home.
"Light it or Fight it": The pros and cons of Measure 91

“Light it or Fight it”: The pros and cons of Measure 91

Simon Howard gives a recap of the "Light it or Fight it" debate that took place on Thursday while reviewing the pros and cons of Measure 91.
How to avoid a cliché Halloween

How to avoid a cliché Halloween

Junior Emily Abbey is a pro at having a non-cliché Halloween. Follow in her footsteps and learn how not to go with the flow this Halloween.
WOW Missionary Profiles

WOW Missionary Profiles

For World Outreach Week, there are many missionaries on campus to talk with students about full-time missions work. April Soelbeg interviewed a few of them to get an inside look at their ministry.
October 2014

October 2014

The print edition of the October 2014 issue featuring: World Outreach Week, a visit from Dr. Eisenhut, and Humans vs. Zombies.
Video games: A new form of story-telling

Video games: A new form of story-telling

Junior Johnathan Partridge explains why video games should be treated and analyzed similarly to other art forms like film and literature.