Sara Swenson will be staying home this semester to begin oral chemo.
Corban charged past Multnomah during the men’s basketball matchup Dec. 16, netting 14 points in the first 4 minutes of the first half that gave the Warriors a solid start and eventually led to a 77-49 victory.
AIDS. We hear about it so much that the people in need have been reduced to statistics. But how should Christians respond to those statistics?
The Pacific Islander’s Club on campus is a place for sharing cultures. Students hundreds of miles from home are finding a way to connect and share their experiences through this new club.
Pictures from the intramurals “Board Game Olympics”
Jason Hardrath is peddling a unique – some may call it crazy – summer mission trip. The mission: bike 3,500 miles from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean, raising funds and awareness to help children living in poverty.
After fighting in the Iraq war, Stephen Novak is serving the Lord at Corban, and looking forward to a future with both Christ and the military.
Just months ago 50 Corban students visited the Salman Al-Farisi Islamic Center in Corvallis during World Outreach Week. Just days ago, the same Islamic Center was the target of an arson attack.
Amber Stokes details her experience watching the new movie, “Tangled.” Complete with the preview, and a listing of theaters currently playing “Tangled.”
The play-by-play of Corban’s Women’s Soccer Team in their game yesterday which put them in the semifinals.