The U.S. Navy Band performed a variety of Big Band songs led by U.S. Navy Chief Hawes on Saturday, Sept. 25. Read all about it with pictures and a video.
Power throughout Corban’s Campus, or just in certain buildings may go out this evening due to the bus fire that melted a power line in the gravel parking lot below the soccerfield around 6:15 Thursday night.
The Track and Cross-country team bus went up in flames at about 6:15 on Thursday night. No one was injured.
The road from and to the gym was still closed off due to the sparking power line as of press time.
More exclusive pictures from Extreme Home Makeover, Salem Edition.
Jake Zufelt’s column about becoming cultured this summer–this time with the entire last sentence.
This fall, the Oregon Right to Life Education Foundation is offering its third annual $2,500 scholarship. Audrey Engel, a current Corban student, won the award last year, and tells about her experience and how to apply.
On Sept. 2, freshman Lindsey Kariker was sworn into the Reserve Officer Training Corps, ROTC, in front of Corban University’s Psalm Performing Arts Center. She joins four other Corban students who have took an oath to support and defend the United States Constitution and its citizens and will become military officers upon graduation.
Heard about the new CLT project, Heart to HeART? Learn the plan as Rachel Newby explains her passion.
What’s the scoop on the new “Reflection Chapel’s” and what are they going to continue for the rest of this year? Here is the plan from Campus Pastor Dan Huber.
“Ring by spring” might be a long-lasting association with couples on campus. Yet the next lucky fellow who buys a ring should beware: he may be signing up as potential target for yet another, slightly less romantic, campus ritual. He may be the next to get “treed.”