For Lisa Morrish, camp is not a CCS credit, a church event, or a summer retreat. It’s home.
The C.E. Jeffers Sports Center was closed for several hours Jan. 7 and 8 for cleaning as a preventative action against the spread of a potential bacteria.
Kate Schell Online Editor It’s 8:43 p.m. on Nov. 4, and facebook is abuzz. Status updates pop up constantly, as students declare Obama’s victory, grumble about socialism and the end times, cite Romans 13, and threaten to move to Canada, Switzerland, or Australia. As news sites tallied the votes and winners emerged, students reacted fiercely […]
Kate Schell Hilltop Online Editor Imagine a city of skyscrapers and traffic jams, an exotic metropolis where cultures, ethnicities, and languages converge into a dynamic island community. Maria Christiani and Karen Tin, two Indonesian students studying abroad at Corban this semester, call such a place home. Coming from Southeast Asia to Northwest America has been […]
Kris Cox (far right) shows the cow tongue to Sarah Officer (center) and her core group. The cow tongue toss was one of many events in the Corban Games during freshman orientation. Photo by Kate Schell. Nothing like a cow tongue to calm freshmen qualms. For the core groups who gathered on Warrior Field the […]