Ashlyn Rollins seeks to change how the world sees elderly people. Using examples from Scripture, she reminds us that people have value at every stage of life.
Campus Safety has been asked to enforce parking policies more consistently, including enforcing fine payments through impounding of vehicles.
Annouscka Kordom has been called up to play on the Namibian Women’s Soccer National Team for her home country. She’s excited for the opportunity to see her family, and to play a part in growing this women’s league in her country.
Have you been to see “The Greatest Showman” yet? If not, this review might help you decide whether it’s worth the time and money, or if you should wait for it to hit Redbox and Netflix.
Ashlyn Rollins reports on student reactions to the new housing policy to be implemented in the 2018-19 school year, the impact on personal finances and plans, and the discourse between students and administration.
Have you seen the baby socks around campus? Ashlyn Rollins shares with us the results of the “Stop the Violence Tour” socks display, which presented in cooperation with the Students for Life Club.
Ashlyn Rollins covers the new class offered at Corban, Women in Ministry, taught by Angie Hilker, which focuses on the value of women in service.
Ashlyn Rollins reflects on what it was like to experience Convocation as a senior who had never been.
Ashlyn Rollins brings an update on the campus Treehouse Project.
A recap of the 2016 Dean’s Reception with photos highlighting the events of the evening.