A look into the Starbucks red cup controversy as Christians during the Holiday season.
Smells of Spearmint
A student’s essay on a place she viewed as important.
The matter with opinions
“Maybe the co-exist people are right. Maybe there is a simpler solution to the world’s problems. We need to remove opinions — the divisive ones, at least.” In this satirical essay, Heather Karle addresses the concept of tolerance and how this can be dangerous.
The weight of glory
Is the American culture to performance and entertainment driven? Professor Scott Bruce and Shannon Simmons discuss the idea here.
Movie review- The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Heather Karle provides and in depth look at the old time classic, “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.”
The Cinderella complex
Heather Karle examines the idea of fairy tale romance in the real world, and how Christ is the true fulfillment when human love fails.
What are they driving at?
Freshman Bethany Janzen and political science professor Tony Caito have teamed up to help Corban students register to vote by coordinating a voter registration drive Oct. 7-11.
Having trouble finding a new church home now that you’ve left the nest? See what advice upperclassmen and professors have to give here.