Learn a little bit more about a few of the humans of Corban and their life stories.
While Corban has been consistently recognized as one of the safest universities in Oregon, we can never be too prepared, especially given recent events around the country. Campus Safety informs us about steps we should take should an active shooter threaten campus.
The April print edition covers the Women of Grit conference, the Golden Warrior Awards, the proper protocol in the case of an active shooter on campus and more.
After an unprecedented number of vehicle and dorm room break-ins, Campus Safety and local police are investigating and hoping to find a suspect soon.
The March print edition covers the new ‘Agribusiness’ major, the end of AMBEX, student art pieces, the ‘Alice’ play and more.
The February print edition covers Corey Gilbert’s “Love, Sex, Dating and Marriage Seminar”, Annouscka Kordom’s opportunity to play for the Namibian Women’s Soccer National Team, Battle of the Bands and more.
The new housing policy has raised a variety of concerns from students. The Hilltop would like to hear from you.
The January print edition covers the Students for Life club’s presence at the ‘March for Life,’ the Mr. VG competition, the South Korean students who visited campus and more.
The November print edition covers the band choirs’ preparation for the Christmas showcase, Professor Jim Hills’ holiday hospitality, the latest activities of the Feminism and the Bible class, and more.
The October print edition reports on the progress of golf and volleyball, explores Corban’s thoughts on feminism, and gives ear to some of the voices on campus contributing to #MeToo.