Junior English major Andy Tennant won first place in a national poetry contest this past week. Competing against students in ivy league schools and such, Tennant’s collection of ten poems called “Where You See Angels all Over” won the Edna Meudt Memorial Award from the National Federation of State Poetry Societies.
Voting ends March 20 at 11 a.m. for the 2012-13 ASB team.
Activities, activities. Four students are battling against each other for the privilege of planning Corban’s school-wide events for the 2012-13 school year. Cassie Forster, Janae Grieb, Jenna Harbeck and Jeffrey Morse are in the race for ASB’s Activities Coordinator.
With ASB elections being held next Monday, March 19, now is the time to get to know the students running for office. Four candidates — Tamara Evans, Nate Edwards, Elijah Olson and Tyler Shockley — are competing to be next year’s ASB Ministries leader, while Jessica Baughman is running unopposed for Media Arts Coordinator. Stay tuned for more candidate profiles throughout the week. Also, the candidates will be available from 8-10 p.m. on Thursday, March 15 in the coffee shop to mingle and talk with students.
Many young couples in America are waiting longer to get married due to the economy. With uncertain futures, the national trend shows that couples want to wait until they are more financially secure to get married. However, marriage in college is a recurring trend among couples at Christian colleges.
Local musician John Doan thinks modern music has lost its magic. Not because musicians are less talented, but because people have fallen out of relationship with each other in this age of technology. He wants to bring some of that back in the music he plays through the stories he tells and his role as an entertainer.
The Hilltop’s recent focus on gender roles is timely in light of the upcoming Woman to Woman Conference on campus Sat., Feb. 25. The theme is: “Unleashed: Becoming a Catalyst for Change.”
For the first time ever, Corban’s Ambex program makes traveling even easier and more affordable by offering a summer study abroad program in Italy, Germany and England from May 26 to July 7.
Corban students Kent Wilson, Peter Ellis and Claire Clubb sold $5 Valentine’s telegrams for those wishing to spread the love to a special someone, or simply embarrass them.
The men’s and women’s basketball teams are coming into the final stretch of games before conference play-offs. After a weekend sweep of all four games in front of the home crowd, the Warriors are gearing up for their play-off chances.