Phil Wickham came to Corban University this Sunday to lead worship for Corban students.
Corban’s women’s basketball coach Terry Williams debunks the reasons behind Tim Tebow’s prayerful life. Williams will lead the Warriors this weekend in two critical games against Eastern Oregon University and the College of Idaho.
Sarah Moreau, Megan Russell and Krystal Kuehn explore the history of feminism and exchange arguments both for and against the movement.
You may have seen the video on YouTube describing the decreasing European population and the statistics showing that Germany will be a Muslim state by the year 2050. It’s scenario playing in other countries too. In short, Islam is taking over western Europe.
Kristina Schwartz decided to make the most of last week’s Salem floodwaters by getting baptized in them at Corban by professor Ryan Welsh.
What does it take to serve? Corban students and staff reach out to the Salem community by picking up trash on the streets, reading to kids at the Boys and Girls Club, bark-dusting paths, caulking houses and more for the first-ever all-campus service day on January 16, 2012.
Corban junior Hillary Roeder led a group of students to the Oregon State Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 11, where they joined a local church in a prayer vigil to raise awareness about human trafficking.
Raking leaves, shoveling dirt, and cleaning houses may not be everyone’s ideal way of spending a day off, but Corban students and staff have the opportunity to do these things and much more in service to the Salem community on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
“Do you have anything for me to do today?” The Oregon Right to Life office was cold and bare at nine o’clock on a Monday morning. This was the usual time I drove to Keizer to complete my 25 volunteer hours for Reach, preparing myself for the menial tasks that the office ladies set before me.
Martinelli’s, cake truffles, decorating cookies for faculty–what is classier than that? PVG’s Classy Christmas party ushered in the spirit of the season with a successful night of crafts, competitions, and poise on December 5.