Parents share words of wisdom and encouragement to their sons and daughters as they embark on their first year at Corban.
The dormitories resonated with laughter and tears as new students settled into their rooms.
New students arrive to Corban University’s Salem campus for orientation on Friday, August 24.
Government and public school officials put forth their arguments for a right to say prayers or invocations prior to public meetings. Historically, the Supreme Court has refused to hear cases about religious liberty and prayer in courts.
Thomas Fiss, who celebrated his 25th birthday yesterday, is a former Capitol Records recording artist who used to be a member of the boy band Varsity Fanclub. After a short while, he left the band to pursue an independent solo act.
Hilltop news writer Lacy Ramirez discusses her passion for getting rid of Corban’s “bubble” stigma.
With recent hurricanes, wars, earthquakes and other natural disasters clouding the news, it causes us to wonder if the end of the world looms in the near future.
Not only does the war in Libya affect us as a country, but also as individuals. Here is your update on what is happening in Libya, and how the U.S. is involved.
The devastating tsunami in northeastern Japan evoked fear and panic from people all around the world. Now, 2 ½ weeks later, many are trying to find ways to help.
Chapel was one message, but in the lobby of Balyo last Wednesday night Grace Fabian delievered another message that added a whole lot more dimension.