Meet the Area Coordinator and Assistant Area Coordinator of Prewitt and Van Gilder (PVG)! Area Coordinator: Alex Gowan Hometown? Spring Creek, Nevada What is your major/degree in? Youth and Family Psychology Favorite college memory? “During my senior year as an RA, I planned a princess night for my hall. I bought a bunch of...
The Riffle brothers recently won a $13,000 prize for their cardboard rendition of the LEGO movie trailer. Watch their winning video here.
42 is about more than baseball - it is a story about overcoming prejudice and obstacles. If you're looking for a sports movie that delves deeper, 42 may be for you.
Student Kayli Moser has found a way to mesh her skills and passions to fight for the pro-life cause. Read here to find out about what she's doing.
Dead week has arrived. Finding beneficial and time efficient study techniques can be difficult, but with today's technology there are resources out there. Read here to see five interactive websites that can help you study and use your time wisely.
Looking for movie to go see with the guys this weekend? Will Bassham suggests G.I Joe: Retaliation.
Do you feel safe on campus? In the past month crime has increased on campus. Read here to find out more.
This spring break eight Corbanites will be headed on a Utah adventure to spread the word of God to Mormons. Read here to see the student and staff leaders of the team and what they hope to accomplish.
Silly string, a dead dog shark, and mysterious notes! Read all about the prank wars that have been taking place on campus.
From May 8 to May 17, professor Paul Johnson will accompany Corban students Heather Simpson, Tyler Ferguson, Kristen McMillan, Ally Brudevold, Katie Worley, Jenna Harbeck, and Caley Hubert on a missions trip to Honduras. The trip is part of the Summer of Service program at Corban. They are going to Siguatepeque, a city of over...
With the Mayan calendar predicting the end of the world in 2012, what is the Christian response to such Doomsday predictions?
Days before the biggest performance of the year, the music department received news that its choir director, Dr. Matt Strauser, had suffered from a heart attack, but is now in stable condition.