With WOW week fresh in the minds of Corban students, many missionaries have stories to tell that should not go unnoticed. Daryl Hanson, a missionary with Saints Equipped to Evangelize, leads summer mission trips to Italy where teams minister through performing mimes, puppet shows, and distributing tracts
We all meander down the hallways of the library, but usually we are too preoccupied to actually look at the artifacts inside the glass cabinets. The Prewitt-Allen Archaeological Musem is a local attraction, but we take it for granted.
With Halloween and the holidays just around the corner, Katie Wilson discusses the rise of consumerism and its effects on people.
A local protest is occurring here in Salem as part of a larger national political outcry started on the streets of New York. Called “Occupy Wall Street,” this nationwide movement is nearing its one-month anniversary.
On October 8, students donned their plaid shirts and cowboy boots for a night of dancing, pie-eating and mechanical bull-riding at the annual barn party.
On September 30th, over 250 Corban alumni stepped foot onto campus for the Alumni Homecoming. Over the course of the weekend, alumni enjoyed going to the volleyball and soccer games, having meals in the dining hall with current students, and admiring the old photographs and yearbooks in the Alumni House.
October 6 is National Poetry Day, and in honor of the occasion, students and faculty at Corban submitted some of their poems for all to enjoy.
Corban staff members Jeff Benjamin and Stephanie Husk discuss why building relationships with Muslims is the best way to witness to them.
Changes in Student Organizations on Corban’s campus came with the beginning of the school year and a new ASB team. ASB Organizations Coordinator David Holcomb wants to see Student Organizations thrive this year more than ever before.
Auditioning for one of America’s most popular TV shows, American Idol, is extremely intimidating to most singers. Most would opt for playing in a small low-pressure environment…say, at Corban’s Open Mic Night. But for freshman singer songwriter Tamara Evans, who braved the large crowds and ultra-critical judges to try out for AI, playing at Corban Open Mic Night is much more challenging.