New to Corban University’s faculty this year is criminal justice professor Alan Scharn, a locally and nationally renowned investigator.
On Friday, September 16, drama and music students alike traveled to Bend, OR for a weekend retreat full of fun and rehearsals for the fall play, “Cinderella.” While there, they also rehearsed music and performed at a Sunday church service for the community.
It’s a new year, and that means new classes, new friends, and new changes to the Corban campus. The library, bookstore and IT have all gone through major renovations during the summer.
Events like Sept. 11 remind us that our world is full of questions that can only be partially answered. In a culture consumed by the power of personal intellect, we often forget that the most prominent truths cannot be solely sustained by science or reason. Instead, they point us God.
Just because freshmen and transfers are new on campus does not mean they are immune to certain mishaps. From tripping on the plentiful stairs to spilling food in the dining hall, new students share their stories of moments gone wrong during their first few weeks at Corban.
On Wednesday September 9, students attended a meeting to learn the ropes of what ASB’s roles on campus are and how they could get involved in various committees to help ASB.
Twelve Corban students traveled to Christian camps around the Northwest during the summer months, experiencing the fun, chaos, and positive transformation that goes along with camp ministry.
The Courthouse Athletic Club is hosting a party for Corban students on Saturday September 3 while offering year-long bargain deals on gym memberships.
For the first time in history, Corban’s drama and music departments will collaborate on the fall musical, ‘Cinderella.’
From wearing balloon hats to guessing food, freshmen enjoy an evening of games on August 28 during orientation.