On Saturday, April 2nd, Meredith Smith joined 16 other students at the Ronald McDonald House to complete Sara Swenson’s last two CCS credits.
Corban’s first Scuba Diving class will be offered this fall through Blue Element, a local dive studio.
Are you really slowing down for a rabbit to cross the road? There’s a law that says you have to wear your seatbelt? Why can’t I just pump my own gas? These are things I think about every day.
Behind the scenes of “The Paul Project.” Callie Doremus gives her story about how meeting with Paul changed her perspective on homelessness and the Christian message.
Corban student Ralph Waldo Emerson the third was not always the confident outgoing man he is today. What changed him?
Rob Bell’s new controversial book, “Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived” has made unsettling waves in the Christian community since its release on March 29.
Contributing to summer missions is good, yes. Eating donuts is also good. But is eating donuts a legitimate incentive for contributing to summer missions?
Roomies Saturday night provides the chance for new friendships to be born.
This week is the International Fair, a four-day celebration of diversity on Corban’s campus.
People all over the U.S. and Corban are comparing their brackets and waiting for the final NCCA game.