A new ministry on campus, First Stone, seeks to fight the taboo and shame surrounding sexual sin. First Stone is hosting a worship night tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. in Davidson, second floor.
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Dead week is approaching – slowly for some and quickly for most. Here are four coffee shops in the Salem area that are perfect for finishing last-minute projects and studying for finals.
Lexie DiRezze shares her experience on a spring break mission trip in Texas, where she helped people who had lost their homes in Hurricane Harvey.
The spring showing of “Alice” explored themes of identity and bravery in its reworking of the traditional children’s story.
Danny Day is the director of athletic communications. He manages the social medias for the athletic department, supports head coaches and much more. Discover just how invaluable the role is that Day plays in the Corban community.
Overheard at Corban is a Facebook group where students can post quotes from other peers, professors, faculty members or anyone else who says something completely hilarious. If you’re not involved in the social media page, are you even a Corban student? Adding yourself to the page right now increases your quality of life in enormous ways.
Discover how the “Black Panther” wrestles with thought-provoking topics while measuring up to Marvel’s past production quality, leading it to come in fifth in opening weekend movie sales.
“Alice,” an original modernization of a classic story written by alumna Rachel Ost, opens March 8 at Corban University. Learn more about how the play came to exist before opening weekend.
Have you been to see “The Greatest Showman” yet? If not, this review might help you decide whether it’s worth the time and money, or if you should wait for it to hit Redbox and Netflix.
Disappointed that Marty Trammell did not give a Valentine’s Day chapel this year? Read his recollection of his first date with his wife, Linda.