Corban student Anita spent her childhood in unrest-filled Tunisia during the Arab Spring of 2011. Read how it affected her and gave her a heart for people living in crisis.
A Corban Health Science student is working at a hospital in Uganda through Best Semester. Read his story about God’s guidance and the joy of being uncomfortable.
John Hagala’s battle with social discomfort hasn’t prevented him from practicing his parkour skills around campus for one important reason: he has learned to ride the stick horse. Find out how Hagala challenges himself to answer God’s call to go forth.
Carol Kruse worked for 10 years in the mailroom before feeling called this summer from Corban to teach a class of preschoolers. But, she’ll continue to visit. “Corban will always be a part of who I am,” she said.
With commencement taking place May 5, students from the class of 2018 look ahead to and prepare for what awaits them after graduation.
Students talk about their emotional support pets, the need that necessitated them and the stigma surrounding them.
Learn a little bit more about a few of the humans of Corban and their life stories.
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.
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.
“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.