“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.
Lifestyle & Culture
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.
This Valentine’s season, we’d like to bless you with our own Dr. Hills’ recounting of his first date.
Lily Shaver shares with us the results of the visit from 10 South Korean students – what they learned and how they impacted Corban.
Have you seen the baby socks around campus? Ashlyn Rollins shares with us the results of the “Stop the Violence Tour” socks display, which presented in cooperation with the Students for Life Club.
Lily Shaver reports on Cineclub’s 48-Hour Underground Film Festival, which featured student-made short films Friday, Oct. 6 through Sunday, Oct. 8.
Zalena Su’e covers A Night in Papua, the first event of its kind, exploring Indonesian culture.
Lisa White honors Steve Hunt and his 52 years of service at Corban prior to his retirement this year.
Marissa Kendall recaps the 2017 Lumberjack Games.