Students submit poems to The Hilltop for April’s poetry contest.
Tessa Murray shares a poem reminding us to truly take notice of the struggles our peers may be going through.
A few samples from staff and students inspired by the creative chapel.
Monday Sept. 7, 2015, Peter Sears, the Poet Laureate of Oregon, came to Corban’s campus for the second time. He spent the afternoon sitting in on classes and then taught a poetry workshop in the Emitte Center that was open to students, faculty, and the general public. Sears began the workshop with a prompt to […]
Oregon’s poet laureate visited Corban on Nov. 21 and held a poetry workshop for students, staff and community members. Here are some poems students wrote from the workshop.
Kate Tracy reflects on what she observed and experienced on her Mexico mission trip through poetry. Read her poem here.
Randi Donahue, a freshman, shares her poem about how we are all broken, but God uses our brokenness, takes us as we are, and loves us and shapes us into His creation.
Two students voice their passions and show their creativity through the art of poetry.
Students listen to former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins read some of his poetry. Complete with videos of Billy Collins readings.
Nathan Furumasu offers a poem in response to Dr. Christopher Mitchell’s lecture “The Poison of Subjectivism: C.S. Lewis on Conviction in a Convictionless Age,” presented at the Caulkins Lectureship last week.