Karen Tilstra visits, stirs students to be empathetic ‘design thinkers.’
Students recently gathered for the first annual presentation of Stories of His Glory on Nov. 8 for a night of worship and listening to student testimonies, where Taren Ikea-Mario and Brooklyn Baker shared their stories. “They’re students who reached out to me to share a while ago,” said SOHG president and founder Stephen Anderson. “From […]
The second annual “Spell or Die” took place on Sept. 27 in the PVG lobby. Students competed in spelling words and completing various other activities for the privilege of throwing a pie in their RA’s face.
Charges against Vance Day, former Marion County Circuit Judge and former adjunct professor of Political Science at Corban, were dropped when a key witness refused to testify against him.
Student Life experimented with holding mandatory dorm sectionals during chapel time, rather than in the evenings. What do you think of this change? Would you like to see this happen more often? Share your thoughts in the comments!
Discover the results of the 13th annual Lumberjack Games featuring events such as “Syrup the Sister,” the log press, and more.
Nike has claimed Colin Kaepernick as the new face of their brand, sparking controversy. Find out what students have to say about this hot topic, and share your own opinion in the comments!
Corban University with Paid in Full Oregon is putting a fully accredited four-year college program for inmates in the Oregon State Correctional Institution starting in the fall of 2019. Paid in Full Oregon is led by Tom Kohl, a retired Washington County Judge, and Rich Jones, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Worship Center in Hillsboro. […]
Abigail Forsyth, who was planning on moving out this morning, woke up to discover three of her tires had been stolen. This is by far the worst semester Corban has ever had with a shockingly large number of break-ins.
The End of the Year Party brought the community together and promoted rejoicing and relaxation before dead week.