The new housing policy has raised a variety of concerns from students. The Hilltop would like to hear from you.
Ashlyn Rollins reports on student reactions to the new housing policy to be implemented in the 2018-19 school year, the impact on personal finances and plans, and the discourse between students and administration.
A housing policy change for the 2018-2019 school year may require up to 80 students to move back on campus.
Ashlyn Rollins and Charlotte Van Werven report on the significance of students’ “End the Silence” event regarding sexual harassment on campus.
Lily Shaver describes the winning acts of Corban’s Got Talent Show and the impact the event had on visitors on campus for Corban Experience.
Ashlyn Rollins covers the new class offered at Corban, Women in Ministry, taught by Angie Hilker, which focuses on the value of women in service.
Hannah Haas reports on the unique atmosphere of the Intercultural Art Night and the effect of the unity of languages and nationalities on worship.
The Hilltop remembers Esther Ybarra and the impact she made on everyone she came into contact with throughout her life.
Elyssa Fahndrich covers the 2017 Hoff School of Business Dean’s Reception, where professors, guest speakers and potential employers encouraged students to create connections and build their brand.
A large grass fire appeared in the field across from Corban University on Monday, Sept. 11 around 2 p.m. The fire did not affect Corban’s campus, thanks to emergency crews and the direction of the wind.