One Corban student’s mission trip to China resulted in a long road to adopting a Chinese boy into his family.
Many students come from a broken or divorced home. Ally Brudevold, a junior CLT, started an endeavor that connects and supports these students that will allow them to heal.
With WOW week fresh in the minds of Corban students, many missionaries have stories to tell that should not go unnoticed. Daryl Hanson, a missionary with Saints Equipped to Evangelize, leads summer mission trips to Italy where teams minister through performing mimes, puppet shows, and distributing tracts
Behind every great man there is a great woman… or at least an encouraging Balyo sister.
Meet New Executive Manager of Security, Seth Elliot, who is tightening the safety on campus.
Craig Johnson, a senior at Corban, tells his story of his journey with autism and how he has overcome its challenges.
Have you ever imagined the Mona Lisa combined with Monet’s White Water Lilies, becoming the Monet Lisa? How about Paul Revere contemplating the bust of Abraham Lincoln rather than a teapot? These combinations are what drive the creative new collection of art in Corban’s Psalm Center art gallery.
Corban junior Jake Bowdoin shares his story of living in Uganda and competing on Uganda Christian University’s track team last semester.
Changes in Student Organizations on Corban’s campus came with the beginning of the school year and a new ASB team. ASB Organizations Coordinator David Holcomb wants to see Student Organizations thrive this year more than ever before.
Auditioning for one of America’s most popular TV shows, American Idol, is extremely intimidating to most singers. Most would opt for playing in a small low-pressure environment…say, at Corban’s Open Mic Night. But for freshman singer songwriter Tamara Evans, who braved the large crowds and ultra-critical judges to try out for AI, playing at Corban Open Mic Night is much more challenging.