New to Corban University’s faculty this year is criminal justice professor Alan Scharn, a locally and nationally renowned investigator.
Corban Alum Mark Flores reflects back on his time at Corban and how he is transitioning into life after college.
Yoshua Gombo is not an average student here at Corban. His home is 12,718 miles away in Wamena, Papua Indonesia.
Just because freshmen and transfers are new on campus does not mean they are immune to certain mishaps. From tripping on the plentiful stairs to spilling food in the dining hall, new students share their stories of moments gone wrong during their first few weeks at Corban.
After fighting in the Iraq war, Stephen Novak is serving the Lord at Corban, and looking forward to a future with both Christ and the military.
How is it possible to manage Corban’s bookstore full time, while also being a full-time mother? Heather Martin has found a way.
Three of Corban’s international students answer some questions about themselves and the differences between their home countries and America.
On Sept. 2, freshman Lindsey Kariker was sworn into the Reserve Officer Training Corps, ROTC, in front of Corban University’s Psalm Performing Arts Center. She joins four other Corban students who have took an oath to support and defend the United States Constitution and its citizens and will become military officers upon graduation.
Day in, and day out, Dan Anderson works magic on Corban’s technological systems. But he also has a reputation for his magic tricks, which he uses to share the gospel with kids.
He has the biggest smile around; someone who loves life to the fullest and brings his intense personality to everything he undertakes. Louis-Claude Nguea-Njoh is a Cameroonian national who came to the U.S. to pursue soccer at the college level.
“I actually swam all the way across,” he said with a laugh.