By: Amity Duke You get an engagement ring! You get an engagement ring! You get a wedding! Wedding! Wedding! Wedding! Promise ring! Pregnancy! Wedding photos to post on Instagram every day for a year! I don’t know if it’s because I’m 22, because I have a lot of friends in “that” stage of life, or […]
On Wednesday, April 10, students gathered on the library steps to hold a silent protest meant to raise awareness about the needs of Corban’s LGBTQ+ community. One student shares about her thoughts on and participation in this event.
A student invites us to appreciate professors for the work they do on our behalf.
Your mom’s birthday is on Valentine’s Day and your significant other expects a romantic date. What do you do? A Corban student tells us how he deals with precisely this situation.
Corban administration has made the decision to let history professor Josh Rice go. Read a student’s response to this announcement and the accompanying budget situation.
Accusations can ruin lives. So can trauma. This satire reports on how Marcus Payne’s life may be altered entirely by recent murder allegations.
Ashlyn Rollins seeks to change how the world sees elderly people. Using examples from Scripture, she reminds us that people have value at every stage of life.
Charlotte Van Werven draws attention to the culturally-constructed ideas surrounding femininity and masculinity and questions their validity.
Student excitement is high as transitioning weather indicates the spring season.
Megan Trahan reflects on how her experience at True North Corps’ annual Breakaway retreat has helped her learn to let go of the controls.