By Brendan Fugere Returning to school for the Spring semester is always a time of unique emotions, stresses, and excitements. For me, one thing dominated my attention. When I came to Corban for my Freshman year, I made the decision to put my background in sports behind me. Instead, I decided to pursue a longstanding […]
By: Megan Lindsey This story first appeared in the March 2020 edition of the Hilltop. “Coronavirus” is the new buzzword around campus–and for good reason. It’s a mutated bug that has taken the world by storm, moving from a local outbreak in Wuhan, China, to being declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization […]
This story first appeared in the February 2020 edition of the Hilltop. Former Mr. Van Gilder, Grant Goodwin, passed on the golden hammer last Friday night to an unexpected winner, underclassman Luke Walker. In fact, titles of both Mr. Van Gilder and Mr. Pink Plunger were awarded to underclassmen, an unprecedented event in the history […]
This story first appeared in the December 2019 edition of the Hilltop. Stereotypes can cause harm, but what can we do about them unless they are confronted? Last issue, the Hilltop published an article discussing the stereotypes, true or not, that student athletes face as the largest group on campus. This issue, we want to […]
This story first appeared in the October 2019 edition of the Hilltop. In high school, the week before Homecoming is dubbed spirit week. During the week, different themes get picked for each day and students are encouraged to dress up accordingly. Popular themes include America, pajamas, throwback, and school colors. This year, Corban brought […]
Lydia Deathrage reports on her experience at the inauguration of president elect, Donald Trump, and the less than appropriate conduct of her fellow attendees.
Fundraiser flyers for MOD Pizza.
The life of a fast food employee isn’t easy, and Kelsey Leavitt knows this from first-hand experience. This witty and eye-opening essay tells of her experiences, the good, the bad, and the messy.
What’s the basis of a resolution, and why do they so often fail? Rebekah Peters did some studying of the word and some reflection in her own life and has come to look at “resolve” in a new light.
Senior Mare Suddarth shares about her experiences in résumé building and offers an encouragement to any peers struggling with this. She also provides helpful information to learning how to create your résumé.