Corban University with Paid in Full Oregon is putting a fully accredited four-year college program for inmates in the Oregon State Correctional Institution starting in the fall of 2019. Paid in Full Oregon is led by Tom Kohl, a retired Washington County Judge, and Rich Jones, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Worship Center in Hillsboro. […]
The print edition of the September 2014 issue featuring: rewording the drinking policy, CLT, and The Maze Runner.
The print edition of the April 2014 issue featuring: changes on campus, the Noah movie, and the world vision controversy.
Lacie Wheeler shares about the gender expectations we don’t normally think of when it comes to crying.
For the second year, Balyo Battles was open to the public. Each hall donned a unique color and fought to the end in an intense dodge ball tournament.
Corban’s men’s soccer team is looking to widen their team with the addition of 8 to 10 new players next season.
The print edition of the March 2014 issue featuring: the Balyo/Davidson merge, the new ASB team, and Crimea.
The print edition of the January 2014 issue featuring: Spiritual busyness, Snapchat, and student songwriters.
On Mon. Jan. 20 over 300 Corbanites spent their day off serving the Salem community.
A listing of local and Corban events happening in the month of January.