What’s Happening in the Corban Community this Week?!

Spanish Club Meets Soon!

Tuesday, February 25th 7:00-8:00 p.m. in PV 108.  All are welcome!  Come on out and sing a Spanish worship song, learn a bit about culture and Catholicism, and participate in a Spanish language activity according to your language ability.  Beginners – advanced welcome.  Snacks and drinks provided.  Contact Valerie Geer with questions.


Upcoming Campus Recreation events:

Intramural Events

  • Co-Ed Indoor Soccer: Registrations close the 21st of February at 5pm.
  • Badminton Two-Day Tournament:  Registrations close the 25th of February at 5pm

Outdoor Adventure

  • Ice Skating Event: Registrations close the 13th of March at 4pm.  Only 22 spots left.


“Show Don’t Tell”

The show will go on! Sunday February 23rd at 7pm in the Psalm Center!
Questions? Contact asb@corban.edu


Bookstore Disc Golf Tournament

March 1st at 9am 

  • 18 holes
  • shotgun start
  • best throw format
  • 4 man groups
  • $5 entry each player at Bookstore sign up
  • $100 group 1st prize and other tier prizes



Grad Finale: RESCHEDULED for Thursday, February 20, 2014 from 2:30 – 6:30 pm.  For more information about Grad Finale please visit our webpage:  http://www.corban.edu/commencement/grad-finale-everything-degree  Grad Images, our commencement photographer will be available to take your picture at this event!


Musically Speaking……

14th Annual Hymn Festival – Jesus Our Friend and Savior!
Thursday, February 20 and Friday, February 21 at 7:30 PM
First Presbyterian Church
770 Chemeketa St NE, Salem
Come join in singing praise to our Lord.
Our worship will be accompanied by the Corban Choir and Orchestra.


Corban Experience Refueled!

Feb. 23-24 is the newly scheduled Corban Experience. If you had signed up to host please let Jared Hernandez know at jhernandez@corban.edu a.s.a.p. if you are still able to host or not. Thank you for your flexibility!


Corban’s Theater Department presents…..

Anne of Green Gables
March 13-15 and 20-22
Matinees at 10:30am on the 13th and 15th
Evening shows at 7:00pm on the 14th-15th and 20th-22nd
Tickets are $10 for students and may be purchased at the bookstore or at the door
Doors open ½ hour before the performance



The Never-Ending Story of Male and Female
Wed., Feb. 19, 9 – 11 p.m.
Emitte Center
In the beginning God created man and woman. Ever since, we humans have been asking questions. “Loveology” is an exploration of what the Bible has to say about the never-ending story of male and female. This Corban community-only event, especially for singles, will feature in-depth discussion about singleness and marriage from “Loveology” author John Mark Comer. Comer serves as lead pastor at Bridgetown: A Jesus Church, which is part of a family of churches formally known as Solid Rock in Portland, OR. Bridgetown is unique in that about half of the 6,000-member church is made up of educated, unmarried college students and twenty-somethings. After he speaks, Comer will host a lively, anything goes Q&A session. Come and discover the theology of love, ask questions about sex and romance, and maybe even learn something new about God’s purpose for you.


What Happened to the Corbanator?!

The Corbanator did not meet on Feb. 6, due to the snow and the school closure!
As a result, the workshop will meet Feb. 13, 20, and 27 and March 6.
So… you still have time to register and take advantage of a workshop that will help you with grammar and punctuation.

  • Go to the registrar’s office and sign up for En 091, a one-credit course.
  • Cost = zero
  • Tests = zero
  • Homework = zero

The workshop will meet in AC4422 from 5-6 p.m. on the Thursdays as indicated.