MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH….TURKEY TROT…10:00 A.M.!!!
Show up to Schimmel to take part in the Turkey Trot, a unique race where students, faculty, and staff come together and celebrate the hard work of the semester and express our thankfulness for what is most important to us. So on Monday come wearing the best costume or race gear you have and race with us to celebrate this momentous event and even get a FREE t-shirt!
AN INVITATION TO BALLROOM DANCE!
Attention, students, staff and faculty:
You are cordially invited to “Open Dance” Wednesday, December 3rd, at noon, in the gym! Jeanette Richards, the instructor for the class, says everyone is invited to come and dance during their class time that day! They will be playing Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Cha Cha and Swing music. No problem if you don’t know how to dance, she will be giving mini lessons, or the current students of the class can help with teaching the steps.
Come on...give it a whirl! (You know you want to!)
THIS WEEK’S $5 CONTEST QUESTION!!!!
Do you know the answer? First one to the Student Life Desk with the right answer wins $5 CASH!
Who was the Provost before Dr. Matt Lucas? (Hint : there is a tree planted on campus in this person’s honor.)
• We’re cheering you on, graduating seniors! Keep up the good work, you’re almost there.
• December 2014 grads: Your Reach is due by the first Friday in December
• May 2015 grads: Your Reach is due by the first Friday in April
Go to the Reach page of Converge (under “My Courses”) to register.
WARRIOR ATHLETICS THIS WEEKEND!
- Friday: Men’s Basketball vs. Simpson University @7:30pm
- Saturday: Watch the Corban Men’s Soccer team play in the NAIA National Tournament on a big screen in the Emitte Center in Schimmel Hall. Game time is set for 11am, but the doors will open at 10:30am for all viewers. ASB IS PROVIDING SNACKS!
- Saturday: Men’s Basketball vs. New Hope Christian College @7pm
JUST TWO CHANCES LEFT TO SEE – CAMELOT!
Tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 in the Psalm Center! You will NOT be disappointed in this display of fine music theatre! Come be amazed at your fellow students talent.
General Admission: $15
Sr. Citizen, students & groups of 10 or more: $12
CORBAN MUSIC…COMING YOUR WAY
All performances are free and in the Psalm Center.
- General Student Recital at noon on December 2nd featuring music students performing solos.
- Christmas Concerts by the Corban Music Department…you will leave these performances in the Christmas spirit…guaranteed!
Friday, December 5th at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 6th at 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm.
DEPRESSION: DON’T MISS OUT
In a highly anticipated talk, author and psychologist Dr. Gary Lovejoy spoke to a capacity crowd in Corban’s Psalm Performing Arts Center about depression—fiction and facts. If you missed his talk, you can catch it online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laWPRKSi-o4. Then consider sharing Dr. Lovejoy’s message URL: with others via your favorite social media channel(s).
Library hours for the week of Thanksgiving break (11/23-11/30) will be:
Sunday 11/23: 1:30PM-Midnight (normal)
Monday 11/24: 7:30AM-11PM (normal)
Tuesday 11/25: 7:30AM-5PM
Wednesday 11/26 through Saturday 11/29: CLOSED
Sunday 11/30: 2PM-Midnight (regular hours resume)
YOUR PHOTOS CAN BE IN THE YEARBOOK!
A new program — SNAP! – is available for yearbook. YOU can download photos for the yearbook to include.
We are especially looking for action photos, not posed photos or selfies. We know lots of fun, interesting, exciting, humorous things happen on campus, and our photographers can’t be everywhere. When you submit your photos, you will get photo credit in the yearbook, too.
Here are the directions:
1) Go to yearbookforever.com
2) Click on Community Upload
3) Type in Corban (it will show you Corban College — we plan to get that corrected).
4) It will ask you for the code, which is Corban.
5) Download your photos!
It’s that easy! Sending your action/candid photos (no selfies please) will help the yearbook staff to fill the book with GREAT photos, and it will enable you to see YOUR photos in the yearbook. Any questions email Professor Ellen Kersey.
COME TO AMBEX!!! (You won’t regret it!)
If you want to have the best semester of your life… GO TO AMBEX! You can do this while receiving a full semester load of classes!
Why would you not want to Study Abroad with your friends, see the world, and experience God’s creation in a whole new way?!!
There is going to be one last Ambex luncheon in early December, in the Oakland room of Aramark before the end of the semester! Anyone who is interested in Ambex, COME! The specific time is to be determined … STAY TUNED!
If you have any questions, contact Mallory Malot and Lisa Ross your Study Abroad Ambassador’s! http://www.ambex.org
IMPORTANT INFO FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
FINAL EXAMS: December 8 – 11: If you are unsure when your final exam is scheduled, please check this link for scheduled times:
RESCHEDULING A FINAL: Rescheduling a final is an option only when there is an unavoidable emergency, if you have two exams scheduled at the same time, have more than three exams in one day or a documented disability. Please stop by the Registrar’s Office if you need to reschedule your exam.
SPRING SEMESTER REGISTRATION: All students should be registered for their spring semester classes. If you have not registered please take time to this before you leave for Christmas break.
HAVE YOU APPLIED TO GRADUATE? Time is running out…The last day to submit your graduation application to the Registrar’s Office is Monday, December 1, 2014. Application are still available for pick up in the Registrar’s Office.
Spring Semester Class Registration: Students if you are still looking to add an HP course to your schedule we have just added Ballet: HP131BL which will meet on Monday and Wednesday from 1 – 1:50 pm
NOTE FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:
We would love to get you registered for Spring!!
Anyone with a financial HOLD on their account will not be able to complete their schedule. Before you see your advisor, please come see Financial Services so we can assist you with the payment process, and clear you for registration.
• If you have questions regarding your semester balance, or need to make an online payment, click here for access your Student Tuition Account. You can also reach us at (503)375-7030 or email@example.com.
• Having trouble making an online payment go to https://media.corban.edu/ds9/files/Online-Payment-Instructions_1.pdf.
• If you need to research additional outside loan options you can contact the Financial Aid Office at (503) 375-7006 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
• It is not too late to apply for a Monthly Payment Plan. Maybe a combination of loans and payments will provide the solution you need. If you don’t come by we can’t make you aware of all your options.
Financial Services is open Monday through Friday, between 9:00 and 4:00 on the first floor of Schimmel.
We would be happy to assist you!!
CLT STUDENT INITIATIVES PRESENTS:
WARNING! There’s a fire on campus on December 4th!
YOU can help by keeping old school papers and handouts ready.
Stay tuned. S’more details to come.
With your help, we can burn through Dead Week.
CLT PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT TEAM PRESENTS: SERVE SALEM’S HOMELESS
Saturday December 6th (Carpool at 2:00 p.m.)
Providing winter clothes, warm drinks and friendship to the homeless. Drop off your clothing contribution to the Library on the bottom floor.
“Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.” John 13:35
Corban 3.1 Run:
The sky was gray and gloomy on September 27th but 14 brave students woke up at the crack of dawn to run their hearts out. 10 women and 4 men ran the windy trail and as their heart rates rose and the adrenaline rush was pulsing through their bodies – 3 fast students took home a trophy for their victory.
First Place registered competitive female runner: Liz Reardon (22:52)
First place registered competitive male runner: Drew Larabee (22:38)
First place for registered recreation female runner: Hannah Johnson (38:17)
Students had a blast coming out & releasing some energy in a friendly competitive manner.
It was Wednesday October 1st when competing teams trucked down Warrior drive to the Intramural field to give it all they had to decide the title. Standing champions 2 years in a row, Top Geer and a highly competitive team, as did The Baggenstos who were there to bring it. The Baggenstos gave it all they had and stole the title of champions for Ultimate Frisbee Intramurals 2014.
18 hole 4 player Disc Golf Tournament:
Three teams took it to the Corban Disc Golf course and enjoyed the beautiful 80-degree weather on Friday October 3rd 2014. 11 men and 1 women took on the challenge of 18 holes to define the Fall 2014 Corban Disc Golf Champions. We enjoyed seeing the faces of our alumni out there with the Corban Students and Staff playing the course starting the Homecoming and Alumni Weekend off right.
A new sport was presented this year to the Corban community… SPIKE BALL! A combination of speed and accuracy is needed for this intense sport and 10 brave teams of 2 arose from the student body to take on the challenges of this sport. These teams faced great matches every Tuesday and Thursday night until the last night. It was 9p.m. when Chase Silver & Timothy Yee representing team Dustin Cooper, and Micah Leatuyer & Barrett James representing team Fresh Meat, came to one last match. And the champion of Corban’s first ever Spike Ball Intramural went to… Fresh Meat!