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January 1, 2021

Corban Receives $745,500 Grant from Murdock Trust

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In the fall of 2019, the Murdock Trust invited Corban and a select number of schools to a colloquium focused on leading for change in higher education.


December 22, 2020

Corban Music Department Plans Its Return

“We need music. There’s a certain aspect of being human that nothing else reflects as well as music,” says Associate Professor of Music Mark Stanek. Since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, music


December 19, 2020

A Global Mission: Corban’s Pastoral Training Program in Africa

Back in 2010, Corban’s administration was looking for a way to expand the School of Ministry’s graduate program. They planned for something servant-hearted yet straightforward,


December 2, 2020

Betty Balyo, Beloved Friend of Corban and Wife of Former President Dr. John G. Balyo, Passes Away

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our beloved friend and advocate, Betty Balyo. Betty was a devoted mother, grandmother, constant friend to the University, and loving wife to former University President, Dr. John G. Balyo.


November 9, 2020

“The Comedy of Errors” Unleashes the Power of Creativity in Overcoming Obstacles

This line, spoken by Antipholus of Syracuse, one of the play’s focal twins, might resonate with audiences in this year as much as in any year since the first staging of Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors in 1594


November 2, 2020

Corban Theatre Channels Uncommon Creativity for Fall Play

“It’s the definition of creativity to take what you have available and make something out of it,” says Director of Theatre Arts, Tamara McGinnis. “We are doing something completely new, and that is rare.”


October 27, 2020

Corban’s New Campus Care Initiative Gives Back to Students

This year, Corban University has pulled three major campus operation areas—janitorial, groundskeeping, and facilities maintenance—in house.


October 1, 2020

A Ministry of Giving: Marvin and Danalee Leadham

Marvin Leadham (class of ’57) couldn’t sleep. Recently two of the missionaries he supported were set to retire from the field, leaving him with what he considered to be a new hole in his giving


September 17, 2020

Moving in Faith: Madison Shares Her Experience as a Transfer Student During a Global Pandemic

“I really wanted to be at Corban, so why are you putting me somewhere else?” This was the question Madison Nieuwendorp asked God on an hour-long drive back from Corban’s campus.


August 26, 2020

Convocation 2020: Together, Six Feet Apart

The ancient call of the shofar did not ring out across the campus. The droning skirl of bagpipes could not be heard echoing off the clock tower. Dr. Jim Hills couldn’t be seen leading a colorful procession of faculty toward the Psalm Center



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