by Tirzah Walker, correspondent Classic films become a hot topic around this season. Many students will claim “White Christmas” or “It’s a Wonderful Life” as their Christmas movie favorite. Some may hunker down in an open
Moody has a plethora of creative and expressive students gifted in many performing arts, from musicians to poets. If you are one of these and have been aching for an opportunity to express your work and talent but are frustrated with Joe’s Live filling up so quickly, Uncommon Ground Café offers two venues a week for artists in the city to express their love and passion for life.
“I don’t know how to tell you all this, but there will not be a women’s basketball season this year,” said Daniel Dunn, Moody’s Program Head and Athletic Director, at a recent women’s basketball team meeting. His announcement left the players speechless, hurt, and confused. They had been blindsided by the news.
by Tirzah Lee, correspondent On Sunday, October 8th, Moody students awoke to ringing cowbells and cheering spectators, the sound of the 40th Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Runners from more than 100 countries and all 50
by Jessi Bee, correspondent On September 8, 2017, the MBI Missions Conference Facebook page updated their profile picture. The photograph displayed a female warrior, dressed in chainmail, head tipped back and donning an elaborate helmet. Across