Living healthy while attending college

Andrew Cullen sports & health editor Maintaining a healthy lifestyle in college seems paradoxical. In the minds of most people, going to college inevitably means stay- ing up into the late hours of the night

Grant Park- a concrete haven for Chicagoans

by Jonathan Huang staff writer As the summer draws to a close, one of Grant Park’s latest innovations, a skate park, continues to bustle with young Chicagoans who congregate daily to ride its pewter-gray terrain. Located

When words are insufficient

by Ian Cranston correspondent Many Christians have pondered Mercy Me’s lyric, “Will I dance for you Jesus, or in awe of you be still?” For senior communications major Sarah Zeigler the answer comes im- mediately:

Women’s volleyball off to a strong start

by Kordell Thompson correspondent On Friday, Sept. 4, the Moody Archers women’s volleyball team recorded its third loss for the season against Judson College. Despite the loss, Moody has accumulated an impressive 4-3 record. The Archers opened their

Fall kickoff: Men’s soccer slips up, while women’s volleyball slams home

by Kordell Thompson correspondent As the rain started to come down on the pitch during a cool Saturday afternoon, the Moody men knew that they had a tough task ahead of them. The pace and control

Extra-alarm fires destroy Second City’s offices in Old Town

by Jonathan Huang staff writer A multiple-alarm fire destroyed the office apartments of Old Town’s famed Second City theatre company on Wednesday afternoon. Four firefighters were injured but listed in stable condition according to the

Moody Archers Prepare for Season during Orientation Week

by Jon Forsythe sports layout editor All three fall Moody athletic teams began their preseason camps on Tuesday. The women’s cross country, men’s soccer and women’s volleyball teams each have national championship aspirations. The women’s cross

Faculty returns to campus for two-day Institute

by unsigned Orientation week began a day early for the faculty of Moody Bible Institute with a day-long training seminar titled “A Path to Caring.” Led by Moody Theological Seminary’s Gary D. Chapman Chair John