Moody students organize run to combat human trafficking

by Chris Leiberman correspondent Inspired during Mission’s Conference by the powerful message of fighting human trafficking, one group of Moody students has found a practical way to get the student body involved in battling this

Moody Debate Society achieves milestone success at Stanford competition

by Dillon Mack news editor Over spring break, our school sent multiple teams of debaters to compete at universities around the country. Among these debaters were Jorgen Rehn, senior theology major, and his sister Anneliise

“Noah” combines biblical narrative, extra-biblical accounts

by Andy Decker correspondent There’s been no small amount of controversy surrounding Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” in the months building up to its release, all but guaranteeing that, good or bad, it would be one of

Confessions of a bearded man

Note: This editorial was originally featured in Vol. 79:9.5, published on April 1st. Senior year of high school, I began experimenting. Even though I knew I shouldn’t, I was intrigued about trying beards. One night I was out

Realizing unrecognized rewards of Solheim’s often unknown aerobics area

by Zoe Whyte correspondent Everyone knows exercise is good for them, but for students, it can be hard to find the motivation. A trendy new theory, as research shows, says proper brain function relies in

Healthy tea trends are ‘steeping’ the nation

by Zoe Whyte correspondent The forefathers of this country, the British settlers, were pretty serious about their tea. One of the first strikes the tea-loving colonists made against the Crown was to dump an overtaxed

Arizona governor vetoes controversial bill after constant demonstrations

by Dillon Mack news editor Since the passing of Arizona Senate Bill 1062 on Thursday, Feb. 21, Governor Jan Brewer faced massive pressure to veto what many called a discriminatory bill. The bill, according to

Students shoulder heavy task of leading chapel worship

by Chris Lieberman correspondent As pilgrims in a faith journey enduring the highs and lows of a Christian walk, the Moody student body weekly approaches chapel’s musical worship sessions with all sorts of baggage. Some

Health Service answers questions for students’ benefit

by Jelyn Leyva correspondent Because of confined spaces and lack of fresh air, sickness is more common in the winter season than any other. One would do well to learn how to treat it –

Civil unrest continues in Ukraine, alumnus comments

by Dillon Mack news editor Ukraine plummeted into civil unrest last November when Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych backed out of a deal with the European Union in order to maintain closer relations with Russia, according