by McKayla Bane, copy editor Need a break from the craziness of school but don’t know where to go? Do you want to have fun but have no desire to spend lots of money? Read on
by Matt Connolly, nation and world editor This summer, while students were all over the world, facilities was back here on campus working diligently on multiple projects. Of course, you will soon see the beautiful walkway we
by Nathaniel Moore, managing editor Well, it’s time for another semester to begin. The cross-plaza shrieks have begun, and the weary whirring of the elevators has resumed. I should introduce myself: I’m Culby room 416. Summers are always
Dr. Jori Jennings designed Moody’s production of Into the Woods to be an experience for Moody students going through the major transitions of this past academic year in preparation for the changes of the upcoming one. The dress rehearsal and four showings were filled up and sold out weeks before the performance.
The Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), one of the largest American societies for evangelical scholars, honored a Moody senior at this year’s ETS Midwest Regional Conference with a first-place win in its student essay submission contest. Senior biblical studies major, Connor Ham, took first place with his paper, “Where the Scholars Disagree.”
As the semester draws to a close, students across campus prepare to say goodbye to floormates. With the senior class preparing to graduate, many floors will be left without Residential Assistants (RAs). Yet Moody is filled with willing, qualified individuals ready fill those positions.
Theology of Remembrance tackled the issue of colorism, a form of bigotry that is rarely talked about. Poets illustrated and testified to how they had been hurt by individuals of their own ethnicity for being too dark or too light. Artists displayed how Western beauty standards have left them feeling ugly in their darkened skin. People shared personal stories of wounds from colorism, wounds often inflicted by their own families.