Remembering John McCain

by Tirzah Walker, correspondent On Jan. 3, 1987, John Sidney McCain took office as U.S. Senator of Arizona. On Aug. 25, 2018, John Sidney McCain left that seat vacant after his death at the age of

Tongsung Kido: Korean Corporate Prayer

Tongsung kido, or pray aloud, is a method of prayer popular in the South Korean church, where the congregation comes together for a specific amount of time, interceding or supplicating for others.

Two Sides of the Same Bitcoin

by Noah Riggenbach, business manager Once a topic seldom discussed by the general public, Bitcoin has recently reached new heights in popularity. As a result, many people are left wondering, “What is Bitcoin and is it

The No-Pain Abortion Bill

by Hannah Snoeyink, correspondent The United States House of Representatives passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act on Tuesday, October 3. This act bans abortions after 20 weeks into a pregnancy with a couple of exceptions.

Osteen and Open Doors

by Molly Dashiell, world editor Hurricane season has just started this year, and already the Atlantic Ocean has seen incredible destruction on islands and coastal lands alike. Hurricane Harvey hit Texas incredibly hard, and thousands lost

Hurricane Harvey at Moody

by Kai Newell, correspondent Hurricane Harvey caused widespread damage in Houston, costing the economy an estimated $190 billion, according to AccuWeather. ABC reports that over 185,000 homes were damaged or destroyed by the storm. Moody Bible

Lincoln Park Zoo Lights up the Holiday

by Sarah Slayman, correspondent Starting in late November, there is more to enjoy at the Lincoln Park Zoo than just the wildlife. At that time, the park invites friends and families to enjoy their annual

Two Sides of the Same Coin

Increase of hate crimes due to results of Brexit and U.S. elections by Daniel Henry, correspondent In the weeks after the Brexit vote, the U.K. saw a significant spike in hate crimes. There was a 46

Amending Foreign Ties

A new dawn for U.S. – Russia relations by Adam Helfer, correspondent “New Cold War? Russia, U.S. Relations At Lowest Point Since 1970s,” reads a headline from a NBC News article on Oct. 5, 2016. The

What Happens When You Vote

An overview of the electoral stages by Jonathan Sumettikul, world editor with additional reporting by David Prichard, correspondent On Tuesday the 8th of November, the 2016 U.S. presidential election took place. The United States’ election process can