What’s Up with the Art in Joe’s?

by Tirzah Lee, correspondent Over the last few weeks, a display of Moody students’ art has been displayed at Joe’s. These works of unframed imagination were a chance for students to participate in an Art Society

From the Editors of Thin Space: Crux

Our submissions are currently open for theologically informed art based on the theme Crux. All submissions are due December 8th at midnight. Tell us stories about moments of critical decision. Show us images that give flesh to the cruxes in your life and the life of your community.

What Classes Should I Choose?

It’s that time of year again! Spring registration is fast approaching and students are starting to consider their options and requirements for next semester’s classes. The variety can be overwhelming, but fellow students are eager to offer advice for choosing next semester’s schedule.

Moody Students Running the Chicago Marathon

by Tirzah Walker, 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

How People Felt about the Missions Conference Theme

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

This Year’s Changes in the SDR

This Year’s Changes in the SDR

For Greg Dickson, the overseer of all of food service and Joe’s coffee shop, easing into a new school year means finding new ways to best serve the students and faculty of Moody.

Intramural Frisbee: What’s Happening This Year?

by Wyatt English, correspondent Intramural frisbee is in full swing at Moody Bible Institute. Bro-Sis teams compete with each other in Solheim every week, looking toward the season’s culmination in a single elimination tournament. According to Hope

Chapman Center Construction Time-lapse

Dr. Gauger's office overlooks the new Chapman Center construction site. He has been taking timelapse photos and shared them with us.

Study Abroad: UK/ Ireland

by Wyatt English, correspondent This past summer, students from Moody spent two and a half months traveling around the United Kingdom and Ireland. While on tour, students visited historic locations such as Edinburgh, Oxford, Belfast,

The Broke Student’s Guide to Chicago

by Kai Newell, correspondent Money is often limited for college students. Living in downtown Chicago presents unique challenges when it comes to finding new and interesting ways to spend free time. However, the city has

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