Chicago’s warm winter raises questions about global warming

by Andrea Stimmel correspondent Global warming has become a complicated and highly debated issue facing world leaders today. National Geographic has confirmed that the Earth is already showing many signs of climate change. This can be

Three new majors including ministry to victims of sexual exploitation

by Andrea Stimmel correspondent Three new majors are being offered at Moody this coming fall: ministry to victims of sexual exploitation, church planting and renewal ministry and Bible secondary education. Pam MacRae, assistant professor of

Common sense in the windy city

by Andrea Stimmel senior communications major Chicago, like any urban city, has both safe and dangerous places. In Chicago, low-income housing projects and million-dollar new construction areas are often separated only by one busy street.

US ends war in Iraq, Afghanistan war continues; Peterson comments

by Andrea Stimmel, correspondent U.S. Defense Secretary, Leon E. Panetta, declared the war in Iraq over on Dec. 15, 2011. The conflict began with the invasion of Iraq in March 2003 by the U.S. and

City offers skating rinks for recreation

by Andrea Stimmel, staff writer Chicago operates several ice rinks throughout the city during the winter months. The skating season runs from mid-November through the end of February, but ultimately depends on the weather. These

Cheer for the other blue team: DePaul

by Shelby Miller Only three Brown Line stops north of Moody’s campus (toward Kimball) is the Lincoln Park campus of DePaul University, home of the DePaul Blue Demons. Once known as the “a small little

Flooding in Asia kills hundreds

  by Andrea Stimmel, staff writer Since July, over 745 people have died in the flooding in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and the Philippines. According to CNN, Thailand has been hit the hardest. Over 8 million people

Former Korean marine, Kevin Bae finishes school search by coming to Moody

by Andrea Stimmel, staff writer “I didn’t study in school. I hung out with students who were bad. I was rebellious,” said Kevin Bae, senior biblical languages student from Taegu, South Korea. He said the

Mexican Drug War continues after four years of violence, 34,600 deaths

by Andrea Stimmel, staff writer On Sept. 20, 2011, masked gunmen blocked traffic to dump the bodies of 35 murder victims on a main road in Boca del Rio, Mexico, as civilians watched in horror.

Behind the counter: get to know CPO

by Andrea Stimmel, staff writer Have you ever met your post office workers? The Campus Post Office is just one of three areas of Moody’s Mail Services, which includes the Copy Center and the Mail