The science of the bowl

by Andrew Cullen art and culture editor Eating involves all five senses. We taste the sweetness of honey, we see the bright colors of fruit, we hear the crunch of a freshly baked baguette, we

Blazing a new trail for pizza

by Andrew Cullen art & culture editor      Living in Chicago and ordering pizza often means eating at one of Chicago’s many deep-dish restaurants. However, not everyone likes deep-dish pizza and it can be

The Digest: The truth about the table

Where food and fellowship are shared by Andrew Cullen art & culture editor     Everyone has to eat to live. Along with clothing, shelter and water, food is one of the four necessities of life. Eating

When Cupid and chocolate collide

Exploring the correlation between love and the cacao bean by Andrew Cullen art & culture editor For almost two centuries, Valentine’s Day and chocolate have been closely associated. The celebration of Valentine’s Day as a romantic holiday

The Digest: A distaste for gluttony

Discerning the heart’s attitude towards food by Andrew Cullen campus and city editor Tis’ the season to be … a glutton. With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror and Christmas quickly approaching, we find ourselves bombarded with enticing entrées

Men’s soccer finishes second

by Andrew Cullen campus & city  editor The Moody men’s soccer team has returned from the NCCAA DII National Championships as the national runner-up. In the national quarterfinal, the Archers defeated Hillsdale Free Will Baptist

Are we mistaken about bacon?

Research reveals the consequences of consuming too much meat by Andrew Cullen campus and city editor I often hear students complaining about the meat served in the SDR. They complain about the quality of the meat,

The Digest: The truth about coffee, simple is better

by Andrew Cullen sports editor Freshly ground whole bean organic coffee is inherently healthy to drink, but coffee has the potential to be unhealthy depending upon how it is prepared. With the rise of coffee consumption,

Hello from your sports editor

by Andrew Cullen sports editor Welcome to the Moody Bible Institute in the great city of Chicago! My name is Andrew and I’m stoked for the upcoming year and the opportunity to get to meet

Pope Francis’ remarks about Armenia offends Turkey

by Andrew Cullen correspondent April 24 marked the 100th anniversary of the World War I massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turkish forces. The Christian Post reported that in the 1915 massacre, 1.5 million Armenians were

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