Vista Tower brings changes to Chicago’s skyline

by Andrew Flores staff writer Chicago mayor Rahm Emmanuel announced on May 2nd that construction will soon begin on a 93-story building that will become Chicago’s third-tallest building. The Vista Tower will stand nearly 1,200 feet

New role familiar face

New Associate Dean of Students announced by Andrew Flores staff writer Many students already know Rachel Monfette. You’ve probably received several emails from her regarding housing or turned in your off-campus housing forms to her office.

Outcry 2016 Comes to Chicago Area

by Andrew Flores, staff writer   The Outcry Tour made a stop in Chicagoland on April 17, 2016. Hillsong United, Kari Jobe, Jesus Culture, Elevation Worship, Martin Smith and Brian Houston brought worship and teaching to

Bon Voyage: Students’ ministry trip to Muslims in Europe

by Andrew Flores guest writer “Bonjour, voulez-vous du café ou du thé?” asks a young American standing next to a small table outside of the Metro in Lille, France. A confused commuter takes off his

Moody Bible Institute seeking to adjust zoning

by Andrew Flores staff writer Public Notices about zoning have been posted all over campus the last several weeks due to MBI Chicago campus’ future planning and development. The change in zoning directly affects future buildings,

Letter to the editor: Day One Response

by Andrew Flores staff writer In response to the “Is Day One a Façade” opinion piece in issue 81.7, I think the writer has misunderstood what Day One actually is, who is involved and whom it

Out with the old in with the new

Major changes coming to Moody campus by Lizzy Sullivan copy editor Additional reporting from Andrew Flores The large zoning posters outside of Moody buildings mark the beginning of the end for Dryer Hall, and a development change for

Encountering Israel

Moody students experience the gospel in the Holy Land by Andrew Flores staff writer Standing on the Mount of Olives, looking down the valley and seeing olive trees still growing today; walking where Jesus once walked on the

Seeds of Terror| Opinion

The circumstances that breed extremism by Andrew Flores staff writer On November 13, 2015, nine terrorists attacked the French capital, killing 130 and wounding 368. This coordinated attack affected Paris and a northern suburb of Paris, Saint-Denis.

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