Chicago and Spokane Collide

Moody Bible Institute went through many changes last semester. Among these changes, the student body was told that the Spokane campus would be shutting down and the students residing there would be given the option to continue their studies here in Chicago.

C2E2: Comic Con Chicago Style

The C2E2 website says that the event is “the only comic, cosplay, and pop culture convention in the heart of downtown Chicago.” The comic expo aims to celebrate different fandoms by hosting celebrities, exhibitors, artists, and authors.

John Hancock Building Loses Its Name

Every day thousands of people walk the Magnificent Mile here in Chicago, and for years the John Hancock building with its modern X-frame design has been one of its famous landmarks. But as of February 12, the skyscraper is called by its street address: 875 North Michigan Ave.

Police Commander Shot in the Loop

Commander Paul Bauer of the Chicago Police Department was killed Tuesday, February 13th, while pursuing a suspect near the Loop. Bauer was 53 years old, and leaves behind a wife and a daughter. He had served 31 years in the police force, CNN reports.

Chicago’s Coffee Boom

Coffee, beans, roasts, cuppings. The chatter, the quiet, the vibes. Experiencing Chicago requires at least a few trips to obscure cafes like the “Wormhole” or “Volumes” in Wicker Park, “Bourgeois Pig” or “Elaine’s” in Lincoln Park, or “Joe’s” here on campus.

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

Chicago Bridges’ Seasonal Lift

by Elizabeth Kupferschmid, web content editor   The bridges over the Chicago River are scheduled to lift six more times this season to allow boats to leave the lake in preparation for winter. The lifts are scheduled

Sharing Stories, Breaking Walls

by Shelby Walden, correspondent In the words of the late writer and civil rights activist Maya Angelou, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” In a world full of people’s

Into the Unknown

by Brennan McCarthy, photo editor Chicago has hundreds of locations and events worth visiting. Unfortunately, many people who live in the city, including students at Moody Bible Institute, never take time to explore the city.

Video of Laquan McDonald’s murder spawns mass shooting threat at University of Chicago

by Jonathan Huang staff writer Last Monday, Nov. 30, following an online threat of a shooting at the University of Chicago, Hyde Park businesses and schools shut down due to safety concerns. “Based on the FBI’s assessment