Justice Department announces new marriage mandate

by Johannah Hensler correspondent Attorney General Eric Holder announced during a speech on Feb. 10 that the Department of Justice will use the power of the federal legal system to enact equal rights for same-sex

Mary Poppins novel born out of author’s childhood

by Sarah Burns correspondent “Number Seventeen Cherry-Tree Lane is hiring.” The Banks children — Jane, Michael and the infant twins John and Barbara — are in need of a new nanny. When Mary Poppins responds

Archer Profile: Jonathan Sumettikul finds camaraderie amidst challenges

by Zoe Whyte correspondent Far from his home in Chiang Mai, Thailand, freshman sports ministry major Jonathan Sumettikul has enjoyed his time at Moody, particularly as a part of the men’s soccer team. “Moody is

Students shoulder heavy task of leading chapel worship

by Chris Lieberman correspondent As pilgrims in a faith journey enduring the highs and lows of a Christian walk, the Moody student body weekly approaches chapel’s musical worship sessions with all sorts of baggage. Some

The Obsolescence: Society’s snapshots of narcissism

A while back – around New Year’s – I was listening to NPR (National Public Radio), the only thing I can handle on early mornings thanks to my father, who subjected the kids to

“Saving Mr. Banks” recounts fascinating creative struggle

by Jon Forsythe features editor Disney’s recent film “Saving Mr. Banks” recounts the true tale of how P.L. Travers’ novel “Mary Poppins” became a Disney film. Unlike most film adaptions, it took Travers over 20

Ad Vivum stuns in recent performance

by Jenna Reed correspondent Accent colors of hope spotted the black-clad members of Ad Vivum Friday during their performance of “Hope is the Thing with Feathers.” The variety show, which is a collage, featured songs

Moody study abroad program continues to expand global reach

by Jenna Reed correspondent In the fall, spring or summer semester, Moody students can be found traveling around the world learning, ministering and immersing themselves in other cultures. Whether it be standing before the church

Adventurous Inconveniences: Beautiful, jarring realities of God’s love

Some runners do what they do for speed or fitness or competition or the pure enjoyment of the thing. Everyone who runs has a reason, usually a compelling one. I usually run to process: to

Health Service answers questions for students’ benefit

by Jelyn Leyva correspondent Because of confined spaces and lack of fresh air, sickness is more common in the winter season than any other. One would do well to learn how to treat it –

UA-73062152-2