Beloved intercultural studies professor retires

by Johannah Hensler staff writer Elizabeth Lightbody, professor of intercultural studies, recently announced that she will be retiring at the end of this semester. “Dr. Lightbody has been an invaluable member of our department, whose

Film takes new spin on artificial intelligence

by Andy Decker correspondent As computers have become increasingly sophisticated and attributes of human personalities are further incorporated into their programming, modern sci-fi has likewise grown in its obsession with artificial intelligence. The latest film

Letter to the Editor: Stepping stones

by Jonathan Buchanan correspondent We are brought into massive expectations here at Moody. For many of us, we have dreams of plugging into ministry and directly impacting the kingdom of God. We long to make

Police ticket for longboarding in Chicago

by Margaret Tazioli staff writer Last Tuesday, April 14, a group of students from Moody Bible Institute were out long boarding around 11 p.m. when a police officer stopped them. According to Nick Moon, sophomore pastoral

Futuristic film exposes the disintegration of real and unreal

by Alex Bigelow staff writer The strangest thing about the future is that the moment we currently sit in is the future we once foretold. “Blade Runner,” a sci-fi/thriller directed by Ridley Scott, came out

Letter to the editor: Privilege rescinded

by Eric Redmond assistant professor of Bible As new transplants to the Chicago area, our family has come with great hopes and dreams of the joyous things the Lord has in store for us. We

What you need to know about mission trip vaccinations

by Natalie Reinhold correspondent Summer is almost here. Some of us are searching for a job back home; some will intern at a local church; but others have plans to spend their summer on a

Letter to the Editor: The voice of white privilege

by Winfred Neely professor of pastoral studies I have enjoyed a collegial relationship with Bryan Litfin for over 10 years. I consider him to be a valued colleague and a brother in Christ. I am

The Contour: The last lines

by Jenna Reed features editor Lines. From childhood etch-a-sketches and soccer field boundaries to adulthood and lines on the street, lines at the super market, lines of airplanes in the sky, we’ve lived our lives along

Artist Next Door: Music from the body, for the body

by Jenna Reed features editor “Whom the Son sets free, is free indeed.” We have recited these words many times and sung them in choruses. But do we understand? Do we live like they are