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| I want to add to my previous comment that BRO-SIS floors are completely FORCED AND ASSIGNED. The result is you can't hang around anyone of the opposite sex period EXCEPT those MBI WANTS you to be with and FORCES you to hang around.|
If you see someone of the opposite sex not in your BRO-SIS floor that you like--you can't even talk to him/her without it being a BIG DEAL from the start and everyone knowing you cross the lines of BRO-SIS bs.
Like I said before, there are strict rules and social norms preventing socialization with the opposite sex.
At most colleges, you can socialize with WHOEVER YOU WANT, WEHEVER you want. This prepares you for the real world and gives you much needed experience with the opposite sex.
While I was at MBI, I even wondered if I would become GAY from lack of contact to the opposite sex and the north side boystown is a great place for that...
|Jul 05 2008|| 4th Year Male --
Class 1997 |
| If you are interested in going into full time ministry or have the desire to obtain a church leadership position, then by all means Moody is probably a great place for you. However, if you just want to get a good grasp on the Bible but want to pursue a "secular" career path, then do not apply. Excluding the amount of close-mindedness at this institution (in a recent survey 96% of the student body was for John McCain), my biggest gripe is that this school does not prepare you for secular graduate school or the real work place. There are many graduates of this school that are working as administrative assistances or at starbucks. Needless, to say I will be transfering from this school, as I need a college that is going to equip me for law school. |
|Jun 09 2008|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2010 |
| This school has done very little for me positively. |
The school uses propaganda and indoctrination rather than actual education. There are between 5 and 10 professors I have had that are the exceptions to the rule, however on the whole the curriculum and faculty are not good.
The administration stifles the social setting by rules meant to "protect the community." These do nothing more than draw a sharp dichotomy between moody and the city, and between male and female students. The trustees and the president are doing their very best to keep the school in the 19th century.
The people are closed minded and arrogant. They are condescending and patronizing. The school has produced in me the exact opposite of what it was intending. Its philosophy of rule making, and philosophy of education undermine any and all benefits of the rest of the school.
|Mar 02 2008|| 3rd Year Male --
Class 2008 |