Celebrating Black History Month

February is Black History Month, and this is the third year Moody Bible Institute has celebrated it by offering an array of community events and lectures.

Improv and Intentionality

Here at Moody, there is a group of people who embrace improv and transform it into something new. [iNfoRmaL], a comedy group comprising of eight Moody students, seeks to glorify God though God-honoring humor and Christ-like relationships on and off stage.

Cleansing the Temple

Near the intersection between Clark St. and Chicago Ave., a short walk from Moody Bible Institute, stands a new Mormon meeting house. In response, a few Moody students have created a club, called Temple Run, that focuses strictly on Mormon outreach.

Spokane Starts Fresh

Several months after the announcement of Moody Spokane's closure, many involved in the ministries surrounding Spokane are working to ensure that there continues to be the opportunity for Biblical teaching and schooling in the city of Spokane.

Jonah’s Oscar Predictions

Jonah Wright is the managing editor for the Moody Standard. He is well-versed in movies and frequently covers them in the columns he writes for the Standard. The Academy Awards honors the best achievements in

What My Cleft Lip Taught Me About Physical Appearance

Sometimes, I take my finger and rub the cleft lip scar that runs from my upper lip to my nose. It reminds me that God is in control.

Two Sides of the Same Bitcoin

by Noah Riggenbach, business manager Once a topic seldom discussed by the general public, Bitcoin has recently reached new heights in popularity. As a result, many people are left wondering, “What is Bitcoin and is it

Moody Plans ‘Into the Woods’ Performance

Next semester, the Moody campus will be ringing with lyrics sung by students in the showers, down the halls, and through the arches in preparation for the musical production of “Into the Woods.” Dr. Jori Jennings, professor of music, is the director for this year’s spring musical.

The Music Box Theater

The Music Box Theater

by Tirzah Walker, correspondent Classic films become a hot topic around this season. Many students will claim “White Christmas” or “It’s a Wonderful Life” as their Christmas movie favorite. Some may hunker down in an open

Fighting Slavery Through Fashion

Men and women everywhere have been using fashion and social media to campaign to end human trafficking. The founder of this movement, called Dressember, is Blythe Hill, who said it started as a personal fashion challenge to wear a dress every day for the month of December. This led to much more.