Missionary’s pen pal ministry promotes education

by Megan Wohlers correspondent It all started with a yellow dress.  I had been scrolling through  my Facebook feed, when I stopped: a family friend who is a well-known painter in the Seattle area had posted

Directed study takes Kayla Dutton to frontlines of refugee crisis

by Margaret Tazioli editor in chief As the news about the Syrian refugee crisis worsens, and European countries struggle to place the massive exodus of people from the Middle East, one Moody student decided to

“Sawasdee” from overseas: “Terrorist” invited to the White House

by Jonathan Sumettikul news editor Most American school children don’t have to live in fear of being arrested for bringing their creative inventions to school. However, on Sept. 14, just three days after the anniversary

Seeking shalom for the city

by Susan Wolf correspondent I slipped in late to the Philadelphia Romanian Pentecostal Church on Thursday night. The building was already noisy and crowded, but more people were filtering in. Place cards with the names

Moody defeats Maranatha in high-scoring game

by Chris Lieberman copy editor After losing to Maranatha Baptist University in the national semi- final last November, the Moody men’s soccer team avenged the de- feat to their archrivals on Friday, winning 4-3. This

Moving from a blog post to a publication

by Madison Bruce correspondent This month, Peter Worrall, professor of education, and Kelli Worrall, professor of communications, published a book together through Moody Publishers called “20 Things We’d Tell Our Twenty-Something Selves.” Correspondent Madison Bruce

The Digest: The truth about coffee, simple is better

by Andrew Cullen sports editor Freshly ground whole bean organic coffee is inherently healthy to drink, but coffee has the potential to be unhealthy depending upon how it is prepared. With the rise of coffee consumption,

Women’s cross-country hope to extend past success

by Kendrick Nettleton correspondent Coming off their second NCCAA Division II National Championship as a team with their fastest runner returning, the Moody women’s cross country team began their 2015 campaign with high expectations to

Letter to the editor: Prohibition

Hi, My name is Laura, and I was very impressed with the article in this past Moody Standard entitled “Let’s Talk Prohibition.” It is something that should be addressed, and I am glad you wrote

Men, the time has come to call yourselves feminists

Tyler Huckabee guest writer First things first: I shouldn’t even be writing this. Not that I don’t consider myself a feminist. Not that I don’t think everyone else should too. It’s just that there’s a