Methodist University students

The end of the spring semester is near, which makes it the perfect time to reflect on some of the great memories made at Methodist University.

In this latest installment of “MU Asks”, students answered: “What is your favorite memory from this academic year?” Students provided a variety of answers ranging from Homecoming to late-night study sessions to athletics.

Avery Wold ’25
Sport Management
“Watching women’s basketball. They had a crazy year so shoutout to them and the memories they made this year.”

Savannah Hovander ’27
“Driving across the sidewalk in front of North with the windows down and music blasting.”

Jacob Pavley ’26
“My favorite was Pie-A-Pike. It definitely helped out and it was a fun day.”

Anthony Benton ’26
Sport Management
“It has to be when the football team came back and beat Southern Virginia. We were down 21-0 and came back and won 22-21.”

Collette LeFavor ’24
“I pulled my first all-nighter two nights ago.”

Bryan Ausby ’26
Exercise & Sport Science
“Breaking two school records, which were most return yards in a single season and most receptions in a single season.”

Ryan Rivera ’24
“It probably has to be the spring break trip that the men’s soccer team took to Amsterdam.”

Ainsley McGinn ’24
Graphic Design
“My favorite memory is when my team, women’s lacrosse, beat Meredith and we won regular season champions.”

Emily Kuch ’24
Biology with a concentration in Health Care Biology
“All the memories that I made during Ignite and being an RA.”

Makenzie O’Connor ’24
Criminal Justice
“My favorite memory was going to Homecoming to see all of my friends and watch the football game.”

Caroline Dorshimer ’25
Graphic Design
“I would say Homecoming. I held a tailgate for ASA and a lot of alumni turned out.”

Zakia Najafizada ’24
Computer Information Technology with a concentration in Interactive Multimedia Application Development
“My favorite memory was making new friends and meeting freshmen. It was my final year, so I had a lot more time to connect with students, which was the best part of the semester.”