MU Today Spring 2024 Issue Cover featuring Terry Sanford, Nona Fisher, and William H. Walker

Spring has certainly sprung, and so has Methodist University’s Spring 2024 edition of “MU Today”.

Spring has certainly sprung, and so has Methodist University’s Spring 2024 edition of “MU Today”.

The official alumni magazine of Methodist University shares the latest news, notes, and feature stories of the MU community and includes Monarch Minutes, Class Notes, In Memory, and Then & Now. However, the magazine also includes a variety of fascinating feature stories that spotlight some of our outstanding alumni, programs, students, scholarships, and gifts.

While alumni, staff, faculty, and students can find physical copies in your mailbox or across campus, the digital version of “MU Today” is now available and includes the following:

Cover Story

Loyalty Through Time: In this first of a three-part series, “MU Today” offers a few examples of those who have shown their valuable loyalty to Methodist University through time. From one of MU’s founding fathers in Terry Sanford to devoted alumna Nona Fisher ’88 to a champion of students in Dr. William H. Walker, it becomes clear that loyalty can come from many different places.

Other Features Include

Revolutionary Education

Ryan Lucas

Methodist University’s new and unique online bachelor’s degree program in Advanced Paramedicine is one of a kind – preparing the next generation of healthcare heroes. Find out what makes the program revolutionary through the perspective of U.S. Army critical care flight paramedic Ryan Lucas, one of the program’s first students.

Building Dreams

First-generation college student Jonathan Gabino ’27 is chasing his dreams of becoming an engineer, all thanks to a newly introduced scholarship that covers full tuition at MU for some transfer students. Check out how Gabino is already achieving major accomplishments through MU’s Engineering program.

Cultivating Change

Rodney Machokoto
Photo courtesy of Deanna Dent – ASU News

Methodist University alumnus Rodney Machokoto ’10 owns a sustainable urban farm in Phoenix, helping build up his community by offering quality produce to the less privileged. Find out how Machokoto’s bachelor’s degree in Accounting and minor in Business Administration is allowing him to make the world a better place.

A Legacy of Art and Education

William F. Bethune’s story is one of passion for both education and the arts, along with a profound loyalty to Methodist University. Learn how Bethune’s generosity has left an indelible mark for generations of past, present, and future.