Manin Keo traveled around the world before coming to Methodist University, a small, liberal arts school in the state of North Carolina. Her experience and education at the university led her to intern at the United Nations Foundation, where she worked with the Every Women Every Child Private Sectors Engagement Team after graduating in May 2016. Her inspirational story and efforts to help others don’t start in New York City, however, but in Cambodia, where she was born. Click to read more…… Read More Featured Alumna
After the tragedy on the evening of 22nd February, 2017, in the city of Olathe, Kansas, a hopeful light has ignited. According to the Times of India, Srinivas Kuchibhotla’s peers raised 45,702,896 INR (684,335 USD), to return him to India. In addition, the funds will be utilized in efforts against hate crimes.… Read More Assuaging Fears in the Aftermath of the Kansas Shooting
As no one knows the campus better than the students themselves, Arrelia Thomas (Senior) has written a story explaining the inclusive nature of the campus. After the news about President Trump’s travel ban, a small group of students, both domestic and international, joined together to plan a demonstration that would begin an open dialogue between all students… Read More Student Life on MU Campus
Whatever the cultural differences, all students have their own rituals and superstitions, whether it is playing a lucky song, eating special food or even wearing a pair of lucky pants. Asian students at MU, do you adhere to the traditions described in this BBC article? Did you create any new ones here at MU?
Where will your passion take you?… Read More Volunteer doing what you love
Now is a good time of the year to start planning your winter/summer break. Last summer, two of our international students, Shinichi Akaeda (Japan, Class’2017, Religion Major) and Safar (Adam) Kurbansho (Tajikistan, Class’2018, Financial Economics and Mathematics Major) travelled to Russia. Students visited 9 cities: Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Sevastopol, Yalta, Bakhchisarai,… Read More …and what are your plans?