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THE STAFF

Bill Billings ’68, Editor Tom Maze ’93, Alumni Editor Lee Glenn, Sports Editor Jami Sheppard, Bill Billings,Theresa Dwenger,

Photographers Angela Cunningham, Graphic Designer Cynthia Curtis, Michael Molter ’94, Copy Editors

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OFFICERS

Bryan May ’92, President Nona D. Fisher ’88, 1st Vice President Larry Philpott ’73, nd Vice President Trudi Jaber Waters ’70, Secretary Lynn M. Carraway ’71, Immediate Past President

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION DIRECTORS

Travis Alfrey ’96, Sylvia Tartt Boland ’82, Lynn M. Carraway ’71, Gordon Dixon ’66, Kim Johnson ’95, Nona Fisher ’88, Jamie Justice ’94, Don F. Leatherman ’72, James Malloy ’78, Elaine Marshall ’83, Bryan May ’92, Jerry Mozingo ’87, Marsha Henry Nardone ’68, Betty Neill Parsons ’64, David M. Perry ’78, Larry Philpott ’73, James B. Smith ’91, Michael Stone ’92, Rebecca Strickland ’77, Trudi Jaber Waters ’70, Mark Kendrick ’83

ABOUT THIS MAGAZINE

Methodist College Today (USPS 074-560) is published four times a year (March, July, October and December) by the Public Relations Office of Methodist College, 5400 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC 28311. Second Class postage paid at Fayetteville, NC 28302-9651 and additional mailing offices. Postmaster: Send address changes to:

Methodist College Today Public Relations Office 5400 Ramsey Street Fayetteville, NC 28311-1420

Methodist College Today is produced with PageMaker software on a Power Macintosh computer. Circulation: 16,000 copies.

Printed by The Highland Press, Inc., Fayetteville, NC

In This Issue

VOLUME 4 , NO.

SUMMER 001

Page

Enrollment Passes 2,200 Mark

Pages

6–9

The Class of 2001

Pages

14–15

ARRIVED Scholars Are All Business

Pages

16–17

Soprano Sings Her Way Through MC

Pages

18–19

Students, Faculty Tour Italy & Greece

Pages

4– 7

The Sports Report

Pages

9–36

Alumni News & Class Notes

On the Cover

MC’s first graduates of the new millennium process from the Berns Student Center to Reeves Auditorium for their baccalaureate service. A total of 187 students received degrees at the College’s 38th spring commencement May 6.

  • Photo by Bill Billings

Read this magazine on-line at www.methodist.edu

Methodist College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, national or ethnic origin, religious denomination, or disabilities for otherwise qualified persons in the administration of its admission, educational policies, scholar- ships, loan programs, athletics, employment, or any other college–sponsored or advertised programs.

Methodist College is related by faith to the North Carolina Annual Confer- ence, Southeastern Jurisdiction, The United Methodist Church. It is an inde- pendent corporation rather than an agency of the Conference and is respon- sible for its own debts and obligations.

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