The Rhodes women's basketball team completed one of the biggest runs in Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Women's Basketball Tournament history by winning the league title over defending champion Oglethorpe, 56-41, Sunday inside the Hangar Dome on the campus of Millsaps College.
For the first time ever, the Rhodes College swimming and diving teams will send a participant from both the men's and women's teams to the 2019 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships Wednesday-Saturday March 20-23 in Greensboro, N.C.
Dr. Brian Larkins, assistant professor of computer science, serves as faculty advisor, but he says Kathleen Blanck ’18 was instrumental in filling the petition for the establishment of a chapter and spending a year of gathering the appropriate documents, information, and funding as part of the application process.
She works in the lab of Prof. Mauricio Cafiero, and her paper based on her research has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Computational and Theoretical Chemistry.
For Madeleine O’Toole ’22, healthy eating has long been a passion. A native Memphian, O’Toole created the Instagram account and online blog granolagrrl to spotlight local restaurants, share recipes, and to emphasize that healthy food can be accessible to all.
Through both her student employment and the student organizations she has joined, the Rhodes junior has found herself in leadership and mentoring roles that help students feel at home on campus and inspire their confidence and growth.
He and Tim Nelson ’20 from Rhodes both presented papers at the recent Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference held at Arkansas State University.
He finished ninth place in the National Horseplayers Championship. A recent article in The Commercial Appeal goes on to talk about how Prof. Gramm teaches a racetrack wagering course at Rhodes in addition to teaching intermediate macroeconomics.
Chemistry research students Sakura Horiuchi ’19 and Emily Sanders ’20 won the awards at the 51st Annual Southeastern Undergraduate Research Conference recently held at the University of Tennessee at Martin. A total of 19 Rhodes students participated.
The Rhodes production of the once longest-running off-Broadway musical features a newly updated script, which charts the ups and downs of partnerships between people of all genders and includes revisions that reflect changing norms of human intimacy in our increasingly technologically-mediated world.