Sarah Lacy, journalist and media entrepreneur, will headline a conference in Nashville showcasing some of the fastest-growing startups in Southeastern states.
Deaf Literacy Academy in Memphis
One of Rhodes' more intriguing programs on campus is the Deaf Literacy Fellowship. The fellowship is in its third year and has four fellows each year.
The Bridge Is Featured in Inside Higher Ed
The Bridge, a new street paper bridging the gap for the homeless and run by Rhodes students, is featured in Inside Higher Ed this week.
Rhodes Singers and Chambers Singers Go On Tour This Week
The Rhodes Singers and Chambers Singers are on tour this week in Ruston, Mandeville and New Orleans, La.
Rhodes To Compete in Opening Round of Mock Trial Nationals This Weekend
Rhodes will take two mock trial teams to the Memphis opening round of the National Championship Tournament to be held March 22-24 sponsored by the American Mock Trial Association.
Phoebe Strom ′14 Brings Back World History Award From Honor Society Conference
Phoebe Strom ’14 won second place in the category of World History for her paper at the Phi Alpha Theta convention in Nashville.
Prof. LaRosa Hits the Road Promoting New Colombia Book
On March 21, Dr. Michael LaRosa, associate professor of history at Rhodes, will deliver a public lecture at Texas State University.
Our Favorite Meals at the Rat
Rhodes students discuss their favorite meals at the campus dining hall, the Catherine Burrow Refectory, lovingly called "The Rat."
Lauren Avant ’14 Named WBCA All-America Honorable Mention
The Women′s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) announced the 2013 WBCA Division III Coaches′ All-America Team on March 14.
Word Getting Out About New ‘Street Newspaper’ Bridging Gap For Homeless and Founded By Rhodes Students
Memphis’ first “street newspaper,” The Bridge, will hit the streets March 21. Founded by Rhodes sophomores James Ekenstedt and Evan Katz, it aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness and poverty while providing a sustainable source of income to those who have personally experienced homelessness. The paper is managed by Rhodes sophomore Caroline Ponseti, and she and the founders recently were interviewed on WHBQ/FOX-TV.