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.
Dr. Vanessa Rogers, assistant professor of music at Rhodes, has been awarded a Visiting Research Fellowship at the University of London’s Institute for Musical Research (IMR).
Student Aaron Banks '15 describes the flora and fauna of Rhodes College.
Rhodes College is proud to announce the The Steve and Riea Lainoff Crop Trust Fellowship in honor of Cary Fowler in collaboration with the Global Crop Diversity Trust, made possible through the generous donation of Steve and Riea Lainoff.
Rhodes has been named to the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll With Distinction.
Dr. John E. Murray, J. R. Hyde III Professor of Political Economy at Rhodes, recently was interviewed for the podcast New Books in History.
Learn where Rhodes students can go study in the Memphis community when the beautiful library gets just a little too familiar.
Rhodes alumnus Joshua Fuchs has published “Getting Started in Undergraduate Research” in Astrobites.
For the first time in school history, the Rhodes Women′s Basketball program has received a bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament.