The Southern Athletic Association (SAA) has named Rhodes head swimming coach Charlie Boehme the 2013-2014 season women′s Coach of the Year.
Rhodes’ Memphis Center will present a two-day conference titled “From Civil War to Civil Rights: Race, Region and the Making of Public Memory” Friday, Feb. 28, and Saturday, March 1.
Bringing together an unparalleled group of historians, writers, teachers and artists, this conference explores the ways that the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement, and the intervening years have shaped America’s understandings of race, region, the South, citizenship and identity.
Free and open to the public.
Rhodes will host the 33rd annual Mid-South Model United Nations (MSMUN) Conference Feb. 14-16.
The Summer Writing Institute for high school students is now accepting applications for the 2014 session.
The Charleston Orphan House has been selected as the winner of the 2013 George C. Rogers Jr. Book Award.
Rhodes has won the local competition of the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) Institute Research Challenge.
Rhodes recently hosted a reception in Burrow Hall on campus to honor The Commercial Appeal′s Academic All-Stars.
On a recent three-day weekend, the Big Diehl provided the chance to ski the snowy mountains of North Carolina—for a mere $30.
On Martin Luther King, Jr. day, the Rhodes Community came together for an annual day of service.
Rhodes College’s “Communities in Conversation” series will present five sets of events during the spring semester of 2014. Preeminent scholars and outstanding intellectuals such as internationally renowned philosopher Judith Butler and The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi Coates will discuss contemporary issues and contentious topics.