This year, multiple films by Rhodes students and alumni were featured at the Indie Memphis Film Festival, held Nov. 1-5. Sarah Link ’19 and Emily Burkhead ’20 had their documentary The Audubon Sessions Presents: Marco Pavé shown at the festival Nov. 2.
Mark Greaney, New York Times bestselling author and native Memphian, visited Rhodes College to discuss his bestselling series The Gray Man on Nov. 4 at an event sponsored by the international studies department.
Rhodes A and B mock trial teams were crowned champions of the Grand Ole Tournament hosted by Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, and Rhodes C and D mock trial teams won in their divisions at the MTSU Invitational in Murfreesboro, TN.
Chemistry research students from Rhodes earned five awards after presenting their work at the Arkansas INBRE Research Conference in Fayetteville, AR, Nov. 2-3. They are Zach Wall ’19, Sarah Helland ’21,Madison Perchik ’19, Rebecca Evans ’19, and Rebeca Roldan ’19.
The No. 25-ranked Rhodes College Men's Cross Country team won the 2018 South/Southeast Regional on Saturday, Nov. 10, winning their second regional title in the program’s history after keeping their No. 1-regional ranking all season.
Students in Professor Dee Garceau’s Historical Documentary Filmmaking class helped write, direct, and edit a short film called A Massacre in Memphis. Their work recently won honors from Southern Shorts Awards.
She is an assistant professor of urban studies and recently received an Early Career Scholar Award. At the conference, she also presented research with Rhodes alumna Abbey Judd ’15.
More than 500 individuals are expected to attend the regional conference to be held Nov. 10-14 at The Peabody Memphis. A number of immigration experts, government officials, and study abroad professionals will participate.
The Most Beautiful Colleges list, which features the work of top architects and designers, notes the college’s “beautiful wooded campus with uniformly Collegiate Gothic buildings made of Arkansas sandstone, Vermont slate, and Indiana limestone.”
Rhodes Field Hockey defeated Centre College 2-1 and clenched the Southern Athletic Association championship title on Sunday, Nov. 4. The win is the fifth tournament championship victory for the Lynx in the seven-year history of the SAA.