Jazzy Miller ’08 has many irons in the fire. Perhaps closest to her heart, however, are the one-woman plays that she researched, wrote, and performed.
Real Challenges, Real Outcomes
It is hard to think that we only get our students for four short years, especially when we pause to reflect on the things they dream about and accomplish.
Rhodes students enrolled in Prof. Ferron Thompson’s commerce and business course participated in the 2016 SaveFirst tax preparation initiative.
Rhodes is Tennessee’s selected college for 2016.
Rhodes alumna Mimi Dunn is the recipient of the competitive James Madison Memorial Fellowship, which provides for graduate study leading to a master’s degree in American history, political science, or government.
Annual awards were presented at the 167th Commencement Exercises of Rhodes College on May 14 on campus. Rhodes graduate Heting Hommy Zhu was awarded the Peyton Nalle Rhodes Phi Beta Kappa Prize, the college’s highest academic honor, and James Allen Boone, Jr. ’71, vice president for finance and business affairs, received the Rhodes College Distinguished Service Medal.