Prof. Michael Nelson published a new essay on how all four presidents from Jimmy Carter to Bill Clinton either faced a challenge or launched an initiative relating to the expansion of opportunity in the service of greater social and economic mobility.
Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society has presented a Gold Torch award to the Rhodes College chapter.
The Rhodes College Department of History recently invited returning majors and minors along with first-year students interested in studying history to a fun-filled picnic in Oak Alley on campus.
Claire Norton ’17 Demonstrates Excavation Skills Working with Prominent Archaeological Field Program
Over the course of the summer, Claire Norton ’17 was selected to work as a paid intern with the Women in Archeology Program at the Center for American Archeology (CAA) in Kampsville, IL.
Regardless of one’s religious beliefs, spiritual and emotional health are a huge part of succeeding in college, according to a feature on “The 50 Best Campus Meditation Spaces” by Best Counseling Schools.
At the 2016 American Political Science Association’s annual meeting, Rhodes political science alums Michael Lamb, Elizabeth Markovits, and Carrie Archie Russell were honored for their work in undergraduate teaching.
A group of Bonner Scholars spent their Labor Day weekend helping with flood relief efforts in southern Louisiana.
The Rhodes football team’s home opener is Sept. 3 against Willamette.
Dr. Charles Hughes, director of Rhodes’ Memphis Center, will be featured at the Mid-South Book Festival on Sept. 10 at Playhouse on the Square and Circuit Playhouse.
Summertime at Rhodes presents an opportunity for students to get out of the classroom and conduct real-world research on topics that particularly interest them.