Rhodes alumnus J. S. “Chris” Christie ’81 will be the speaker at this year’s Phi Beta Kappa induction luncheon.
Dr. Rashna Richards of Rhodes College and Dr. Kristi McKim of Hendrix College organized the first Hendrix-Rhodes Film Studies Research Symposium.
Troubled Waters: Rivers in Latin American Imagination, edited by Dr. Elizabeth Pettinaroli was published in April by University of Minnesota Press as part of its influential Hispanic Issues Online series.
G. Richard Smith, M.D., became the new dean of the College of Medicine and vice chancellor at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) on May 1.
With 214 team points, the Rhodes Men’s Track & Field team won the first ever Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Championship on April 27.
Two Rhodes teams competed in the international Math Competition in Modeling this semester with team one receiving Honorable Mention and team two judged Meritorious Winners.
Drs. Thomas Bryant and Patrick Gray are recipients of Rhodes’ highest faculty honors for outstanding teaching and research.
Rhodes physics students have two entries in NASA′s 20th Great Moon Buggy Race.
Megan Andrews Starling, associate director of admission at Rhodes, received the Rising Star award given by the Southern Association for College Admission Counseling (SACAC).
On April 28, Rhodes’ MasterSingers Chorale and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra performed a concert in memory of Tony Lee Garner ’65 and David Ramsey ’61.