Women′s DIII News recently announced its 2013-14 Preseason All-American Team including Rhodes senior guard Lauren Avant.
Rhodes’ Office of Student Affairs recently organized a LGBT? fine by me™ photo shoot on campus to demonstrate support of an inclusive environment.
This year marks Ames Plantation’s 16th annual Heritage Festival which will take place Oct. 12 in Grand Junction, TN. Rhodes professors Milton Moreland, Kimberly Kasper, and Jeanne Lopiparo will present recent archaeological findings and give an excavation demonstration.
Ames Plantation, located in Fayette and Hardeman Counties of Tennessee, is home to a wealth of 19th century history pertaining to the heritage and material culture of southwestern Tennessee. Rhodes has had a strong relationship with Ames for the past seven years with students participating in digs on the site.
Memphis City Attorney Herman Morris Jr. is recipient of the Joseph I. Mulligan Jr. Distinguished Public Service Award.
The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to currently and formerly homeless individuals who sell the paper as independent contractors.
Twenty-five years after his lectures here, Foote continues to play a part in the education process of Rhodes students.
Twenty faculty members from the Search for Values in Light of Western History and Religion program visited Berlin in May.
Rhodes Tower joins the rest of the Frazier Jelke Science Center as the core of a planned renovation project that will usher in a new era of scientific endeavors.
Chatterbox Audio Theater has released its two productions of Guy de Maupassant’s “The Necklace” that was adapted for audio and directed by Dr. Shira Malkin.
Rhodes in partnership with Ballet Memphis and The University of Memphis will present the River Project Symposium/Concert Oct. 3-4.