Professor Michael Leslie celebrates Shakespeare through many events at Rhodes College.
Rhodes History Professor Dr. Timothy Huebner is leading discussions on “Making Sense of the American Civil War” as part of a five-part series at the Benjamin Hooks Central Library.
A paper by Rhodes English alumna Kathryn Johnson ’11 will be presented at the Early Modern Colloquium’s “Violence in the Early Modern Period” interdisciplinary conference.
Rhodes offers students a variety of positions that offer real-world work experience. The money’s not too shabby either.
On Feb.12, Rhodes will host the third annual Mid-South Farm to Table Conference.
The Rhodes College Society of Physics Students (SPS) chapter has received the Marsh W. White Award “to support projects designed to promote interest in physics among students and the general public.”
Rhodes College is one of the nation’s “Best Value Colleges” for 2013 according to The Princeton Review, based on financial aid, cost, and academics.
BealeCanto, a professional men’s chamber ensemble formed from members of Rhodes MasterSingers Chorale, will perform the national anthem at the Memphis Grizzlies basketball game.
Rhodes students and faculty alike enjoy exploring the rich history and culture that Memphis has to offer. This article reflects on popular Memphis museums.