For the first time in school history, the Rhodes Women′s Basketball program has received a bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament.
Rhodes defeated Millsaps 66-64 to win the first Southern Athletic Association Women′s Basketball Championship this weekend.
Having been listed as Newsweek’s “Most Service-Minded School” two years running, Rhodes students have many volunteer opportunities available within walking distance.
Rhodes alumnus Bryan Coker assumed duties this month as Goucher College’s new vice president and dean of students.
In an event centered on the publications of his book The Elections of 2012, Michael Nelson, the Fulmer Professor of Political Science at Rhodes, will lead a roundtable discussion.
Dr. Gail Murray will present a talk on Feb. 21 at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art about its current exhibition “Angels and Tomboys: Girlhood in 19th-Century American Art.”
Professor Michael Leslie celebrates Shakespeare through many events at Rhodes College.
The Rhodes Women and Men’s Basketball Teams are calling Lynx students, alumni, staff, faculty and families to come out to Mallory Gym Friday, Feb. 15.
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.