To mark the national observation of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Rhodes Title IX Board is holding a toiletry drive on campus and tabling in the Rat to spread awareness and show support for survivors of domestic violence.
Rhodes’ Mike Curb Institute for Music recently hosted jazz saxophone legend and Memphis native Charles Lloyd to discuss his career in music. In addition to Rhodes students, the event was attended by Cordova High School’s music students and members of the White Station High School band program.
Dr. John Bass, director of the Curb Institute, told the audience that part of the institute’s goal is to explore Memphis music through preservation, research, leadership, and civic responsibility.
Dr. Cary Fowler, a distinguished agriculturist and the chair of the Board of Trustees at Rhodes College, came to campus to discuss his international advocacy work on Oct. 9. The event was sponsored by the Rhodes Department of International Studies and the Environmental Studies & Sciences Program.