Spring 2019

Rhodes Magazine
portrait of Dr. Lawrence Hass holding book

Meet Dr. Lawrence Hass, philosopher, professional magician, and First Gentleman.

graphic depicting the social determinants of health

The Wellness and Stress Clinic of Memphis is an innovative partnership between Rhodes and community investors that provides free health care, while also addressing the social issues that impede good health.

poster celebrating 50th anniversary of the black Student Association

Rhodes celebrated four very special anniversaries in April with events, get-togethers, panel discussions, and more. Relive the festivities through our featured slideshows!

Under the Oaks

The Under the Oaks section of Rhodes magazine highlights campus news and puts the spotlight on faculty, students, and programs at Rhodes.

a male college students speaking in front of a screen

Ferguson’s passion for education and education reform in Memphis was the catalyst for founding his tech startup, Augseption, which is helping to provide technology education to local high school students.

portrait of young African American female

Moore currently leads the operational work at Seeding Success to establish Shelby County's first early childhood education system.

a male professor and a student at a worktable

The grant, which comes from the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program of the NSF, will support undergraduates interested in becoming K-12 math and science teachers and enable them to participate in research opportunities throughout their degree program.

three female students in Berlin

The Contemporary Europe curriculum is intended to appeal to a broader demographic of students, while generating interest among faculty interdepartmentally.

a male and a female swimmer

Siblings Allie ’19 and Hayden ’21 Hill both qualified for the 2019 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships, capping off a historic season for the Lynx. The best part: being able to do it together.

a female field hockey player holding up a trophy

The Lynx fall season was one for the history books.