Summer Service Fellows Featured in The Commercial Appeal About Making a Difference in Memphis

the word "community" written out on a chalkboard with a cartoon heart replacing the letter "o"

Rhodes’ 2016 Summer Service Fellowship Program kicked off this week with fellows visiting various destinations on MATA buses to better understand issues of public transportation in Memphis. During the nine-week program, the fellows also will tackle community issues such as education, health care, and literacy. 

Michael McCanless ’17, an urban studies major, and Claira Winget ’17, a psychology major, were among those interviewed recently by Sydney Neely of The Commercial Appeal about the program. Read more