Samantha Lamy and Dulcie Trottier will be commissioned as second lieutenants in the United States Army, and Madisen Duke-Bruechert will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force.
Political science and video arts students come together as a team to construct targeted messages informed by research.
A Rhodes senior pursuing a double major in political science and Russian studies, Elizabeth Lewis will serve as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Belarus. “I plan to examine the role folk music plays in community building and the preservation of tradition,” she says.
Opening Reception at 5:30 pm.
Charlie Cook is editor and publisher of the Cook Political Report, a columnist for the National Journal Group, and a Political Analyst for NBC News. Charlie is considered one of the nation’s leading independent, non-partisan authorities on American politics and U.S. elections.
The tournament will be held March 23-25 at the D’Army Bailey Courthouse. “It’s our best opportunity to show what we’ve been working so hard on this year and to really demonstrate the kind of excellence Rhodes represents in collegiate mock trial,” says Daniel Elliott ’19.
On Jan. 29, he signed copies of the 220-page book that provides a nonpartisan analysis of Donald Trump’s first year as president, starting with his election and transition in 2016.
A booktalk with Dr. Michael Nelson, Fulmer Professor of Political Science at Rhodes College and a Senior Fellow at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. Published on the anniversary of Trump's inauguration, Nelson's book offers the most complete and up-to-date assessment of this still unfolding story.
Before the talk, a book sale and signing will be held at a reception beginning at 5:30pm in Buckman Lobby.