Rhodes Professor Michael Nelson has published articles about Frank Sinatra before, but in an recent article published on the Claremont Review of Books website, he writes about 100 years of the singer.
Rhodes mock trial teams will host and compete in the 16-team “Blues City Scrimmage” to be held on campus Dec. 5-6. The invitational tournament will take place in Buckman Hall.
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Alex Dileo, Preston Tunnel Wilson, Katie Hatstat, Tony Hanna
The 2015 Memphis mayor
Rhodes professors Michael Nelson, Caki Wilkinson, and Jeffrey Jackson and Robert Francis have all been active in the academic literature world.
Professors Nelson, Muesse, and Huebner
Profs. Pohlmann, LaRosa, McKinney, and Bass
What is Mock Trial?
Mock Trial is an academic activity designed to challenge those who are interested in law, debate, or other forms of forensics. Students are divided into teams and given a court case which they must try as both the prosecution and the defense. Places on the team include both witness and attorney roles.
Mock Trial at Rhodes