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Rhodes College is pleased to announce four juniors have been selected as finalists for the Truman Scholarship. They are Tyler Harvey, Eilidh Jenness, Brooks Lamb, and Jolie-Grace Wareham.
On the evening of February 3rd, a diverse and energetic crowd filled Memphis’ Crosstown Arts on Cleveland Avenue.
Music stirs the emotions, and presidential candidates can use the power of music in their campaigns to unify voters, according to Dr. Amy E. Jasperson, chair of the political science department at Rhodes.
Two Rhodes Mock Trial teams have secured bids to compete in the opening round of the National Championship Tournament.
Caroline Clark ’15 and Catherine Miller ’16 (l-r) soon will be traveling to San Francisco as finalists for the Luce Scholars Program, a nationally competitive fellowship program.
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.