Justin Davis, a senior from St. Louis, MO, will receive the Dr. Gerard A. Vanderhaar Student Peace Award on March 31 at the 12th Annual Vanderhaar Symposium held at Christian Brothers University.
In the City
Mid-terms are over and Spring Break has come and gone, but there’s plenty of March left to enjoy. We’ve gathered some events to check out, from the free to the fairly inexpensive, featuring a little something for everyone.
March 2017 marks the fourth anniversary of The Bridge, Memphis’ one and only street paper.
The Rhodes Jazz Band led by Dr. John Bass, director of Rhodes’ Mike Curb Institute for Music, will participate in Grahamwood Elementary School’s annual Mardi Gras Parade Feb. 24.
Claire Shapiro, Chief Human Resources Officer at Rhodes, is president of the board of directors for Memphis Business Group on Health (MBGH), and on Feb.
Rhodes provides students with many opportunities to explore the different areas of health care through partnerships in the city.
T.S. Eliot may have thought April was the cruelest month, but around here we know it’s really February that stings. The skies are gray, the days are short, midterms are looming, and to top it off, there’s that dreaded holiday: Valentine’s Day.
Memphis native Rachel Glazer '17 was already aware of her city's rich cultural background before enrolling at Rhodes, but her work as a Clarence Day Scholar has given her an even greater appreciation of the city’s diversity.
(From left: Leslie Barker, Miranda Colegrove, Brynna Newkirk, and Andrea Pajarillo)
Bud Richey, associate vice president for external programs at Rhodes, received the 2016 SPARK Award at a ceremony aired on WKNO-TV on Dec. 12. He was recognized in the education category as “Leader of the Year.” Public nominations were held Aug.