Since 2013, The Bridge has become a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a board and an executive director. Vendors have collectively earned $35,000-$45,000 annually in paper sales.
In the City
News and relevant information about Rhodes students, faculty, and staff making the most of living in Memphis.
In An Unseen Light: Black Struggles for Freedom in Memphis, Tennessee, scholars examine Memphis’ role in African American history. Prof. McKinney co-edited the book with University of Memphis history chair Dr. Aram Goudsouzian.
Rhodes College is working in partnership with a local church to offer a holistic approach for the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of the community.
The college has released a new economic impact study revealing it contributes $316.6 million to the local economy every year. The analysis also found Rhodes graduates are among the highest paid in Tennessee.
Professor Erin Harmon's design for the Memphis in May International Festival poster was unveiled Jan. 23 in a ceremony at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.
When Helen Hope ’18 looks back on her childhood, she recalls a strong love for the outdoors. Now she combines that passion with the study of economics to help her develop an intersectional perspective on enviromental issues.
Editors and reporters across the USA Today Network-Tennessee, which includes The Commercial Appeal, selected 18 people to watch in 2018.
They are sophomore educational studies majors Kynnedy Tuggle and Cinthya Bolanos. The event is Jan. 6 at the Halloran Centre.
The award was announced at the Memphis Area Geographic Information Council conference held Nov. 16-17 at the Agricenter in Memphis.
Rowdy Kowalik ’19 has worked at the National Civil Rights Museum and Ruth Scott ’18 at the Dixon Gallery & Gardens. Three interns helped research material for a Memphis Heritage Inc. guide recently published.