Karissa Coady ’18, a participant in the Rhodes Bonner Scholarship Program, is the driving force behind a new play at Caritas Village, a community and cultural arts center in the Binghampton neighborhood.
In the City
News and relevant information about Rhodes students, faculty, and staff making the most of living in Memphis.
As the college celebrates 90 years in Memphis, Rhodes is pleased to contribute to Memphis’ rich musical scene with the 2016 Brubeck Festival.
Katie Stonecipher’s job is part of Rhodes’ Community Service Student Employment (CSSE) program, which allows her to do 10 hours of community service per week.
A Rhodes student is the youngest member of the crew, Pauline Dinh describes her experience as an Emergency Medical Technician.
As a sequel to Ash’s lecture, historian Timothy Huebner of Rhodes will present “A Massacre in Memphis: The Bloody Race Riot of 1866” at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library on March 22.
On the evening of February 3rd, a diverse and energetic crowd filled Memphis’ Crosstown Arts on Cleveland Avenue.
Rhodes College’s Society of Physics Students (SPS) put smiles on the faces of students at Shelby Oaks Elementary Jan. 26 with science demonstrations.
The Memphis Center at Rhodes supports student experiential learning opportunities in surrounding neighborhoods as well as student interactions with community arts organizations.
Actress and playwright Jazmin Miller, who is a 2008 Rhodes alumna, has returned to her alma mater with a one-woman show titled “Thirteen” which sheds light on human trafficking in Memphis.