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
News and relevant information about Rhodes students, faculty, and staff making the most of living in Memphis.
Here are 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 is president of the board of directors for Memphis Business Group on Health (MBGH) and accepted a national award on the organization’s behalf.
Church Health interns and Rhodes seniors Rahul Peravali and Tyler Harvey gain experience with programs ranging from clinical services to wellness and nutrition education.
We’ve come up with some interesting and free-to-pretty-cheap activities to try and beat the February doldrums.
Rachel Glazer was already aware of Memphis' rich cultural background before enrolling at Rhodes, but her work as a Clarence Day Scholar has given her a greater appreciation of the city’s diversity.
Last fall, Theatre Memphis and Rhodes College came together to cultivate the arts through the Central High School Fellowship, funded by the Riea and Steve Lainoff Fellowship Program.
Bud Richey, associate vice president for external programs at Rhodes, received the 2016 SPARK Award for "Leader of the Year" at a ceremony aired on WKNO-TV on Dec. 12.