Kirkwood’s short film, Grit Grind Ride, premieres Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Indie Memphis Film Festival.
In the City
News and relevant information about Rhodes students, faculty, and staff making the most of living in Memphis.
The experiences that impact students in middle school and high school can significantly influence the perspectives they carry with them into college or throughout their careers. BRIDGES helps with these topics.
Students in Rhodes’ First-Year Experience program are being featured in The Commercial Appeal in a new retrospective slideshow illustrating high points in the history of the National Civil Rights Museum.
Rhodes' Dr. Kendra G. Hotz commutes 13 miles round trip to work!
With Homecoming almost here, we thought we'd spotlight some some of the new, improved, or just different sites of Memphis today—places that some of our alums might not recognize from their time at Rhodes.
Serving the hungry and homeless of Memphis is year-round for the Rhodes’ Souper Contact, a student-run meal program.
The Memphis Architecture Image Collection went live in DLynx this week.
About a year and a half ago, math alumnus Ryan Carroll ’12 decided he wanted to teach inmates housed in downtown Memphis at 201 Poplar Avenue.
Prof. Denis Khantimirov of the Department of Business at Rhodes recently was interviewed by WHBQ/FOX-TV about the booming restaurant industry’s impact on the local economy.
Political science alumna Bailey Jones ’16 has joined Impact America as an AmeriCorps Member.