Dr. Charles Hughes, director of Rhodes’ Memphis Center, will be featured at the Mid-South Book Festival on Sept. 10 at Playhouse on the Square and Circuit Playhouse.
In the City
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A section of University Street, between Jackson Avenue and North Parkway, has been named in honor of Rhodes College President William E. Troutt.
Shelby County Schools (SCS) are just a couple of weeks into the new school year, and there are already plenty of opportunities for volunteers, according to a recent SCS news release.
McCoy Theatre’s production of “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” won an Ostrander for Best Musical Production in the college division plus five other awards.
Rhodes Professor Michael Nelson recently published an article about music producer and businessman Sam Phillips on the Claremont Review of Books website.
Over the summer, two Rhodes History majors were involved in preserving a largely hidden part of Memphis history.
Dr. Charles Hughes, director of Rhodes’ Memphis Center, is taking part in the 2016 “Elvis Week” celebration at Graceland.
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