Beginning in June 2016, senior Jay Hedges began working under Rob Thompson ’99 as a member of a momentous community effort to restore a historic church in downtown Memphis.
Throughout the World
Rhodes alums Mark Sellers ’15 and Katie Hatstat ’16 were awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships this year.
From Rome to Istanbul to Prague to London, our students blog about their experiences while studying abroad.
Art History major Sadie Yanckello ’15 was recently profiled in Memphis' Daily News, where she discussed her job as exhibitions and programming coordinator at Crosstown Arts in Memphis.
Thanks to a special connection between Rhodes and a local community center, students within the Rhodes Learning Corridor are seeing a big difference in their academic performances.
The Rhodes College A team won this past weekend’s Memphis opening round of the National Championship Tournament held at the D’Army Bailey Courthouse and sponsored by the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA).
Tyler Harvey, a senior urban studies major from Greer, SC, has been named a Watson Fellow, a prestigious designation that includes a stipend to be used for travel and study abroad for 2017-2018.
Junior Renn Eason claimed Rhodes College track & field's first ever individual national championship by winning the high jump on March 11 at the 2017 NCAA III Indoor Championships held in Naperville, IL.
Rhodes History Professor Dee Garceau produced and directed a documentary film about powwow dancing in the intermountain West, over a seven-year period from 2009 to 2016.
Urban Forestry Fellows Helen Hope ’18, Ethan Williford ’17, and Mac Wilson ’17 recently won first place for their research poster showing early results of their studies regarding the regeneration dynamics and species composition of the Old Forest