Gabby Gafford ‘18, a fellow with Crossroads to Freedom, works closely with the high-school interns, who are selected from the neighborhoods they document.
News and information about the Rhodes campus experience.
Today, more than 60 percent of Rhodes students call a different country their classroom for a few weeks or even months.
Reasoned discourse is a foundation on which the Constitution rests. How well do the presidential debates foster such discourse? What's the best way to listen to and learn from them in the course of making an informed choice between the candidates?
Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society has presented a Gold Torch award to the Rhodes College chapter.
The Rhodes College Department of History recently invited returning majors and minors along with first-year students interested in studying history to a fun-filled picnic in Oak Alley on campus.
Regardless of one’s religious beliefs, spiritual and emotional health are a huge part of succeeding in college, according to a feature on “The 50 Best Campus Meditation Spaces” by Best Counseling Schools.
The Rhodes football team’s home opener is Sept. 3 against Willamette.
Dr. Scott L. Newstok, 2016 winner of Rhodes’ Clarence Day Award for Outstanding Teaching, addressed the Class on 2020 during Opening Convocation.
Dr. Judith Haas, associate professor of English at Rhodes College, was presented the 2016 Jameson M. Jones Award for Outstanding Faculty Service.
In 2011, students that wanted to rally Rhodents together to encourage their peers competing in various sports founded The Pack.