Mike Clary will retire as Rhodes College athletics director in spring 2016 after leading the program for 26 years.
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After a national search, Dr. Milton Moreland has been named Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty at Rhodes College.
Dobro Slovo, the prestigious Slavic Studies National Honor Society, welcomed six new members at its recent induction ceremony.
Team Rhodes, made up of 126 Rhodes students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the college, recently participated in marathon weekend benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
On Tuesday, December 8th, the Department of Greek and Roman Studies hosted a campus-wide Hanukkah event.
Prof. David Rupke talks with Rhodes magazine editor Lynn Conlee about Rhodes' new star-gazing capabilities atop a renovated Rhodes Tower. Listen in on our Take Note podcast.
Mark Behr, an internationally acclaimed novelist and professor of English Literature and Creative Writing at Rhodes College, passed away Nov. 27, in Johannesburg, South Africa, at the age of 52, of a heart attack.
Rhodes mock trial teams will host and compete in the 16-team “Blues City Scrimmage” to be held on campus Dec. 5-6. The invitational tournament will take place in Buckman Hall.
The St. Jude Memphis Marathon is Saturday, Dec. 5, and new this year, the route goes through the Rhodes College campus.