Rhodes senior Radhika
In the City
The latest app to come out of Rhodes College is Hound Dog, developed by Sam Reid ’16 and his longtime friend Sammy Gonzales-Luna of Princeton University.
Entering his senior year as a business major, Alden Knipe wanted to start impacting the Memphis community beyond the Rhodes campus.
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Katie Stonecipher’s job is part of Rhodes’ Community Service Student Employment (CSSE) program, which allows her to do 10 hours of community service per week.
A Rhodes student is the youngest member of the crew, Pauline Dinh describes her experience as an Emergency Medical Technician.
As a sequel to Ash’s lecture, historian Timothy Huebner of Rhodes will present “A Massacre in Memphis: The Bloody Race Riot of 1866” at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library on March 22.
On the evening of February 3rd, a diverse and energetic crowd filled Memphis’ Crosstown Arts on Cleveland Avenue.