The chance for opportunity is endless, and young Memphians should invest in the city, according to the New Memphis Institute.
In the City
Memphis Is More Than Barbecue
Dr. Loretta Jackson-Hayes, associate professor of chemistry at Rhodes, is one of 17 speakers who have been selected for the new TEDxMemphis, the local version of the well-known, global TED conference.
Five alternative art galleries that should be on your must-see list.
The Memphis Chapter NATS (National Association of the Teachers of Singing) auditions were held at the University of Memphis on Oct. 31.
Films by Jean Xiong ’17, Marissa Evans ’17, Lara Johnson ’16 and Emily Heine ’15 have been selected for the 18th Annual Indie Memphis Film Festival. The festival runs Nov. 3-10.
September is National Literacy Month, and Rhodes is getting involved with bringing literature to the community via Little Free Libraries!
Alyssa Tews ’16 takes full advantage of the research opportunities afforded through Rhodes′ strong community partnerships.
The Overton Park Community Farmers Market, a joint effort of the Local Lynx Food Project and the Overton Park Conservancy, will have its Grand Opening on Sept. 3.
Four Rhodes students w