Sam Mattson ’15 bridges his studies in history and philosophy with his work in the community to critically examine modern day issues
Alex Galloway ’15 integrates his interest in health with a passion for social justice and community engagement
Dr. Kendra G. Hotz, assistant professor of religious studies at Rhodes, has published "'Big Momma Had Sugar, Imma Have It Too’ -Medical Fatalism and the Language of Faith Among African American Women in Memphis” in the Journal of Religious Health, Volume 53, No. 5.
Dr. Charles McKinney of Rhodes College was interviewed about the protest against police violence by top black news source, RollingOut.com.
On Nov. 21, Rhodes College President William E. Troutt announced the establishment of a Commission on Campus Culture, which will develop a set of sustainable practices and processes to help ensure a more inclusive Rhodes and the best academic and residential experience a liberal arts college can offer
Dr. Charles McKinney, associate professor of history and director of African American Studies at Rhodes, has published a column in USA TODAY.