Political science and video arts students come together as a team to construct targeted messages informed by research.
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.
In 2014, Shane Watson was a Crossroads to Freedom video producer/editor and one of the Rhodes College students who traveled to Lake County, TN (74 miles north of Memphis) to interview community members about the various aspects of their lives and the county’s assets.
Through the mediums of film and music, California native Phoebe Driscoll ’15 has become a Hometowner in Memphis.
Rhodes College’s “Communities in Conversation” series will present five sets of events during the spring semester of 2015. All lectures are free and open to the public.
Dr. Laura Loth has received a grant for Rhodes to host the third annual Tournées French Film Festival.
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