Jennifer Marshall í14 performs valuable conservation research at the Memphis Zoo to benefit wild populations, but sees her future working on urban environmental issues. »

Chigozie Emelue′s ’15 service opportunities in the community as a participant in the Bonner Scholar Program enrich his experiences in the classroom--and vice versa. »

Alexa Cline ’14 is elected as President of the Social Regulations Council. »

Rallying Rhodes students around sporting events provides Demitri Jerow ′14 a chance to bolster togetherness. »

James Ekenstedt ’15 applies his passions for urban issues as the co-director and co-founder of the Memphis street newspaper The Bridge. »

An internship with Deaf Family Literacy of Memphis confirms Ruthie Mengistu’s ’14 intentions of pursuing a career in speech-language pathology. »

Andrew Roskos-Ewoldsen ’15 learns the virtues of patience, determination and optimism as a result of being on the Rhodes soccer team. »