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  1. Megha Fernandes ′16

    Megha Fernandes ’16 follows a new academic path after achieving her dream of working at the White House during a summer internship.  ...

    clasm-17 - 07/06/2017

  2. Indie Memphis Includes Film by Rhodes Student and Rhodes Sponsored Talk by Actor Harry Lennix

    “One Day,” a short film by Rhodes sophomore Lara Johnson will be shown at the 16th Annual Indie Memphis Film Festival at 10:15 a.m. on Nov. 2 at Playhouse on the Square. It features the poem “One Today,” which Richard Blanco wrote and read at President Ob ...

    morjc-17 - 07/06/2017

  3. Webber and Mengistu Are Mr. and Ms. Rhodes

    Landon Webber and Ruthie Mengistu have been named Mr. and Ms. Rhodes for 2013. The seniors were recognized Oct. 26 at the college’s homecoming football game where the Lynx went on to defeat the Colonels of Centre College. Mengistu is a psychology major ha ...

    morjc-17 - 06/29/2017

  4. Lars Monia ′15

    Lars Monia ’15 gains leadership experience by assembling and guiding a team in the Great Moonbuggy Race.  ...

    clasm-17 - 05/23/2017

  5. Vocal Auditions to be Held for MasterSingers and Beale Canto

    sponsored by the Rhodes Department of Music, is holding auditions for new members on  Sunday, Aug. 25, 6-8 ... and to receive music. For more information, contact the Rhodes College Department of Music at (901) 843-3775. ...

    morjc-17 - 06/03/2015

  6. Science Pioneer Dr. Harry L. Swinney ’61 to Receive Rhodes’ Distinguished Alumnus Award

    Dr. Harry L. Swinney ’61, who teaches physics at the University of Texas, Austin and is a pioneer in the study of chaos theory, will receive the 2013 Distinguished Alumnus Award on Oct. 26 during Homecoming and Reunion Weekend. The Alumni Convocation begi ...

    morjc-17 - 06/01/2015

  7. Travels of Rhodes Professor To Include Presentation About George Sand’s French Novel Indiana

    George Sand’s French novel  Indiana  touches on inequitable marriage laws during the 19th century as well as class and social restraints placed on women during that time. Dr. Margaret McColley, assistant professor of French at Rhodes, is traveling to the ...

    morjc-17 - 06/03/2015

  8. Rhodes Faculty Participate In Latin Course Development Seminar For National Consortium

    faculty. Professors David Sick and Joe Jansen of Rhodes’ Department of Greek and Roman Studies ...

    morjc-17 - 06/12/2017

  9. Rhodes MasterSingers Chorale to Take on Britten’s Masterful “War Requiem” at Cannon Center

    Dr. William Skoog, chair of Rhodes College’s music department, says staging and conducting ... Department of Music at (901) 843-3775. Music skoogw Alumni Faculty MasterSingers Chorale Mike Curb Institute ...

    morjc-17 - 06/01/2017

  10. A Tradition of Excellence

    Several times in Rhodes’ distinguished history, the most prestigious honor societies in the United States have established chapters on the campus that nurture and encourage this culture of excellence. ...

    suggsa - 04/25/2016

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