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  1. Rhodes Night at the Levitt Shell to Feature Vocalist Earlice Taylor and the Rhodes Jazz Band

    Last year, Rhodes’ Mike Curb Institute for Music partnered with the Levitt Shell in Overton Park to present a concert for the community. The event, also sponsored by the Rhodes Memphis Alumni Association, was a huge success and proved to be a great way fo ...

    troma-17 - 07/20/2016

  2. Professor Pascual-Argente Awarded Mellon Fellowship in Medieval Studies

    Dr. Clara Pascual-Argente, assistant professor of Spanish, has been awarded the Mellon Fellowship in Medieval Studies at the University of Notre Dame′s Medieval Institute for the academic year 2013-2014. The Medieval Institute boasts the largest contingen ...

    morjc-17 - 09/10/2015

  3. Prof. Ernest L. Gibson III Discusses Higher Ed Achievement Gap Among African American Males

    Dr. Ernest L. Gibson III, assistant professor of English at Rhodes, recently was invited by Leadership Memphis and the Memphis Talent Dividend to speak on the higher education achievement gap among African American males. Gibson’s teaching and research in ...

    troma-17 - 06/01/2015

  4. Rhodes International Studies Major Publishes Article About Internship in Amman, Jordan

    During her 10-week internship in Amman, Jordan this summer, Rhodes senior Joslyn Hebda assisted in distributing food, supplies and medical care to residents, workers and refugees as well as visited a number of cultural and religious sites. The internship ...

    troma-17 - 06/09/2015

  5. Rhodes DocuDrama “Exactly Where We Were” Now Available Online

    Yesterday on the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Rhodes College presented an on-campus screening of its docudrama about the then-Southwestern College on April 4, 1968. It is titled “Exactly Where We Were” and is now on  Yo ...

    morjc-17 - 06/30/2017

  6. Prof. Luther Ivory’s Story of How MLK Speech Forever Changed His Life Reaches a National Audience

    On this 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, Dr. Luther Ivory, associate professor of religious studies at Rhodes College, discusses how the words of Dr. Martin Luther King “woke him up from an intellectual slumber” and transformed his life at the ...

    troma-17 - 06/01/2015

  7. Rachmaninoff Scholar Celebrates Volume Three of Composer’s Collected Works

    Dr. Valeria Z. Nollan, professor of Russian Studies at Rhodes, is celebrating the publication of Volume 3 of  Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff. Scholarly Edition of the Complete Collected Works.  She serves on the international editorial board responsible ...

    morjc-17 - 06/02/2015

  8. Professor Petty To Introduce Little Women Screening at Brooks Museum

    Dr. Leslie Petty, associate professor of English, will introduce a viewing of George Cukor’s 1933 film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel  Little Women. Free and open to the public, the event will take place at 2 p.m. on April 6 at the  Memph ...

    morjc-17 - 06/25/2015

  9. Dr. Arthur L. Kellermann ’76 Named Dean of the Nation’s Medical School

    and associate dean for health policy at the Emory School of Medicine in Atlanta. He served as Emory’s Department ...

    morjc-17 - 06/01/2015

  10. Rhodes First-Year Student Reflects on Creating Artwork After Hurricane Katrina

    First-year student and artist Meredith Graf of New Orleans witnessed the devastation of Hurricane Katrina firsthand the last week of August in 2005. But she remained hopeful that the city would one day rebuild with the assistance of the nation. Graf drew ...

    troma-17 - 07/17/2017

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