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

    in the study of chaos theory, will receive the 2013 Distinguished Alumnus Award on Oct. 26 during Homecoming ...

    morjc-17 - 05/15/2018

  2. Guest Lecturer Argues the Value of a Liberal Arts Education in Book

    The value of a liberal arts education has been a hot topic recently and critics of higher education have attacked its irrelevance and elitism, often calling for more vocational instruction. However, Wesleyan University President Michael S. Roth argues for ...

    troma-17 - 12/21/2015

  3. Rhodes Alumnus Mark West Named Dean of University of Michigan Law School

    for academic affairs. An international studies major and member of Phi Beta Kappa at Rhodes, West graduated ... as an assistant professor in 1998. International Studies Academic Affairs Michigan Alumni Faculty Phi Beta Kappa ...

    troma-17 - 09/14/2015

  4. Rhodes to Host Bobby Rush′s 2014 Red, White, and Blues Jam on Oct. 18

    Rhodes College will host Bobby Rush′s 2014 Red, White, and Blues Jam on Saturday, Oct. 18, from noon-4:00 p.m. Bobby Rush served as the 2014 Curb Visiting Scholar in the arts, working with students and the community in various capacities, and this event c ...

    troma-17 - 06/23/2017

  5. Three Presented Awards at Rhodes College’s Alumni Convocation

    Annual awards were presented at Rhodes College’s Alumni Convocation on Oct. 11 during the college’s homecoming and reunion weekend. Mary Frances Files Silitch ’57 received the Distinguished Alumnus/a Award; Steven L. Becton ’88, the BSA Distinguished Alum ...

    troma-17 - 08/11/2016

  6. Top School Spirit Instagrams

    By Emily Clark ′15 In the shadow of Homecoming and just a few short days away from Fall Break, #RhodesCollege instagram posts been repping Lynx Pride all across campus and Memphis. From mid-game shots to posed group pictures on the stands, students, facul ...

    morjc-17 - 06/22/2015

  7. Support the Liberal Arts

    By Tracy Vezina Patterson ’84, P’17 As the essayists in this issue of Rhodes magazine have demonstrated, there is exceptional value in a residential liberal arts education. But for Rhodes College to continue to thrive and remain one of the top liberal art ...

    suggsa - 06/10/2015

  8. Presenting Mr. and Ms. Rhodes 2014

    Winn Decker and Katelyn Dagen have been named Mr. and Ms. Rhodes for 2014. The seniors were recognized Oct. 11 at the college’s homecoming football game where the Lynx went on to defeat the  Sewanee Tigers and retain the Orgill Trophy for another year. Ha ...

    troma-17 - 07/03/2017

  9. Students Gain Via Co-authorship

    By Caroline Ponseti ’15 In the publish or perish world of academia, it’s not uncommon for a Rhodes student to find scholarly research authored by her professor. But she can find even more familiar names among certain economics journals—those of her peers— ...

    suggsa - 06/27/2017

  10. Art Works

    Ellie Skochdopole ’15 recieves internship at the Smithsonian. ...

    suggsa - 05/21/2018