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  1. Special Staff Leave Their Marks

    Our professors had a profound impact on our lives, often shaping our future academic and professional ...

    suggsa - 05/21/2018

  2. Rhodes Students, Brooks Museum, and Area Teachers Collaborate on Upcoming Day of the Dead Events

    activities. The schools include private and public schools in Memphis, Shelby County and Southaven, ...

    morjc-17 - 05/21/2018

  3. Rhodes & Beyond: Love of Language Lasts a Lifetime

    By Dr. Andrew J. Donelson ’65 Dr. Gordon Southard added to the base of knowledge given to me by my high school Spanish and Latin teachers. He gave me a love of speaking the Spanish language. From the first day, he never let us speak a word of English in c ...

    suggsa - 06/09/2015

  4. Omicron Delta Kappa Welcomes 44 Student Members

    taiad-15 walaw-15 kellert grayp ronej Student Omicron Delta Kappa Academic Honor Societies Herman W. Bevis ...

    troma-17 - 07/05/2017

  5. Anna Kushnir ′14 Awarded Honorable Mention in National Russian Essay Competition

    The Russian Studies program at Rhodes is pleased to announce that Anna Kushnir ′14 recently received an Honorable Mention in the annual national essay competition of the American Council of Teachers of Russian. In this year’s contest, more than 1,000 essa ...

    troma-17 - 08/31/2015

  6. Blogging Requirement Encourages Extended Conversation

    By Lesley Young Matthew Niegos ’14 didn’t have to take Professor Charles McKinney’s Civil Rights in Memphis class. McKinney’s reputation for offering gratifying classroom experiences, however, put him on Niegos’ bucket list of professors to take before gr ...

    suggsa - 06/29/2017

  7. Joellyn Forrester Sullivan ’77 Awarded Chi Omega′s Highest Honor

    Rhodes alumna Joellyn Forrester Sullivan recently was presented Chi Omega Fraternity’s highest honor, the President’s Award. ...

    troma-17 - 05/24/2018

  8. Multidisciplinary Approach Teaches Science as a Whole: Using Chemistry to Better Understand the Human Condition

    By Richard J. Alley Chemistry professor Dr. Jon Russ walks down a narrow corridor of Kennedy Hall and into a lab, where equipment that looks to the untrained eye like toaster ovens attached to SCUBA tanks sits in rows on metal tables. These are the tools ...

    suggsa - 09/22/2015

  9. Samantha Ramsey ’17 Lands Iowa National Heritage Foundation Internship

    Samantha Ramsey, a rising sophomore from Grinnell, Iowa, is spending her summer as a Statewide Land Stewardship Intern for the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. Interns travel to prairie conversation sites throughout the state, helping to maintain and res ...

    troma-17 - 10/02/2015

  10. Music Heals On and Off Campus: Sharing Classroom Experience in the Community

    academic areas of the college. She says there’s something universal about her class. Genter is definitely ...

    suggsa - 07/18/2017