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

    Every summer, classics faculty from various institutions gather at the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) in Washington, D.C. to develop a Greek course and a Latin course for Sunoikisis, a national consortium of Classics programs. The courses also are taug ...

    morjc-17 - 06/12/2017

  2. Award Created for Rhodes Student After Her Biology Presentation at Vanderbilt University

    Ellen Dahl ’14 received an Outstanding Presentation Award for her talk at the  Southeast Regional Society of Developmental Biology (SDB) meeting this month at Vanderbilt University. Typically, the SDB honors only the best talk given by a graduate student ...

    morjc-17 - 06/29/2017

  3. Franklin Dakin ′14

    Dakin did what many of us will only talk about doing: he ran for public office. More impressively, he ... to be one of his greatest assets as a public official, he initially met opposition because of his age. Soon ... that the election is over, the real work begins for Frankie, who will have to balance the ever-challenging academic ...

    clasm-17 - 06/29/2017

  4. Rhodes Announces 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

    Rhodes’ winningest men’s basketball coach, four outstanding alumni, and a football team will be inducted into the Rhodes Athletic Hall of Fame during Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 25-26, 2013. Leading the 2013 Hall of Fame class is Herb Hilgeman, who served as ...

    morjc-17 - 06/03/2015

  5. Lynx Football Player Justin Toliver ’15 Appointed To National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

    Justin Toliver ’15, a Rhodes defensive back from Canton, Ga., has been selected to serve on the NCAA Division III National Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) through May 2016. Twenty-four members from across the country will serve on the committee ...

    morjc-17 - 07/06/2017

  6. Day Scholar Katelyn Dagen ’15 Provides Leadership To Inaugural Special Olympics Camp Held at Rhodes

    to complete a service, research or internship activity in addition to meeting Rhodes’ rigorous academic ...

    morjc-17 - 07/03/2017

  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 Alumna Announces U.S. Senate Bid

    Alison Lundergan Grimes announced Monday she will run against Mitch McConnell in 2014 for his U.S. Senate seat in Kentucky. McConnell is Senate Minority Leader, and Grimes has been Kentucky Secretary of State since 2012. Grimes graduated from Rhodes in 20 ...

    morjc-17 - 06/03/2015

  9. Tina Dao ’15 Awarded Microbiology Fellowship

    Tina Dao ’15 is participating in the 2013 Undergraduate Research Fellowship (URF) Program presented by the  American Society for Microbiology (ASM). The fellowship program is aimed at highly competitive students who wish to pursue graduate studies in micr ...

    morjc-17 - 05/26/2015

  10. Crossroads Fellows Work With Local Youth to Tell the Story of Their Communities

    This summer, Rhodes is partnering with the Center for Transforming Communities to work with local youth to preserve the history and tell the story of their communities. In the Highland/Mitchell Heights community,  Crossroads Fellows  Caroline Hibbert ’14, ...

    morjc-17 - 06/30/2017

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