The latest app to come out of Rhodes College is Hound Dog, developed by Sam Reid ’16 and his longtime friend Sammy Gonzales-Luna of Princeton University.
Among student opportunities at Rhodes are summer international internships, and two juniors have been selected to receive competitive U.S. Department of Commerce internships.
Rhodes sophomore Mary Phan has been awarded an Americans for the Arts NABE Scholarship encouraging the integration of the arts and economics.
A four-member team of Rhodes students participated in the Culverhouse Leadership Diversity Competition.
On January 22, teams of students met in the basement of Barret Library to compete in Rhodes’ first hackathon, appropriately called RhodesHacks 0.
Rhodes students have organized the inaugural RhodesHacks that will begin in the Barret Library on the evening of Friday, Jan. 22, and end the afternoon of Saturday, Jan. 23.
Celebrating the extraordinary students who fill our classrooms, residence halls, and dining facilities.
Dy’nelle Todman ‘15 incorporated her passion for helping children through community action into both her academic studies and her extracurricular activities.