Dr. Tait Keller of Rhodes’ Department of History has published a new book titled Apostles of the Alps. On Jan. 25 on campus, Keller will present a lecture related to his book.
Urban Forestry Fellows at Rhodes have been studying the rings of large fallen trees in the Old Forest located across campus.
Maraia Tremarelli, a senior environmental science major, recently won the Memphis Area Geographic Information Council (MAGIC) annual scholarship.
A passion for cooking coupled with community involvement leads Anna Santucci ‘15 to tackle issues of food production and accessibility in Memphis and across the globe.
Emily Clark, Chigozie Emelue, Leah Ford, Abbey Judd, Caroline Ponseti, and Taylor Sieben are elected to the Hall of Fame by their peers.
The Rhodes College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (Gamma of Tennessee) is pleased to announce that the following students from the Class of 2015 have been invited to join the Society as Members-in-Course: