At the college’s annua
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:
For Bailey Kimmitt ′15, interning abroad both expands his horizons and opens doors to the future.
Dr. Kendra G. Hotz, assistant professor of religious studies at Rhodes, has published "'Big Momma Had Sugar, Imma Have It Too’ -Medical Fatalism and the Language of Faith Among African American Women in Memphis” in the Journal of Religious Health, Volume 53, No. 5.
Ms. Rhodes and Clarence Day Scholar Katelyn Dagen ’15 enriches her college experience through work with the Special Olympics
For Jessica Ritter ’15, being competitive—whether in sports or in life—begins with being prepared
Gabrielle Bailey ’15 combines classroom learning with real-world opportunities to prepare herself for a life in medicine
On Nov. 21, Rhodes College President William E. Troutt announced the establishment of a Commission on Campus Culture, which will develop a set of sustainable practices and processes to help ensure a more inclusive Rhodes and the best academic and residential experience a liberal arts college can offer
Emily Clark ‘15 follows her passion for the written word both as managing editor of The Bridge and through independent research on journalist Ida B. Wells.