Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK), the college’s oldest honor society, will induct new members into the Phi Circle on April 7. Selection is based on outstanding scholarship and leadership in extracurricular activities. No more than three percent of the student body may be voted into membership in any year.
Rhodes’ Phi Circle was founded in 1927. Individuals to be inducted are:
Mary Catherine Cadden
Alix de Witt
Faculty/Staff members selected for membership:
Dr. Elizabeth Thomas, associate professor of psychology and the director of urban studies and the Memphis Center at Rhodes, and Lynn Conlee, associate director of communications and editor of Rhodes magazine.
The newly elected members will join the current members of Phi Circle:
Omair Arain (vice-president), Gabrielle Bailey, Brooke Bierdz (elections chair), Taryn Burgess, Matt Cannavo, Shelley Choudhury, Emily Clark (president), Katelyn Dagen, James Ekenstedt, Lanier Flanders, Leah Ford, Alex Galloway, Lauren Hales, Blake Harrell, Abbey Judd, Bhavna Kansal, Evan Katz, Bailey Kimmitt, Sarah Koehler, Conor LaRocque, Richard McGuire, Annie Moir, Caroline Ponseti, Ben Priday, Katherine Robinson (secretary), Chandler Schneider, Taylor Sieben, Jenna Sullivan, Andrew Tait, Andrew Wallis, and Jess Wilder.
Dr. Patrick Gray is faculty secretary of Phi Circle, and John Rone, director of college events, is circle advisor.