Urban Studies major Lizzie Choy takes full advantage of the opportunities that Rhodes College has to offer.
Rhodes College News
William J. Michaelcheck, a 1969 Rhodes alumnus and outgoing chairman of the Rhodes Board of Trustees, will receive an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree.
A guiding factor in Alagia’s college choice was the opportunity to study in academic departments with highly skilled, yet highly accessible, professors.
As KennyBirch considers her past work in her history major and her plans to earn an advanced degree in history, she considers her work as a Mellon Fellow one of the best parts of her Rhodes experience.
In her last year at Rhodes, Monica Bushong has not only accomplished some of her major goals on campus, but also in the city she now calls home.
Dr. Mark W. Muesse, associate professor of religious studies, will deliver the Baccalaureate address titled “The Pause That Refreshes.”
Two Rhodes students—Rachel Rotter ’18 and Bryan Martin ’17—have been selected for competitive internship programs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) in New York City.
Rhodes College is featured in the second edition of The Princeton Review’s Colleges That Create Futures: 50 Schools That Launch Careers by Going Beyond the Classroom released May 2, 2017.