Dr. John Bass of the Department of Music and director of Rhodes’ Mike Curb Institute for Music has published a commentary in The Philadelphia Inquirer titled “Lessons from Elvis on Inspiring Today’s Young People.”
In the City
News and relevant information about Rhodes students, faculty, and staff making the most of living in Memphis.
One of the major benefits of staying around campus during the summer is being able to enjoy activities that might be placed on the back burner during the busy academic year.
The Ostrander Awards nominations, honoring excellence in Memphis theater, have been announced.
Rhodes College is pleased to announce a new undergraduate research partnership with Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital called the Le Bonheur Summer Plus Program.
According to an article on the TIME website, Memphis ranks No. 4 among the top 25 cities where millennials are moving.
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.
A partnership between Rhodes College and GRAD Academy Memphis brought local high school students to campus this spring to see what college life is like.
When it came time for Kirkwood Vangeli ’17 to choose a venue for the premiere of his new Fluxus Skateboard Co. video Rolling Shutter, he reached out to Clayborn Temple.
Spence Wilson writes about President Troutt in a guest column published in The Commercial Appeal, April 22.