Students of two Rhodes organizations—CA’ESAR and Eta Sigma Phi—are volunteering at the 10th annual Festivus that will include contests, games, awards, treats, feats of strength, and lectures.
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ROTC programs serve as the traditional path to a military career for many Rhodes students. Dulcie Trottier ’18 and Samantha Lamy ’18, currently participate in the Army ROTC program.
The book contains a collection of lectures explaining techniques involved in meditation and ways to promote greater well-being.
The Gold Torch is a national distinction conferred annually upon the honor society’s most outstanding chapters.
Their research took top honors in the chemistry and physics categories.
Awards will be presented at Rhodes College’s Alumni Convocation on Oct. 28.
They are seniors Casey Middleton, Erin Deery, Jordan Ankersen, and Cailey Kesselring, mentored by Professor Erin Bodine.
We're celebrating the 100th anniversary of the first class of women to be enrolled at the college and the countless women of achievement--students, faculty, staff, and administrators--who have called Rhodes their home.
Mallika Rao spent the summer helping to provide free health care services to women in India through the PoornaSudha Cancer Foundation.
Caroline Magee, Emily Harrison, Rebecca Evans, Madison Perchik, and Samantha Jelinek were the only American undergraduates at the conference attended by scientists from all over the world.