College Raptor, an online resource that helps prospective college students explore college options, recently ranked Rhodes No. 10 among schools across the country as a “Hidden Gem for Women in STEM.”
New Jersey native Jada Myricks ’19 chose Rhodes not only for a change of pace from the East Coast, but also for Rhodes’ active relationship with Memphis.
Spencer Beckman ’19 of Murfreesboro, TN, graduated from high school with one goal in mind: to become a doctor.
Lauren Sumski says Division III players are exceptional because they are so well rounded, mostly due to being surrounded by people who challenge them to pursue excellence off the floor, just as much as they challenge them on it.
Junior Renn Eason claimed Rhodes College track & field's first ever individual national championship by winning the high jump.
Seniors Ethan Williford and Mac Wilson served as the Urban Forestry fellows in the fall of 2016.
Dr. Sarah Boyle is part of a team of 31 primatologists who have been analyzing the conservation status of 504 primate species from around the world.
Not everyone thinks about having his or her name listed among parasitic worms, but Dr. Michael Collins, associate professor of biology, now has bragging rights.
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