The Sou’wester

With mixed results nationwide, victory in Tenn., Rhodes Republicans ‘proud’

Recent Opinion Stories

Aramark’s food: Getting to the root of the problem

Aramark’s food: Getting to the root of the problem

November 14, 2018

In April 2017, when I was first elected BSA President, one of my first (and ongoing) missions was combating Rhodes’ food vendor, Aramark -...

Diwali: More than just ‘the festival of lights’

Diwali: More than just ‘the festival of lights’

November 7, 2018

So, in American culture, Diwali is mostly known as the festival of lights. It is the easiest way that people in the Hindu culture can explain...

Rhodes College Republicans endorse Bill Lee, Marsha Blackburn, David Kustoff

Rhodes College Republicans endorse Bill Lee, Marsha Blackburn, David Kustoff

November 5, 2018

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Sou’wester contacted both Rhodes College Republicans and Rhodes College Democrats for midterm endorsements in op-ed form....

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Japan Fest at the Memphis Botanic Gardens

Recent Beyond the Gates Stories

Halloween in the 901

Halloween in the 901

October 25, 2018

Here’s a list of events going on in the Memphis area for you to celebrate this Halloween season! Zoo Boo The Memphis Zoo’s annual...

Mempho returns bigger, better

Mempho returns bigger, better

September 25, 2018

In less than a month, Mempho will be returning to Shelby Farms. In its second year, this Memphis music music festival will bring together the...

Rhodes alumnus to be published at year’s end

Rhodes alumnus to be published at year’s end

September 25, 2018

Brooks Lamb, a history major from the Class of 2017, has secured a publishing deal on his new book, Overton Park: A People’s History. Lamb...

The Grey Canary

The Grey Canary

April 20, 2018

Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman did it again and no one in Memphis was surprised. The restaurant-creating duo, semifinalists once again in the...

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Spotlight: Aramark employees tell stories of health code violations, workplace hostility

Jordan Hulseberg '19, Editor-in-Chief
November 14, 2018

Employees described seeing a number of health code violations. One employee claimed seeing small cockroaches—each smaller than the size of a dime—on cutlery in the kitchen.

Spotlight: Sigma Nu Fraternity brothers allege their chapter denied a gay student a bid due to sexual expression

Jordan Hulseberg '19, Editor-in-Chief
February 9, 2018

Two Rhodes College Sigma Nu brothers have alleged their fraternity chapter denied a gay student a bid due to his sexual expression during Spring Rush last academic year.

Spotlight: Asbestos found in old Briggs Bookstore, students not notified

Jordan Hulseberg '19, Spotlight Bureau Chief
November 18, 2016

Since Rhodes College’s inception at its currentMemphis location, several dozen buildings have been erected—the older the building, the more likely it is to contain hazardous materials such as asbestos. The most recent disturbance of asbestos-containing...

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Record reviews: ‘Master of the Sun’

Recent Columns Stories

Advice from Alexandra: Balancing school work and social life

Advice from Alexandra: Balancing school work and social life

October 30, 2018

Anonymous Advice seeker:” I have been having a really hard time balancing school work and my social life. I feel like I have...

Advice from Alexandra: Getting out of toxic relationships

Advice from Alexandra: Getting out of toxic relationships

October 4, 2018

Anonymous advice seeker: “I feel like I currently have a lot of unhealthy relationships in my life and I’m not sure what to...

Advice from Alexandra: Keeping in touch with your old friends

Advice from Alexandra: Keeping in touch with your old friends

September 26, 2018

Anonymous Advice seeker:” A lot of my friends who lived in my building last year I don’t live by anymore and I don’t want...

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Rhodes athletic social media accounts you should already be following

Recent Sports Stories

Soccer scores against Centre, Sewanee

Soccer scores against Centre, Sewanee

October 25, 2018

Men’s Soccer had a big weekend on the first weekend of the October, with a game against Centre on Friday...

Sitting down with ‘Can’t Knock the Hustle’ co-hosts

Sitting down with ‘Can’t Knock the Hustle’ co-hosts

October 4, 2018

This month, Staff Writer Adrian Harris ‘20 sat down with PJ Settles ‘19 and Bryce Hayes ‘20, both...

1, 2, 3, 4, Rhodes cheer comes back for more

1, 2, 3, 4, Rhodes cheer comes back for more

September 25, 2018

This school year marks the official relaunching of the Rhodes cheer team after its year-long absence....

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Featured Staff
Mat Diana ’20
Mat Diana '20

Opinion Editor

Mat Diana is the opinion editor of The Sou'wester. He is junior political science major. He has been a member of the newspaper staff since the first semester of the 2018-2019 academic year.

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Alice Berry ’21
Alice Berry '21

Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Alice Berry is the news editor of The Sou'wester. She is a sophomore Spanish and international studies double major. She has been a member of the newspaper staff since the first semester of the 2018-2019...

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Rohan Kaza ’21
Rohan Kaza '21

Staff Writer

Rohan Kaza is a staff writer with The Sou'wester. He is an undeclared sophomore. He has been a member of the newspaper staff since the first semester of the 2017-2018 academic year.

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Noah Mesa '21

Staff Writer

Noah Mesa is a staff writer with The Sou'wester. He is a sophomore neuroscience major. He has been a member of the newspaper staff since the first semester of the 2017-2018 academic year. He has previously...

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