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Louisiana Lynx: Rhodes’ Connections to Hurricane Ida

Louisiana Lynx: Rhodes’ Connections to Hurricane Ida

Keaton Dicapo September 16, 2021

Hurricanes have long been a threat to the lives of many in the United States, particularly in the Southeast, but the devastation continues to escalate with each hurricane season. It is currently the peak...

Sophomore Mary Thomas delivers prepared remarks at the Memphis Womens March.

Sophomore Mary Thomas speaks at Memphis Women’s March

Taylor Stone '22, Features Editor January 30, 2019

Memphis celebrated the Women’s March with a march across downtown Memphis on Jan. 19. The march was centered around inclusivity and empowerment. Its topics of discussion ranged from diversity to community...

Memphis Botanic Gardens celebrates Japan Fest.

Japan Fest at the Memphis Botanic Gardens

Hannah Miller '22, Staff Writer October 30, 2018

On Sept. 30,  crowds of people gathered to celebrate the second annual Memphis Japan Festival, hosted by the Memphis Botanic Garden. The Festival encourages families in the Memphis community to celebrate...

Graphic courtesy of the Memphis Zoo

Halloween in the 901

Hannah Miller '22, Staff Writer 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 Zoo Boo takes place during the last two weekends of October...

Mempho Music Festival 2017

Mempho returns bigger, better

Lauren Clark '22, Staff Writer 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 community for a variety of music, yummy food and camping at...

Rhodes alumnus to be published at years end

Rhodes alumnus to be published at year’s end

Sam Walter '22, Staff Writer 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 is currently working as the Conservation Projects Manager of...

The Grey Canary

The Grey Canary

Maddie Rhodes '18, Staff Writer 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 Best Chef: Southeast category of the James Beard Awards for...

Memphis remembers 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.s assassination

Memphis remembers 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination

Pramrika Sriram '21, City Editor April 20, 2018

The world turned its attention to Memphis for the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination at the Lorraine Motel. The National Civil Rights Museum and numerous local organizations...

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