The Sou’wester

Life Sux, Eat Cake!

Life Sux, Eat Cake!

Samantha Patterson, Editor in Chief May 3, 2021

I think we can all say that quarantine has been hard, to say the least. Like me, you’ve all probably created lists of productive things to do to stay sane, but how many of us have actually followed through?...

Photo by Alice Berry

Roads taken

Alice Berry , Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2019

The Women’s Therapeutic Residential Center (WTRC), the euphemistic name given to the women’s complex in the West Tennessee State Penitentiary (WTSP), sits about an hour and a half (depending on who’s...

Madison Perchik

Madison Perchik’s research receives national attention

Taylor Stone '22, Features Editor March 25, 2019

Madison Perchik ’19 is a Chemistry major with minors in Religious Studies and Spanish. For the last three years, since her freshman year, she has been working under Chemistry Professor and Chair of the...

The first group of BSA students in 1970

Celebrating 50 years of Blexcellence

Jamarr McCain '19, Contributor February 13, 2019

The history of the Black Student Association doesn’t start fifty years ago with its official formation on September 30, 1969. Instead, our history begins in the fall of 1964 when Rhodes College (then...

Sophomore Mary Thomas delivers prepared remarks at the Memphis Women's 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...

Left to right: AnDrea Hargrove ’19, Cinthya Bolanos ’20, Ericka James ’19, Jackie Jiang ’21, Jada Myricks ’19

A ‘Nu’ sorority on campus

Rachel Heimann '20, Staff Writer December 2, 2018

The Numinous Nu Phi Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, at Rhodes College hosted a celebration of their chartering on Nov. 30 in the Spence Wilson Room. This historic event is especially notable...

Rhodes alumnus to be published at year's 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...

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