Ride along with Kirkwood Vangeli '17 as he takes us through the world of Memphis skateboarding. As a student at Rhodes College, Kirkwood found a way to make a business, Fluxus Skateboard Co., out of his passion for the board and, for extra measure, added a burgeoning film career covering the skateboarding scene.
Join host Lynn Conlee as she talks with Professor Laura Loth about the Tournees Festival beginning Jan. 26.
For her 2015 project with Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies, Isabel Wittman '17 unearthed the music of Memphian Julia Raine, a little-known composer from the early 20th century. Here, she talks about her findings and performs two songs connected to Raine.
Join host Lynn Conlee and Rhodes College astronomer Dr. David Rupke as they discuss the fantastic state-of-the-art observatory and telescope equipment atop the newly renovated Rhodes Tower.
Interested in preserving the vast holdings of photographer Ernest Withers' collection? So is #rhodescollege, and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Faculty Innovation Fellowship Program is helping get that project under way. Our first podcast features Dr. Elizabeth Thomas, executive director of the Memphis Center and Plough professor of urban studies/director of urban studies, and Wendy Trenthem, information services librarian, discussing the grant that makes faculty innovation possible.