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“Rhodes Reflections” was selected by Blurb as the best Colleges and Universities book and one of the top six Blurb Non-Profit Institutions books.

If you are evaluating colleges or if you are a student, alum, or faculty member of Rhodes College, you will treasure this highly descriptive book.

The author/editor/photographer first saw Rhodes when he attended a Parents/Family Weekend. He was so impressed with the beauty of the campus, the Gothic architecture of its buildings, the consistency made possible by the usage of the same style and building materials, the caliber and friendliness of the students, parents, and faculty, and his overall impression of the college that he felt compelled to produce this book.

The Rhodes campus is an exceptionally photogenic place! The photos contained herein will provide Rhodes students, parents, family members, faculty, and prospective students with an opportunity to reflect upon the beauty of the college, and the information presented will remind readers of the widely-recognized merits of this distinguished institution of higher learning.

Rhodes College:

Ranked consistently in the Top Tier of America's Best National Liberal Arts Colleges in U.S. News & World Report;

One of only 40 schools listed in Loren Pope's Colleges that Change Lives;

Considered by many to be one of America’s premier liberal arts colleges;

Ranked as one of the top 50 institutions in terms of quality and cost by Kiplinger's Magazine;

Ranked among the top 100 colleges and universities in Choosing the Right College: The Whole Truth About America's Top 100 Schools;

Characterized as "the garden in the city" by Memphis Magazine;

Cited by Princeton Review's 1995 college guide as "the most beautiful campus in America";

Named "Mostly Likely to Succeed" because of its extremely high rate of graduates accepted to law school, medical school and other graduate programs by Newsweek/Kaplan Guide to Colleges;

And many more accolades...

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October 29
Blurb Inc.
Blurb, Inc.

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