First of all, I would like to give you the business for looking at this "Guys & Girls" section of a school when deciding where to apply. It is misogynistic and encouraging the patriarchy! How dare you. Just kidding. This is probably what I looked at the most when applying to schools.
Rhodes College has some of the most fantastic people I have ever met. Even though most of them are white and come from upper-middle class families, somehow there still manages to be a diversity of opinions and upbringings.
A lot of the girls here are in sororities; however, Greek life is not as prevalent as you would believe. The sororities still intermingle and no one really cares which one you're in.
Ten percent of the male population at Rhodes is football players. Seriously, this is not a joke. There are a lot of athletes here, but since this is a D3 school, they aren't the typical meatheads you're imagining. They have activities outside of football and interact with non-football players. That being said, Rhodes has a lot of male athletes, but sports is not prevalent on campus.