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Children’s Asthma and Poor Neighborhoods
4 days ago

Children’s Asthma and Poor Neighborhoods

RICE RESEARCHERS recently found that of the more than 12,000 children in Houston who have asthma, the chronic disease of airways in the lungs is more prevalent among African-American …
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RICE AND STANFORD SET FOR OPENER ‘DOWN UNDER’
4 days ago

RICE AND STANFORD SET FOR OPENER ‘DOWN UNDER’

The Rice Owls football team will open its 2017 season facing the same opponent it met in the 2016 season finale — but this time in Australia. Rice and …
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Rice Bands Get New Nest
1 month ago

Rice Bands Get New Nest

For the first time in Rice history, the Rice Bands have their own space to call home. Most recently housed in the Rice stadium weight room, the new band hall …
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Checking out the Moody Art Center
3 months ago

Checking out the Moody Art Center

 

After months of anticipation, the $30 million Moody Center for the Arts opened on Friday night. The space, an expansive 50,000 square feet that manages to avoid feeling …
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Going Gaga Over a Halftime Throw

 

“My pass was the last shot a hundred million people saw before she jumped off the stage,” said Brian Mann, associate athletic director of development for Rice. “Talk about …
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The Chapel Coordinator
3 months ago

The Chapel Coordinator

Nestled in the cloisters of the student center, the nondenominational Rice Memorial Chapel has been the site of hundreds of weddings since opening in 1959. One only has to enter …
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Road Runner

Rice alumnus Jack Lippincott ’70 is someone who can only be described as a marathon fanatic. The self-titled “King of Crazy” has completed 43 consecutive Houston Marathons and shows no …
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“Rainbow Room”: A Study of Color
4 months ago

“Rainbow Room”: A Study of Color

Some claim the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. However, for artist Emily Fens’ “Rainbow Room,” both the whole and the individual parts are integral to understanding …
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Things Fall Apart

“CUBICLE,” ARTIST JONATHAN SCHIPPER’S newest time-based, kinetic installation, opened Oct. 6 at the Rice Gallery. Schipper’s works reveal the flow of time as imperceptible until, as in life, we …
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Fighting for a Voice
6 months ago

Fighting for a Voice

On Oct. 28, I cast my first vote in a presidential election. While exciting and momentous for me personally, the voting process also was awe-inspiring: by the end of today, …
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