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MLK Candlelight Vigil
2 years ago

MLK Candlelight Vigil

During 1965 and 1966, the first black undergraduates were admitted to Rice, marking one of the most significant milestones in the school’s history. View Article

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Traditions: MARY GIBBS JONES COLLEGE
2 years ago

Traditions: MARY GIBBS JONES COLLEGE

WHEN IT OPENED IN 1957 AS RICE’S FIRST WOMEN’S DORMITORY, Jones College had an open field to create its traditions. Powderpuff football — basically flag football played without shoulder pads — is one such creation, and since its inception has grown to be one of the most popular intercollegiate sports at Rice. View Article

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FWIS 164: Wisdom in Walking
2 years ago

FWIS 164: Wisdom in Walking

Few Rice campus pedestrians give much thought to walking, apart from the constant vigilance required to dodge errant skateboards. But for Andrew Klein’s first-year writing students, the simple act of putting one foot in front of the other has become layered with new meaning. View Article

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