Image

Non Feature Story

Ace: Mikeska adds to family legacy
1 year ago

Ace: Mikeska adds to family legacy

Before she even attends her first class this fall, Rice soccer player Erin Mikeska is already a part of a Rice University legacy — she’s the latest in a …
Read More

Q&A: Suzanne Rindell
1 year ago

Q&A: Suzanne Rindell

Rindell worked for several years at a Manhattan literary agency, during which time she wrote her first novel, “The Other Typist.” Her second, “Three-Martini Lunch,” follows a trio of …
Read More

ABSTRACT | Summer 2016
1 year ago

ABSTRACT | Summer 2016

Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence by Timothy Morton (Columbia University Press, 2016)

Part philosophical treatise, part historical account and part lyric essay, “Dark Ecology” offers …
Read More

From Houston to LA : Art Shows to See Now
1 year ago

From Houston to LA : Art Shows to See Now

LOS ANGELES Hauser Wirth & Schimmel Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947–2016 Through Sept. 4, 2016

See a historic flour mill transformed into a museum-caliber place …
Read More

Family Album: Closing the Book on a Half-Century Project
1 year ago

Family Album: Closing the Book on a Half-Century Project

In February 2016, the history department at Rice hosted seven leading historians from around the country to address the topic “Jefferson Davis’s America: New Perspectives on the Mid-Nineteenth-Century United States.” The occasion …
Read More

Reader Response: Spring 2016
1 year ago

Reader Response: Spring 2016

I really enjoyed reading Terrence Doody’s piece on Dennis Huston [“Exit, Stage Left,” Page 24]. During my four years at Rice, Prof. Huston (or “Dennis,” or “Doc” — he …
Read More

6DOV: James Matthews
1 year ago

6DOV: James Matthews

JAMES MATTHEWS Graduate Student Department of Physics

Matthews analyzes molecular structure using surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy to study protein misfolding and insertion into biological membranes in …
Read More

Abstract | Spring 2016
1 year ago

Abstract | Spring 2016

THE ROSS ICE SHELF’S HISTORIC LESSONS

  • The Ross Ice Shelf, almost as large as France, is the world’s largest ice shelf.
  • Scientists, including Rice oceanographer John Anderson, …
    Read More
Common Ground
1 year ago

Common Ground

Rice’s graduate students have a new place to relax and socialize, thanks to a renovation adjacent to Keck Hall. The Graduate Student Outdoor Commons features picnic tables and benches; …
Read More

Writing Home: Greetings from Hanoi!
1 year ago

Writing Home: Greetings from Hanoi!

Xin chào tù Hà Nôi!

It’s been almost a year since the hot and humid June day when I arrived in Hanoi for a stint as a Luce Scholar. …
Read More