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Posts By David Medina '83

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Summer of Salsa
1 month ago

Summer of Salsa

What better way to get rid of the pandemic blues than by dancing salsa? If you don’t know how to salsa and need to maintain social distancing, don’t fret. The …
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Social Distancing to a T  
1 month ago

Social Distancing to a T  

Alese Pickering is making sure people get the message loud and clear about staying 6 feet apart to prevent the spread of COVID-19 — and the importance of supporting those …
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Guided Tours Available
1 month ago

Guided Tours Available

If you’re suffering from cabin fever or your summer travel plans have been sabotaged by COVID-19, no need to worry. Rice’s Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) has come …
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Making What Matters
1 month ago

Making What Matters

At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic in Houston, Roland von Kurnatowski ’04 knew he had the resources and knowledge to help health care workers protect themselves while fighting the …
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A Prescription for Healthy Meals
1 month ago

A Prescription for Healthy Meals

MBA students Coco Ma and Kathleen Harcourt have created a nonprofit organization, #SnacksForMedStaff, to deliver free meals to medical staff who are treating patients infected with COVID-19. “Medical staff are …
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Sew Good
1 month ago

Sew Good

Arie Wilson Passwaters has been sewing since she was 4 years old, and her skills have come in handy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Spending late nights after work and on …
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When You Wish Upon a Star
11 months ago

When You Wish Upon a Star

This article appeared originally in the Fall 2003 issue of Rice Sallyport and has been lightly edited.

Peggy Whitson, an adjunct assistant professor in Rice’s Department of Biochemistry and …
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Saludos, Venezuela
3 years ago

Saludos, Venezuela

Saludos Connection was officially created this year by Henning, with the help of his mother, Maria Cristina Manrique, and fellow Rice alum Ujalashah Dhanani ’15. “Our mission is to …
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Trailblazing Athletes
4 years ago

Trailblazing Athletes

Stahlé Vincent ’72 was among the first African-Americans to play football at Rice and the first black quarterback in the Southwest Conference. Despite his many accomplishments as a student–athlete, he …
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