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Posts By Kendall Hebert

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Sounds Like
3 months ago

Sounds Like

For computer science students with a passion for solving health problems, the COVID-19 pandemic served as an opportunity to pursue a data research project aimed at improving a globally significant health crisis. Seniors …
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Undergraduate Business Major Approved
4 months ago

Undergraduate Business Major Approved

Current and incoming Rice undergraduates interested in pursuing a major in business will soon have the opportunity. Launching this fall, the undergraduate business major offering from Rice’s Jones Graduate School …
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They Persisted
5 months ago

They Persisted

From classroom to competition, student athletes overcome challenges every day, but the spring 2021 season introduced them to unprecedented obstacles. Between COVID-19 testing protocols and distancing measures, Rice Owls pivoted …
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Flex Space
11 months ago

Flex Space

Rice might look very different this fall, but new temporary structures are making it possible for campus life to continue safely. The structures, which include four Provisional Campus Facilities (PCFs) …
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Eric Stone ’19
12 months ago

Eric Stone ’19

Eric Stone says he feels as busy as a one-armed paperhanger most days. He produces one to three daily news stories for the people of Ketchikan, Alaska, an island town with a …
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Vivas Kumar ’14
12 months ago

Vivas Kumar ’14

As an electrical engineering major, Vivas Kumar learned a lot about batteries and energy storage for electricity. This knowledge came in handy after graduation, when he joined Tesla’s battery materials team …
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Kim Rightor ’16
12 months ago

Kim Rightor ’16

In March, Kim Rightor was a year and a half into her Peace Corps stint when she and more than 7,000 other volunteers were evacuated due to COVID-19 — the first …
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Unconventional Wisdom: Anthony Pinn
1 year ago

Unconventional Wisdom: Anthony Pinn

As the Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities and a professor of religion, Anthony Pinn focuses on religion and culture, humanism and hip-hop culture. He is also the founding director …
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Not Too Good to Be KTRU
2 years ago

Not Too Good to Be KTRU

Rice’s student-run radio station regained its former call sign in August after an eight-year hiatus. Harrison Lorenzen, the KTRU operations director, spearheaded the $10,000 buyback after the station that originally …
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Electric Dream
2 years ago

Electric Dream

A group of Rice students who share passions for expressing personal style and dreaming up creative concepts, 6100Main is nonhierarchical and open to anyone. Members rely on virtual and in-person …
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