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Taking Root
5 days ago

Taking Root

When the COVID-19 pandemic invaded our city and sent us to our houses to practice social distancing, it was a shock to our humanity. Never in my life had I …
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Good Apples
6 days ago

Good Apples

For many people, especially the elderly and those with underlying health conditions, a simple task like going out to buy groceries now comes with great risk and worry amidst this …
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Art Together
2 weeks ago

Art Together

Tamara Siler ’87 has always wanted to play the role of Mama Morton, a sultry character in the musical “Chicago,” and sing “When You’re Good to Mama,” a song she …
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An Extra Helping
1 month ago

An Extra Helping

The Rev. Nathan Lonsdale Bledsoe ’09 and Lucas Marr ’08 became friends at Rice through their love of cooking. When Hurricane Ike thundered through Houston in 2008, both of them …
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Flip For Good
2 months ago

Flip For Good

Owned by Willet Feng ’06 and Diane Feng ’07, Burger-Chan is a local restaurant beloved by all who know this hidden gem. Located in the underground food court at Greenway …
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The Problem With Pepe
2 months ago

The Problem With Pepe

Making movies and designing buildings are all part of a good week’s work for Rice Architecture alumnus Giorgio Angelini ’13. But one week in January was special — an Angelini …
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Tiny Acts of Kindness
2 months ago

Tiny Acts of Kindness

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt our lives and cause hardship and suffering in our communities, we want to call attention to the generosity of spirit that this crisis …
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Olympic Spirit
2 months ago

Olympic Spirit

When Rosey Edeh ’90 studied art and art history at Rice, she could often be found behind a camera, one of her photographic subjects being the campus’s historic architecture. 

But …
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Summer of Salsa
2 months 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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Making What Matters
2 months 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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