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Readers Respond: Fall 2018
1 month ago

Readers Respond: Fall 2018

SPRING 2018

As a ’76 graduate, I can say that I have observed the history of the Village through its ups and downs. We recently moved to …
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An Issue for All Seasons

Like most of our quarterly magazines, this one combines long-term planning and pure serendipity. Last winter, we put out a call for nominations for our very first “20 under 30” …
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You say vosotros, I say ustedes …
2 months ago

You say vosotros, I say ustedes …

As a Latino-American, I always dreamed of studying abroad in Spain. It seemed like a suitable second home for me, where the culture shock of my first trip to Europe …
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Our Quarterly Quest
9 months ago

Our Quarterly Quest

Welcome to the first of our quarterly issues for 2018, our Janus view, where we take stock and look ahead. First, a look back: There’s no better summary of …
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PreGame Power
9 months ago

PreGame Power

The Rice Marching Owl Band, better known as the MOB, always performs its unofficial fight song “Louie Louie” with enthusiasm. Here, director Chuck Throckmorton, drum major Bonnie Miller ’19 …
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By Any Other Name
1 year ago

By Any Other Name

Let’s start with the name — Harvey. It sounds vaguely patrician or dutiful, definitely not threatening. For those of a certain age, the name also reminds us of a …
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Top Five: Ways Students Distracted Themselves During Harvey
1 year ago

Top Five: Ways Students Distracted Themselves During Harvey

1

Thinking about swimming, but then remembering the fire ants and snakes. Yikes!

2

Bored/board games — Baker Boat, floor Olympics and lots …
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Democracy and Disagreement
1 year ago

Democracy and Disagreement

Last spring, Elizabeth Barre, associate director of the Rice Center for Teaching Excellence and adjunct assistant professor of religion, taught “Democracy and Disagreement” at the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies at …
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Hancock’s Surrealism Finds a Home at Rice
1 year ago

Hancock’s Surrealism Finds a Home at Rice

With all the excitement over the Moody Center for the Arts, it could be easy to forget that many of Rice’s previous art installations were at the Rice Art Gallery …
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Half a Year in Harbin: Final Frenzy
1 year ago

Half a Year in Harbin: Final Frenzy

Editor’s Note: Senior Taylor Ginter is majoring in Asian studies and minoring in math. She spent her first summer away from her hometown, Tucson, in Harbin, China through CET’s intensive …
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