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Paradise of the Lost
4 months ago

Paradise of the Lost

My photographs of anonymous sites around Galveston Island depict a sense of loneliness and abandonment. I’m intrigued by the remnant of the temporal inhabitant — the nearly collapsed fence, the oil …
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Basquiat à la Social Isolation
4 months ago

Basquiat à la Social Isolation

This was for a re-creation assignment, and I was drawn to a Jean-Michel Basquiat painting because it was as chaotic as everything else I was feeling at the time. My …
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Designing for Donations
5 months ago

Designing for Donations

In the global efforts to combat COVID-19, staying at home has played an important part in limiting the spread of the virus. What happens, however, when you don’t have a …
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Tiny Acts of Kindness
6 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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Yes, and …
6 months ago

Yes, and …

A murderous alchemist, a communist Barney and a pair of rival unicyclists are just a handful of the colorful characters that were onstage at Herring 100 for Spontaneous Combustion’s first show …
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Summer of Salsa
6 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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Guided Tours Available
6 months 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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Now Listening: #CORONACOVERS
6 months ago

Now Listening: #CORONACOVERS

Hand-holding is the last thing anyone should do during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a Shepherd School violin student won’t let social distancing stop her from doing what she does best.


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BakerShake’s Beginnings
6 months ago

BakerShake’s Beginnings

The origin of Baker Shakespeare, now affectionately known as “BakerShake,” began in 1969 when Chuck Becker ’73 and Ed Dickinson ’73 asked English professor Wes Morris to help them produce …
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Scene: Campus Then and Now
6 months ago

Scene: Campus Then and Now

Julia Casbarian ’20 photographed Rice campus landmarks and layered them with historical images of the same locations. The resulting images show “how Rice has both changed and remained the same …
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