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Fall 2019

A Piece of Home
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A Piece of Home

Jasmine Manansala, Brown CollegeI brought my Build-A-Bear teddy bear, Petal, with me. She was a present for my sixth birthday. Since she’s wearing a set of my baby clothes, …
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Transforming Experience
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Transforming Experience

Students from Rice’s Black Male Leadership Initiative (BMLI) ended their five-day cultural excursion to Atlanta this past May on an unexpected high note: A surprise encounter with Congressman John Lewis …
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Resources for All
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Resources for All

As director of the university’s Disability Resource Center (DRC), Alan Russell makes sure students, faculty and staff with disabilities receive accommodations and resources necessary to navigate campus and excel in …
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Syllabus: Drama is Life
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Syllabus: Drama is Life

Co-teachers Joseph Campana, the Alan Dugald McKillop Professor of English, and Christina Keefe, director of the Rice Theatre Program, are combining their complementary scholarly approaches to the wide world of …
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Sid Rises
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Sid Rises

First opened in 1971, Sid Richardson College has been the tallest building on campus for almost 50 years. Plans for reconstructing Sid Rich have been in the works for years, …
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Inventing the Future, Assessing the Past
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Inventing the Future, Assessing the Past

Illustration by Paddy Mills

In 1963, Dennis Gabor, a Hungarian who had fled the Nazis and immigrated to Britain, published “Inventing the Future,” a book that contained his most famous …
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An Issue With No Theme
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An Issue With No Theme

Illustration by Paddy Mills

In the past two issues, we’ve featured themes of creativity (Spring 2019) and life after Rice (Summer 2019). This issue does not follow suit. In fact, …
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Welcome, Owls!
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Welcome, Owls!

*This graphic includes only domestic students and follows the federal methodology for reporting domestic ethnicity and race. Figures are rounded to nearest whole number.

Source: Rice’s Office of Enrollment and …
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