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One for The Books: Life on and off Campus
3 months ago

One for The Books: Life on and off Campus

Nov. 9, 2020, Rice student apartment LED lights and projectors liven up an off-campus living space, photo by Channing Wang

July 2, 2020, CVS Pharmacy Junior Robin MacDonald buys …
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One For The Books: Spaces
3 months ago

One For The Books: Spaces

Nov. 1, 2020, Anderson Hall Junior Andrea Gomez heads to class, photo by Alfonso Peláez

Oct. 2, 2020, Anderson Hall A model sanitation station, photo by Genyi Huang

Sept. 31, …
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One For The Books: Play
3 months ago

One For The Books: Play

Oct. 7, 2020, Greenbriar Lot
 A lap around the bicycle track, photo by Alfonso Peláez

Nov. 6, 2020, Academic Quad Students practicing dance routines, photo by Brandon Martin

Nov. 6, …
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One For The Books: Study
3 months ago

One For The Books: Study

Oct. 28, 2020, Fondren Library An ideal place to study, photo by Vince Wang

Oct. 20, 2020, Brochstein Pavilion Coffee from the Little Kitchen HTX helps fuel study hours, photo …
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One For The Books: Classroom & Lab
3 months ago

One For The Books: Classroom & Lab

Sept. 17, 2020, Herzstein Hall
 Left: Esther Fernández teaches Spanish Right: Junior Ziyana Samanani attends class Photos by Tommy LaVergne

Oct. 27, 2020, Bioscience Research Collaborative
 Neuroengineering research in progress, …
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One For the Books
3 months ago

One For the Books

Photography by Jacar Baldwin ’22, Jeff Fitlow, Genyi Huang ’22, Tommy LaVergne, Yi Luo ’22, Brandon Martin, Alfonso Peláez ’22, Laura Semro ’23, Channing Wang ’22 and Vince …
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The Changemaker
3 months ago

The Changemaker

After a day spent drilling for soil samples on the slope of Mount Meru, a dormant volcano in Tanzania, Rice professor Cin-Ty Lee heard a soulful tune drifting across the …
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Solving the Vaccine Puzzle
3 months ago

Solving the Vaccine Puzzle

Barney S. Graham and William C. “Bill” Gruber met in 1971 as Rice freshmen.  Graham, a farm boy from Kansas, and Gruber, from what was then the outskirts of Houston, …
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We’ve Been Here Before
6 months ago

We’ve Been Here Before

By August, the disease had reached Philadelphia. But James Hutchinson, the city’s physician of the port, refused to close the port to refugees. Hutchinson believed that the disease was being …
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High Scores
6 months ago

High Scores

Germaine Franco ’84 had firmed up a full slate for 2020. As a much in-demand film composer, music producer and musician in Los Angeles, her roster is always lively — …
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