As an architect, art and architectural historian, and interdisciplinary scholar, Fabiola López-Durán has guided many students to a deeper understanding of the overlapping influences of art, architecture, politics and the … Read More
Rice’s student-run radio station regained its former call sign in August after an eight-year hiatus. Harrison Lorenzen, the KTRU operations director, spearheaded the $10,000 buyback after the station that originally … Read More
Male allies can play a powerful role in combating chauvinistic behavior toward women, but they can also unintentionally contribute to sexism, a recent study found. “Helping or Hurting? Understanding Women’s … Read More
In “Sweet Taste of Liberty: A True Story of Slavery and Restitution in America” (Oxford University Press, 2019), Rice historian Caleb McDaniel brings to light the astonishing story of Henrietta Wood, a … Read More
After majoring in studio art, Kathryn Dunlevie '74 has become known for her mixed-media narrative collages. Her richly-layered works will be exhibited at this year's FotoFest starting tomorrow and through May 9th.
Learn more about Kathryn's work here: http://ow.ly/5ei550yxz8U