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Top Five: Ways Students Distracted Themselves During Harvey
11 months ago

Top Five: Ways Students Distracted Themselves During Harvey

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

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Bored/board games — Baker Boat, floor Olympics and lots …
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Lovett’s Past Times
11 months ago

Lovett’s Past Times

Lovett College’s unique physical appearance has generated a lot of interesting speculation. Often compared to a giant toaster because of the concrete grating on its sides, some say Lovett …
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On Disaster and Resilience
11 months ago

On Disaster and Resilience

Each disaster has its own unique footprint. For a hurricane, it will depend on the exact path of the storm, its strength in terms of wind velocity, its speed …
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O-Week Reflections
11 months ago

O-Week Reflections

The record-breaking class of 2021 (1,048 freshmen) experienced a comprehensive introduction to campus life during O-Week in August. During seven days jam-packed with activities and events, the newest Rice …
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Democracy and Disagreement
11 months 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
11 months 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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Reader Response: Summer 2017
1 year ago

Reader Response: Summer 2017

Your food issue reminded me of my food connections with Rice. I was a “grub” at Jones College from 1968 to 1969. One night our crew decided to go for …
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Welcome to Our Table
1 year ago

Welcome to Our Table

In this issue, we feature a menu of Rice alumni who are contributing, in myriad ways, to Houston’s reputation as one of America’s most innovative and creative …
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College Food
1 year ago

College Food

In August 2001, my parents rented a van, packed it with clothes, extra-long twin bedding and dorm decorations, and then drove me from Memphis to Houston — where I …
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Greg Gatlin’s Full Plate
1 year ago

Greg Gatlin’s Full Plate

In May, owner and pitmaster Greg Gatlin ’03 got some smokin’ good news — Gatlin’s BBQ scored a spot in Texas Monthly’s “Top 50 Barbecue Joints in Texas” list. The …
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