An aging millionaire’s fortune was at stake, and an unlikely pair — a lawyer and a valet — had murder on their minds.
“Lost Restaurants of Houston” profiles 24 restaurants that played a key role in Houston’s cultural evolution
Learn what ‘efficacy’ means to understand these researchers’ predictions.
A simple method may counteract a consumer’s desire to buy.
A digital archive is preserving memories of Hurricane Harvey.
Rice’s 21st head baseball coach takes over.
The Betty and Jacob Friedman Holistic Garden allows people of all ages and physical abilities to discover the benefits of planting and picking their own produce.
Read about this summer student abroad seminar in environmental studies, urban sustainability and research methods.
Greetings from China!
Adrian Lenardic, professor of Earth, environmental and planetary sciences, wonders, ‘Are we alone?’
Widespread logging and hunting have endangered virtually all of Madagascar’s 100-plus species of iconic lemurs.
The Rice Investment will ensure that promising young men and women will receive a Rice education.
The life of an opera singer has taken Anna Christy Stepp ’98 to the world’s most famous stages — in the U.S., Europe, Japan and Great Britain. But one of her favorite audiences was at the gate of LaGuardia Airport in New York City.
The discovery of unmarked graves believed to contain the remains of African-American workers conscripted into the brutal convict-leasing system helps spotlight an activist’s archive.
Bioengineer Maria Oden brings an enthusiastic, scholarly and deeply collaborative perspective to the multifaceted issue of global health inequities and challenges.
On the occasion of baseball coach Wayne Graham’s retirement, we take a look back at his long and eventful career.
Josh Earnest ’97 talks candidly with his former professor Robert Stein about the job of White House press secretary, the pernicious tribalism infecting civic discourse, leadership lessons from Beer Bike and his new base in Chicago.
Meet a group of young alumni who are bringing uncommon enthusiasm, focus and passion to their unfolding lives.
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