To better understand anti-Black racism in America, Joe Karlgaard set out to educate himself about the Black experience, recording and reflecting on what he read, listened to, watched and learned every week for a year.
A moment in time on campus
Rainey Knudson’s latest production is a gorgeous compendium and homage to Rice Gallery’s unconventional installation art.
During the pandemic, Marykathryn Charles found comfort and connection in her favorite game.
A magazine provides an artful creative outlet for students of any discipline.
Bioscientist Kory Evans is immersed in the fantastic, fascinating (and a little bit freaky) evolution of fish. His aim is to learn more about the relationship between behavior, environment and genetics in creating the development of an astonishing diversity of species.
Silver medalist Ahalya Lettenberger shines at the Paralympics.
How to overcome setbacks in the workplace.
We asked Kirsten R.W. Matthews why are so many people hesitant to get vaccinated for COVID-19?
Erica Ogwumike juggles basketball, medical school and the significance of an Olympic berth.
“Doc Talks,” a series of live webinars and companion podcasts, invites audiences to listen in on conversations about Rice’s history that are reshaping how we think about our past, connect to the present and plan for the university’s future.
Engineering an implantable device that delivers insulin to Type 1 diabetics.
The renovated 1912 building is the new home of the Department of Statistics.
A delightfully profound Q&A with Rice’s newest leaders.
Having notched her first Olympic competition, javelin powerhouse Ariana Ince is stretching her Olympic dreams to include Paris in 2024.
Excerpts from Owlmanac
Dan Weaver is the James Bond of chemical-free bee breeding.
New data visualization reveals undercounted deaths associated with the pandemic.
This year, the U.S. government released a preliminary report on unidentified aerial phenomena, more commonly known as UFOs. We sat down with Jeffrey Kripal, a historian of religions, to discuss the report as well as the cultural and academic significance of these unexplained topics.
Rice welcomes its biggest class ever with hope, care and optimism.