A compact workshop in Alice Pratt Brown Hall is where student oboists practice the skill of reed making.
Felony convictions hinder efforts to access stable housing even if no prison time is served.
Why is there a shortage of baby formula?
Analyst and investigative journalist Casey Michel is hanging money launderers out to dry.
By the Numbers
A culinary collaboration with HISD students provides a full-circle career path for one former intern.
Priceless experiences give study abroad students expanded worldviews.
Beth Leaver captains the home team.
A new O-Week Q&A panel focuses on accommodations for students with disabilities.
A classic collaborative storytelling game is once again a campus favorite.
Visible tattoos, increasingly common, draw scrutiny and invite conversation in the workplace.
Huda Zoghbi received the Kavli Prize for pioneering research into brain disorders.
A new book by photography professor Geoff Winningham tracks his journeys through Mexico to document Day of the Dead celebrations.
Highlights of the 2022 Kinder Houston Area Survey
Maryana Iskander leads the global nonprofit Wikimedia and its volunteer-led platform with a mission to make knowledge free and factual.
Jasmin Silva brings a passion for public service to a career in technology.
Excerpts from Owlmanac
The questions asked by these Rice computer scientists, bioengineers, geologists, mechanical engineers and astronomers will one day help humans explore space.
NASA has set a course for returning humans to the moon to live, work and explore, laying the groundwork for the heretofore impossible — human missions to Mars.
Melissa Kean ’96, Rice’s former centennial historian, sat down with Reginald DesRoches, the soon-to-be inaugurated eighth president of Rice University, for a wide-ranging interview.
We gathered thoughts and impressions from new students as they experienced O-Week.
A Note from President DesRoches
Sixty years ago, President John F. Kennedy gave a speech at Rice Stadium that launched the nation into an era of human space exploration. Rice alumni and friends share their memories.