Excerpts from Owlmanac
Mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke collaborates with gifted composers in a lyrical experiment inspired by a singular historical moment.
A journalist’s popular podcast is now the hit series “The Shrink Next Door.”
Clay Reichenbach re-imagines sports radio.
Read and be inspired by the mindsets that fuel these Rice archis.
so she poured herself a new career.
After nearly two decades leading Rice, David Leebron leaves behind a school transformed.
More than a decade ago, a Rice archaeologist helped identify illegally imported African antiquities at the Port of Houston; in 2021, they were repatriated at last.
Sandra Parsons in her own words
What makes this chocolate chip cookie recipe perfect? Let’s break it down.
A new species is named after Rice’s beloved pub.
Brockman Hall for Opera comes to life as a premier home for student and professional musicians.
This five-week, discussion-based orientation course explores critical approaches to culture, identity and dialogue fundamental to living and working at the university and essential for taking full advantage of a Rice education.
Journalist and social justice advocate Sonia Nazario will give the 2022 commencement address.
Changes in need-based financial aid packages mean a Rice education is more accessible than ever.
Some people start playing Mozart from the age of 5. Some prefer to see others bringing their music to life. We spoke with three student composers about starting composition, their composition processes and releasing music to the public.
Historical research, stakeholder opinions and debate inform trustees’ decision to relocate the Rice Founder’s Memorial statue.
Rice’s campus provides arborist Dawn Roth-Ehlinger with plenty of ways to branch out and educate the community.
A note from the editor