The collages of Kathryn Dunlevie narrate a fractured world.
During an eventful and demanding research expedition to Antarctica’s Thwaites Glacier, science writer and photographer Linda Welzenbach chronicled the crew’s progress and daily challenges aboard ship and on icy shores.
With a fusion of Western pop and traditional South Asian musical styles, Basmati Beats stands out among campus singing troupes.
Charles Spain’s election to the 14th Court of Appeals caps a legal career centered on civil rights for all.
Juan Sebastian Cruz treads the boards.
Classnotes: Excerpts from Owlmanac
A former nonprofit fundraising executive spends Friday nights setting tables and sharing food, coffee and conversation with women on the margins of society.
RAs are key to Rice’s strong residential college system, helping to make each college feel like home for students.
Alumni Books - Winter 2020
An Inside Job
Rice anthropologists draw attention to the fate of Okjökull glacier — and the worsening impacts of climate change.
Students in the class Science Fiction and the Environment dive into different forms of science fiction in both novels, such as “Parable of the Sower,” and films, such as “District 9” and “Children of Men.”
Tight-knit Owls turn chemistry and hard work into program’s first NCAA Tournament victory.
6100Main finds creative ways to express themselves.
Historian Caleb McDaniel brings the remarkable life of formerly enslaved woman Henrietta Wood to light.
A research partnership between Rice’s new data lab and the Houston Fire Department looked at the numbers to improve emergency vehicle allocation.
A new study examines the role of males as advocates for women in the workplace.
Policy researcher Katharine Neill Harris studies legalization issues of cannabis.
Building and Rebuilding Rice
Rice's radio station gets its letters back.
Fabiola López-Durán in her own words
Rice hosts inaugural December convocation ceremony for graduates.