Rice students, faculty and staff are finishing the spring semester in unprecedented circumstances, responding to the threat of COVID-19 by hunkering down and delivering classes online.
Despair, depression and guilt aren’t helping us — or the planet. What will?
A new task force eyes way to coordinate environmental initiatives and research as only Rice can.
CAAAS will provide a unique hub for conversations about race, identity and more.
“I have never loved teaching like I love teaching now,” said Winningham, who almost became a lawyer but for another influential Rice professor.
Leslie Contreras Schwartz '02 lauds the university for encouraging her passion for poetry.
A new series of courses seeks to further integrate the humanities into a broad-based Rice education.
Keefe’s class is about communication first and foremost, and it’s not just for theater majors.
The Rice writer-in-residence talks Twitter, TV adaptation trials and being a tourist on set.
The Moody Center for the Arts will host a free, public lecture series featuring researchers from across U.S. this spring.