Out of ordinary materials, artistYasuaki Onishi created the stunninginstallation “reverse of volume RG.”Held over through July at the RiceArt Gallery.
Shepherd School doctoral studentRobert McClure and musiciansperform original compositions at theOrange Show.
EMERGEncy Room gallery is openfor art.
Shepherd School alumni record a CDfor flute and piano.
A poem by Joseph Campana
“Democracy Despite Itself” explainswhy the system works, against allodds.
“The I Ching, A Biography,” byRichard Smith, illuminates thehistory of a classic.
By his senior year, talented tennisplayer Christian Saravia had lost hisgame. And then …
Sports news and happenings
Houston, we have engagement.
As evidenced by the UnConvention andRice’s growing outreach programs, Rice bothives back and grows stronger from working with the city.
By David W. Leebron
Time and Again
She’ll always have Paris. Hallie Jordan ’12revisits the world of photographerEugene Atget.
By Jenny West Rozelle
Above Us Only Sky
The much-anticipated public art installationby James Turrell opens.
Photo by Paul Hester
A City in Transition
So you think you know Houston? Chancesare you could learn a surprising thing ortwo about Rice’s hometown from the KinderHouston Area Survey.
By Lynn Gosnell
An UnConventional Celebration
For three days this spring, Rice welcomedneighbors, alumni and families to campus.Read all about it.
By Alyson Ward
A walk through campus spurs 50 yearsof memories.
By Ron Sass
The Case of the Blogging Historian
Wherein the centennial historian, MelissaKean, ﬁnds clues to Rice’s past and solvesa few mysteries, too.
By Lynn Gosnell
Running on Sunshine
They came. They broke down. They onquered. Student-built solar carﬁnishes strong.
By Lynn Gosnell and Mike Williams