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  • The mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh and last year's deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville are just two examples of anti-Semitism – commonly defined as hostility to, prejudice or discrimination against Jews. An anti-Semitism teach-in at Rice focused on these expressions of hate and how communities can support people affected by them with sensitivity, cultural competence and compassion.

    Anti-Semitism teach-in brings Rice community together

    The mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh and last year's deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville are just two examples of anti-Semitism – commonly defined as hostility to, prejudice or discrimination against Jews. An anti-Semitism teach-in at Rice focused on these expressions of hate and how communities can support people affected by them with sensitivity, cultural competence and compassion.

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  • Lovett College celebrated its 50th anniversary Nov. 2-3 with a variety of commemorative activities, including two parties and a wine tasting.

    Lovett College turns 50

    Lovett College celebrated its 50th anniversary Nov. 2-3 with a variety of commemorative activities, including two parties and a wine tasting.

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  • At the end of the ninth week of the Rice United Way Campaign, pledges and contributions are $192,526 — 77 percent of the $250,000 goal. […]

    Rice United Way Campaign near 80 percent of goal

    At the end of the ninth week of the Rice United Way Campaign, pledges and contributions are $192,526 — 77 percent of the $250,000 goal. […]

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  • Rather than allow power plants and industry to toss carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, incoming Rice assistant professor Haotian Wang has a plan to convert the greenhouse gas into useful products in a green way.

    New catalyst turns pollutant into fuel

    Rather than allow power plants and industry to toss carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, incoming Rice assistant professor Haotian Wang has a plan to convert the greenhouse gas into useful products in a green way.

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  • Students in full tuxedos and glittering gowns merengued and mamboed their way across the floor inside the Rice Memorial Center’s Grand Hall during the two-day Dances with Owls competition Nov. 2 and 3.

    Dances with Owls

    Students in full tuxedos and glittering gowns merengued and mamboed their way across the floor inside the Rice Memorial Center’s Grand Hall during the two-day Dances with Owls competition Nov. 2 and 3.

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  • Ming Yi, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, has won the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics’ 2019 Young Scientist Prize for the Structure […]

    People, papers and presentations

    Ming Yi, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, has won the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics’ 2019 Young Scientist Prize for the Structure […]

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  • Rice’s Veterans Business Battle, an annual business competition designed for U.S. military veterans, is reaching out to new and existing entrepreneurs for the 2019 event. Applications will open on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

    Rice’s Veterans Business Battle seeks entrepreneurs for 2019 competition

    Rice’s Veterans Business Battle, an annual business competition designed for U.S. military veterans, is reaching out to new and existing entrepreneurs for the 2019 event. Applications will open on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

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