Excited children and their families from surrounding communities were welcomed to Rice campus Oct. 29 for Project Pumpkin, the university’s annual event full of Halloween crafts and fun for all ages.
Tamara Siler ’87 has always wanted to play the role of Mama Morton, the sultry matron of a women's prison in the musical “Chicago,” and sing “When You’re Good to Mama,” a number she says is a natural for her alto and contralto voice.
As a token of appreciation to Rice and Houston for educating and hosting their children, the Rice University Chinese Parents Association has donated 65,000 disposable masks and 250 face shields to Memorial Hermann hospital and the Harris Health System.
The Rev. Nathan Lonsdale Bledsoe ’09 and Lucas Marr ’08 became friends at Rice through their love of cooking. When Hurricane Ike thundered through Houston in 2008, both of them helped the servery chef at Lovett College make meals for those who stayed through the storm.
Campus Kindness is a series of features on Rice Owls contributing to the fight against COVID-19.
Campus Kindness is a series of features on Rice Owls contributing to the fight against COVID-19. Read more here.
If your summer travel plans have been sabotaged by the COVID-19 pandemic, don’t worry: Rice University’s Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) has come up with a novel way to see the world from your favorite armchair.
At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic in Houston, Rice alumnus Roland von Kurnatowski ’02 knew he had the resources and knowledge to help health care workers protect themselves while fighting the deadly virus.