Vint Cerf discussed the history of the internet as well as its impact on modern society on Sept. 13 as part of the Baker Institute’s Civil Scientist Lecture Series.
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Students earning a course grade of A+ will receive a grade point value of only 4.0 starting this semester, rather than 4.33 as in years past.
The numbers don’t lie: No one wants to live at Hanszen College.
Over the fall 2017 semester, the Office of Information Technology made improvements to on-campus Wi-Fi, and is seeking student feedback as it prepares to make even more improvements.
Rice University Police Department is delaying installation of security cameras around the residential colleges until early next semester after facing roadblocks, according to RUPD Captain Clemente Rodriguez.This week, the Office of Information Technology plans to order the cameras for the first set of colleges for installation: Lovett, Sid Richardson and Wiess Colleges, according to William Deigaard, director of the OIT’s Networking, Telecom and Data Center.
College EcoReps are currently expanding Greenware, a service where students can borrow reusable dishware for parties and other events.
Undergraduate students have submitted twice as many complaints about Wi-Fi issues as this time last year, according to Misha Bruno, Senior Consultant for IT Transformation and Strategic Initiatives and the manager of the OIT’s new wireless upgrade project.