Undocumented students brought out from the shadows by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act were thrust into the nation’s spotlight after the Trump administration announced they were phasing out protections on Sept. 5.
The Hispanic Association for Cultural Enrichment at Rice hosted a discussion Tuesday night about the White House’s announcement that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy would end in six months.
Throughout Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, Rice campus remained safe due to the condition of its buildings and grounds and the existence of improved city infrastructure, said Vice President for Administration Kevin Kirby.
Have you ever done anything that you wouldn’t tell your mother? Lose 10 purity points. Ever told a lie? Ever cursed? Don’t recognize these questions from the Rice Purity Test? That’s probably because you weren’t alive when the Thresher published the original version of the test in 1924.
As fundraising begins for the construction of Rice University’s new Multicultural Center, a critical question remains: Who will run it?
In the northeast, fall begins when the leaves change color. In Florida, it’s when the snowbirds return to their gated communities.
Yvonne Romero Da Silva, the current vice dean and director of admissions at the University of Pennsylvania, will begin her role as vice president for enrollment in mid-August.
Without a doubt, Free Press Summer Fest is designed to be a summer festival tailored for Houston, yet somehow seems to forget about a Houston summer staple: rain.
On April 16, Rice baseball’s record was 13-25. Today, after a remarkable turnaround, the team is on its way to the NCAA tournament. The Owls won the Conference USA title with a walk-off 5-4 victory over the University of Southern Mississippi to earn C-USA’s automatic bid to the postseason, extending the team’s streak of 23 consecutive appearances in the NCAA tournament.