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While most of Rice University took part in Beer Bike on Saturday, some students left campus to attend the March For Our Lives, a student-led demonstration taking place around the country in support of tighter gun control following the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida.
The Student Association Senate passed a resolution calling for the creation of more minors with only one abstention at Monday’s meeting.
Postmates, instant ramen and dinner at the magisters’ house were some of the survival tools for students who stayed on campus for Thanksgiving break.
Students celebrated the first ever Period Week from Nov. 13 to Nov. 17 with events aimed to de-stigmatize menstruation and tackle unfair legislation.
IDEA, an alternate course and instructor evaluation system piloted in about 200 classes last year, will not be implemented at Rice despite a committee recommendation to move forward with the system, according to Provost Marie Lynn Miranda.
Students gathered over tacos for LGBTQ Sex Ed 101 on Oct. 5 to discuss sexual health and experiences with sex and relationships.
The Baker College commons contains only its usual smattering of students doing their homework and hanging out. Suddenly, the doors open and the quiet is shattered. In marches a group of students in red sweaters and Santa hats, carrying in tray after tray of cookies painstakingly prepared for the students. It’s Baker Christmas.