Created by acclaimed director and writer Noah Baumbach, the movie is easily one of Netflix’s best films to date.
The Hispanic Association for Cultural Enrichment at Rice held a festival on Friday to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. This is the first year they have celebrated with a festival.
As midterms roll around, new students can cross one item off their academic checklists: the Critical Thinking in Sexuality workshop.
“Victoria & Abdul,” the cinematic presentation of his unlikely 14-year friendship with Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, aims right for the heart to tell a warm, uplifting story about the unexpected places friendship can take us.
On Saturday night, Joywave, Cold War Kids and Young the Giant concluded their two-month tour with a sold-out show at White Oak Music Hall.
The Rice University Student Association is gathering student ideas to develop the seven major goals of Rice’s Vision for the Second Century, Part Two, which President David Leebron outlined at a Rice town hall on Tuesday.
The Moody Center for the Arts’ latest exhibit, “Mickalene Thomas: Waiting on a Prime-Time Star,” opened this Thursday. The first collection to debut since the center’s inaugural selection of exhibitions, its opening was much anticipated and celebrated.
The winning design for this year’s mini-charrette competition, “Pause Box,” will be erected at Congregation Emanu El in time for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, which begins Oct. 4.
Over the past year, the juiceBOXes have expanded past their role as Moody Center liaisons, often reaching beyond the hedges to incorporate local relevant art.
It wasn’t a blowout. But it was still a loss. For the third time in four games, Rice football could not come up with a win, this time falling 3-7 to conference rival Florida International University. The Owls are now 1-3 on the season and 1-1 in Conference USA.
Rice University’s Newborn Essential Solutions and Technologies program was named one of four finalists from over 1900 competitors for the MacArthur Foundation’s $100 million 100&Change grant on Sept. 19.
Student drivers are voicing concerns about parking, saying they have difficulty finding open spots this semester despite paying hundreds of dollars for parking permits. With the construction of the Rice University Music and Performing Arts Center, a significant portion of West Lot has been closed off this semester, according to Parking Manager Mike Morgan.