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NEWS 3/18/14 4:56pm

No indictment for RUPD after investigation

After a formal investigation, a Grand Jury has decided not to indict two Rice University Police Department officers on allegations of misconduct regarding a bike theft incident in August 2013, according to RUPD Chief Johnny Whitehead


NEWS 3/18/14 4:55pm

Proposal for neuroscience major to be written

The Rice University Neuroscience Department has created a steering committee to put together a proposal for a neuroscience major to university administration, according to Neuroscience Department Director David Dickman.


NEWS 3/11/14 5:49pm

Impact of SAT changes on Rice admission standards unclear

Although College Board recently announced plans to focus the SAT on skills practical in a university setting, Vice President for Enrollment Chris Munoz said he will defer judgement on how it will impact admissions until the exact changes are revealed on April 16.



NEWS 3/11/14 5:46pm

Land holdings bolster endowment

Rice University owns several pieces of land around Texas and other parts of the southern United States. These investments are all maintained by the Rice Management Company, a division of the university responsible for managing the school’s endowment. Compiled by Anita Alem


NEWS 3/11/14 5:46pm

Tuition increases at lower rate

Undergraduate tuition will increase 4.2 percent next year from $38,260 to $39,880, according to Vice President for Finance Kathy Collins. This will raise the total cost of attendance — which includes tuition, $686 in mandatory fees and $13,400 for room and board — by 3.9 percent, from $51,941 to $53,966.





NEWS 2/26/14 9:58am

SA Meeting Minutes

The following were noted at the meeting of the Student Association on Feb. 24.









NEWS 2/25/14 2:41pm

UCourt partially invalidates elections

The Student Association Election Committee will rerun the General Elections and merge them with the previously scheduled SA Internal Vice President Elections running through Feb. 28 at 11:59 p.m. after the University Court found the 2014 SA General Elections partially invalid in a public hearing, according to a letter sent by University Court Chair Evan Austin on Feb. 23.