Harvey Keeping Rice And Houston Football Teams Off CampusWith the city of Houston overwhelmed by flooding from the catastrophic storm that is the heaviest tropical downpour in U.S. history, Rice's 101 players are now based at a downtown Fort Worth hotel.
Harvey Forces Rice Football To Relocate To TCUThe Rice football team is relocating to Texas Christian University in Fort Worth as flooding continues to inundate Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
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Rice University 8-28-16Dr. Laura Murillo from the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce sits down with Dr. Peter Rodriguez, the new Dean of the Jones School of Business at Rice University. They discuss his prior work at the University of Virginia, talk about his education at Texas A&M, and get into his idea for relating better to corporate America.
The Best of The Triple Threat 08-17-2016The Best of The Triple Threat, from Wednesday 08-17-2016
Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University 6-26-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Dr. Steve Murdock (Professor, Hobby Center for the Study of Texas at Rice University) about the Hispanic Houston Impact Summit coming up on June 29. They also discuss the growing population in the Houston metro area, and get into some ways to improve socioeconomic resources for Hispanic people in the city. For more information on the Hispanic Houston Impact Summit, visit houstonhispanicchamber.com.
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Grassroots for Change 3-20-16Carmen Contreras from HOT 95-7 sits down with Sarah Kelly (Sustainability Manager, University of Houston) and Jaime Gonzalez (Community Conservation Director, Katy Prairie Conservancy) to discuss the Grassroots for Change conservation challenge for Houston area universities.
Researchers Developing Nanosubmarines Powered By LightResearchers are developing speedy microscopic submarines that are powered by light.
Researchers: Continents Rose Above Oceans 3 Billion Years AgoA recent study has revealed that the continents that compose the land mass of the earth actually rose high above the oceans about three billion years ago.
Art Lover's Walking Tour Of HoustonCheck out these five places art lovers will enjoy within walking distance!
Houston Computer Programmer Credits Education With Recent Career AdvancementHoustonian Erin Lytle talks about her education at Rice University and how it has helped her build a career in computer science.