A Continued Cultivation of the Classics
As an undergraduate, Susannah Wright participated in the university’s Center for Civic Leadership Century Scholars program, which matches select first-year students with faculty mentors. She chose Scott McGill, Professor of Classical Studies, as her faculty mentor and throughout her time at Rice, the two developed a research partnership founded on their shared interests in Latin literature, epic poetry, linguistics and translations. Read more >>
“I feel like people have a misconception of what research looks like. Research is anything where you’re trying to gather knowledge to advance a field. That’s what all the humanities students are doing here at Rice.”
The Rice Theatre Program is hosting cast and crew auditions for: As You Like It
As You Like It is a comedy by William Shakespeare and will be directed by Christina Keefe.
Cast and crew auditions will be held at Hamman Hall on August 27, from 7-9 PM.
Walter Widrig, professor emeritus of art and art history who taught at Rice for 31 years, died July 27. He was 90.
Munachi Uzodike ’19, a Kinesiology major who minored in African Studies, delivered the 2019 Undergraduate Convocation speech. During her remarks, she gave a shout-out to faculty member, Jacqueline Couti, the Laurence H.
Susannah Wright’s connection with the School of Humanities didn’t end when she walked out of the Sallyport on graduation day.
Congratulations to David Worth, Shannon LaBove and the Rice debate team for a successful season!
Rice’s debate team is one of the best in the U.S.
By David Ruth, Rice Magazine