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July 7, 2015

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Caroline Levander:
Are Hotels Dangerous? (New York Times)

Rice Farmers Market:
Local Eats (Texas Medical Center News)

Rice History Corner:
Click here for Melissa Kean's latest blog entry entitled "Smile, Willis!"

July 6, 2015

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Boris Yakobson:
Graphene flexes its electronic muscles (Rice News)

July 5, 2015

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IBB Girls Stem Initiative:
Participants compete in cardboard canoe regatta (Rice News)

July 4, 2015

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Rice Architecture:
YouTube – What's it like to be an Archi at Rice by Andrew Bertics ‘18

July 3, 2015

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CP Buster Sullivan (1960 - 2015):
On June 26, CP Buster Sullivan passed away in San Antonio.  A native Houstonian, he graduated from Milby High School and from Rice in 1963 where he was a one-year basketball letterman (1960).  Click here for the Chronicle obituary.

Emilie Ringe:
With $10 million in her pocket, Rice scientist buys a microscope (Chronicle)
Rice boots up powerful microscopes (Rice News)

July 2, 2015

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Remembering Dan Weiser '54 by Fred Sklar '56:
“In addition to his academic achievements, Dan Weiser was a member of the varsity Rice Fencing team in 1950 which was a Southwest Conference sport but then went dormant until his senior year in 1954 when the sport was reinstated by the Conference and he lettered on that team which he helped to start and which ultimately beat A&M and UT in 1956 to win the Conference championship”.

Remembering Dan Weiser '54 by John Wolda '56:
“Dan Weiser was my math tutor.  Probably the toughest job he ever had.  I did pass.”

Rice History Corner:
Click here for Melissa Kean's latest blog entry entitled "Not Likely to Sunburn, 1914".

July 1, 2015

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Dan Weiser (1933 - 2015):
On June 20, Dan Weiser passed away.  A native Missourian, he earned a BA (1954), a Masters (1956) and a PhD (1958) from Rice, all in Mathematics.  He enjoyed a very successful career as a mathematician with Mobil Oil in Dallas.  Also, social activism and community service were central to his life.  He is survived by, among others, his wife of 61 years, Louette ’55.  Click here for the Dallas Morning News obituary. 

Rice History Corner:
Click here for Melissa Kean's latest blog entry entitled "A great half-time show, 1960".

June 30, 2015

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Rice Observatory:
Observatory open tonight for Jupiter-Venus conjunction (Rice News)

Bettye Mathis Alexander (1929 - 2015):
On June 11, Bettye Alexander passed away after a long illness.  A native Houstonian, she attended Rice (class of 1949), married Thomas Alexander in 1945 and moved to Pearland in 1949.  For over 50 years, she was a realtor and managing partner with her husband and son in their real estate investment management company.  Also, she was very involved with the public libraries and the public schools.  Click here for The Pearland Journal obituary. 

Rice History Corner:
Click here for Melissa Kean's latest blog entry entitled "Welcome Golden Anniversary Class of 1924".

June 29, 2015

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Douglas Gooselaw  (1944 - 2015):
On June 17, Douglas Gooselaw passed away.  A native Minnesotan, he earned a BA in German and English from Bemidji State in 1966 and a MA in German from Rice in 1968.  He enjoyed a teaching career at Benedict College in South Carolina, a community college near Houston and USC before returning to Montana to take care of his parents in their declining years.  Also, he was active in the community.  Click here for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle obituary.

June 28, 2015

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Daniel Cortez '15:
Cortez wins Powell award (The Rice Thresher)

Ruth Rote Urmy (1926 - 2015):
On April 13, Ruth Urmy passed away.  A native Coloradoan, she was a Reagan HS Redcoat, she married in 1946 and she graduated from Rice in 1960.  She worked for the State of Texas Welfare Department for 28 years.  She is predeceased by, among others, her husband of 59 years, Kenneth.  Click here for the Chronicle obituary.
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