Going Abroad, and the You that Comes Home

This summer, while my friends worked internships and went on family vacations, I decided to spend more time doing one my favorite things: more school! I spent 6 weeks studying German in Berlin, on a program called Rice-in-Germany, which is one of many Rice-in-Country programs that send Rice students to the country of their target […]

Rice in South Carolina!

I’ve had a whirlwind end of school year and summer! At the end of the school year I participated in a fundraising event for an organization called St. Baldricks focused on raising money to support research towards the cure to children’s cancer. In order to raise money, I pledged to shaved my head on April […]

Beyond the Hedges, Summer Edition

When you think of potential places to spend your summer, does Houston cross your mind? If it doesn’t, it should. This is a rather bold assertion coming from someone who will be spending two months working abroad this summer, but I firmly believe that Houston is entirely underrated for all that it has to offer. […]

My Summer in Japan

This is a guest post written by Lisa Chiba, a junior Chemical Engineering major who did research in Japan over the summer. While watching everyone travel to foreign exotic countries to study abroad, you might be wondering, is there such a thing as an internship abroad?  My name is Lisa Chiba, and I am a […]