Monthly Archives: March 2011

Centennial of Lovett Hall Update

Someone just reminded me that I should put up a link to my opinion piece on Lovett Hall that ran in yesterday’s Chronicle. (Hint: I came out in favor of it.)

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Centennial of Lovett Hall

There’s going to be a big celebration tonight in honor of the centennial of the laying of the cornerstone of the Administration Building (now called Lovett Hall). I’m up in Omaha for a meeting so I won’t be there, but I … Continue reading

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Friday Afternoon Follies

This is long-time English professor and beloved Wiess RA John Parish, circa 1970. It’s hard to come up with a scenario wherein this outfit make any sense. But I think there’s a good chance the picture was taken on a … Continue reading

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JFK at Rice

Today’s discovery was a very nice one. Inspired by the earlier post about JFK at Rice, alumnus Mike Loeb (class of 1963) brought in pictures that he had taken as an undergrad during Kennedy’s appearance at Rice Stadium. They’re just … Continue reading

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I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken-Aviation at Rice

Remember the other day when I thought I might have wrongly dated this picture? I had it pegged at about 1917, but because I didn’t see East or West Halls when I looked at again I thought I might have … Continue reading

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A busy day

I had another really busy day today, trying to do several things at once. I did some voice overs for the video they’re making for the celebration of the centennial of the laying of the Lovett cornerstone next Monday. I … Continue reading

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