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This Week at Rice: Week of 3/26

Your guide to this week’s happenings, ranging from the academic to the social.

Monday, March 26

Philosophy Club Meeting

12 p.m., Humanities Building 227

Jewish Studies Student Association Presents “I Don’t Trust Your Camera but I Trust You” with Yehuda Sharim

5:45 p.m., Humanities Building 118

Tuesday, March 27

Graduate Student Association Blood Drive

All day, RMC Grand Hall

Building a More Resilient Housing System

8:30 a.m.—12 p.m., Ripley House Neighborhood Center (4410 Navigation Blvd)

Jewish Studies Student Association Lunch Break with Dr. Heffes: “Jewish Life in Argentina”

12:15 p.m., Baker Hall Commons

A Talk and Reading by Sheila Heti, Author of “How Should a Person Be?: A Novel from Life”

4 p.m., Rayzor Hall 119

Contraception & Safe Sex Panel + Tacos a Go Go

6:30 p.m., Sewall Hall 309

Wednesday, March 28

English Fall Preview & Open House

12 p.m.—5 p.m., Herring Hall 255

Lunch and Lead: Navigating the Media

12:10 p.m., Farnsworth Pavilion

Drop-in Hands Only CPR

2 p.m., RMC Miner Lounge

Thursday, March 29

Wealth Strain’s Role in Generating Educational Inequality: Theory, Mechanisms, and Effects

2 p.m., Sewall Hall 250

Jefferson’s Sons: Notes on the State of Virginia and Virginian Antislavery, 1760–1832

4 p.m., Humanities Building 315

Poetry Reading

6 p.m., Sewall Hall 309

H. Albert Napier Rice Launch Challenge: Startup Competition

6 p.m.—9 p.m., Liu Idea Lab for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (COB 130) 

Friday, March 30

Guest Artist Master Class

11 a.m., Stude Concert Hall (Alice Pratt Brown Hall)

Andrew Zago Lecture

6 p.m., Chiles Theater (Moody Center)

Saturday, March 31

Rice Center for Engineering Leadership Splashdown Competition

11 a.m.—4 p.m., Gibbs Recreation Center

Drop-in Hands Only CPR

12 p.m., RMC Meyer Conference Room

New Art / New Music

3 p.m., Brown Foundation Gallery (Moody Center)

Rice Electric Vehicle Car Reveal Event

5 p.m., Rice Engineering Quad

Sunday, April 1

Ellie is a Political Science and Policy Studies double major at Rice University, with a minor in Politics, Law and Social Thought. She spent the spring of 2017 studying/interning in London, and hopes to return to England for grad school. Academically, Ellie's passion lies in evaluating policies that further the causes of gender equality, LGBT rights, and access to satisfactory healthcare, specifically as it pertains to women's health and mental health. She also loves feminist memoirs, eighteenth-century history, old bookstores, and new places. She's continuously inspired by the many strong females in her life, and is an unequivocal proponent of women supporting women.
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