UH, Rice tried to keep the lid onAs we noted back in August, the Houston Chronicle's initial reporting on Rice's controversial sale of KTRU to UH was glowingly positive, at least in part because of a deal where the paper agreed to hold the information until the schools wanted it released.
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Photo by Marc BrubakerRice officials coudn't face the musicRice students and KTRU fans got yet another setback last night. Amidst a packed crowd of students, members of KTRU staff and loyal listeners, everyone with a question voiced their opinions and frustrations. The only problem was the lack o ... More >>
Update/correction (10:52 a.m.): According to Joey Yang, the KTRU staff does not have legal counsel at this time.
Marc BrubakerRice officials coudn't face the musicRice students and KTRU fans got yet another setback last night. Amidst a packed crowd of students, members of KTRU staff and loyal li ... More >>
Photo by Brittanie SheyKTRU fans: Shut up and listenThe ongoing debate over the University of Houston's decision to buy Rice's KTRU station and use it for classical music has had its moments, to be sure.Several of them have been provided by Linda Thrane, Rice's V-P for public affairs.Among her ar ... More >>
The tragedy in Haiti is hitting home pretty hard for some Rice people.Alumna Diane (Berry) Caves, class of 2000, was in Port-Au-Prince, at the Hotel Montana, which was heavily damaged. She has not been heard from since.Caves was in Haiti on an assignment for the Centers for Disease Control and Pr ... More >>