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RE: Favorite Rice Sports Memory
(03-25-2020 01:53 PM)Owl 69/70/75 Wrote:  
(03-24-2020 11:37 PM)owl40 Wrote:  To date, over 100 replies and nearly 5K views and only one mention of any Rice sports memory in the past decade (and that was down on a long list of things) even worthy of mention. Think about that...an entire decade of sports.

Other than baseball, there haven't been a lot of things since the 1960s.

I came to Rice because I thought I could get an Ivy-League-quality education while enjoying big-time athletics. There weren't many places that offered that combination. I think I got the first part, but Rice has spent the last 55 years going out of its way to deny me the second.

One thing about that education, and I would like to see how others feel about this. I don't really have that many memorable classes or professors. Where I feel I learned more than anywhere else was from the interactions with truly amazing fellow students.

+ 1 My sentiments exactly.
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