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“Humans of Paris: Picturing Social Life in the Nineteenth Century” will be on display until Feb. 18, 2018 in Perkins.
The UNC student group We the Ladies raised over $400 for the Compass Center for Women and Families at their all-femme comedy show Nov. 16.
Madame Margaret Snatcher performs at a drag show on Duke's East Campus in April.
Polaroids line the wall behind the counter at Duke Coffeehouse on East Campus, which turns 50 this year.
The Women's Center, located in the Crowell building on East Campus, provides valuable resources for students.
Pictured in May at Atlanta's Shaky Knees Fest, James Murphy (center) and LCD Soundsystem returned from retirement with "American Dream."
New Jersey's Pinegrove was among the many indie rock acts featured at Shaky Knees in downtown Atlanta.
James Murphy (center) and LCD Soundsystem headlined Shaky Knees one week after releasing two new singles.
The Coffeehouse arts showcase featured experimental music by student groups like La Plastique, a four-piece ensemble.