Daily Features

OPINION

The future of U.S.-China relations

The relationship between the United States and China has always been tenuous at best. Like members of a class project group forced to interact with one another against their will, China and the United States find themselves forced to cooperate.

OPINION

A different kind of learning

As we turn the corner to the final push of the semester, the stress creeps up on us. The end of semester grind is filled with non-stop work and assignments.

OPINION

​Why still Duke?

To commemorate this year’s 60-percent-chance-of-rain LDOC, we compiled excerpts from letters written by Duke’s outgoing seniors as they reflect on their time and final year at Duke. East Campus: “Back in 2012, we studied in Lilly, ate in Marketplace and went to Shooters every Wednesday and Saturday night like good freshmen.

OPINION

Letter to the editor

On Sunday April 24, The Chronicle featured a story describing my presidential veto of the $40,000 DSG senate allotted for the student yearbook the Chanticleer.

OPINION

RSVP: a proposal for (pro)activity

“Cruz-Kasich alliance the latest GOP stunner,” read a Wall Street Journal headline yesterday. (As I eyeballed that phrase, “Cruz-Kasich alliance,” I proceeded to perform an impromptu Earl Grey spit-take upon my beloved keyboard.

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Motivation at square one

Let me start off by saying congratulations to the Class of 2016. Y’all truly did kill it. Your success stories keep many of us motivated to continue striving for perfection after having fallen just short of it time after time.