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OPINION

Women take Washington

On January 21, the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, an estimated 500,000 people took to the streets of Washington, D.C. for the Women’s March. The march and its causes likely portend further consolidated action in the next four years.

OPINION

Dissecting rush

 "Amy, you need to rush so you can write the annual Chronicle article about how rush sucks!" So said a friend of mine. In retrospect, this was a terrible reason to rush, but I did go through the motions—for SLG rush at least, I went to events, signed in, talked with people, smiled and pretended to be enjoying the process.

OPINION

Has Zhang Yimou died?

Hollywood has long been accused of its massive destruction of the world’s cultural landmark and heritage.

OPINION

In search of economic diversity

A recently published New York Times infographic that documented the wealth of college students’ households sent a wave of electricity through Duke’s campus, sparking discussions about income diversity at the university and Duke’s image as an elite institution of higher education.