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Why Duke should do more to fight housing segregation in Durham

When I first toured Duke, everyone told me about the exciting city of Durham.  My tour guide proudly stated that Bon Appetit Magazine had recently named Durham “America’s Foodiest Small Town.”  As I began my first semester at Duke, I found this boasting about Durham’s food culture to be well-founded.  Downtown Durham offers a wide variety of locally owned, popular and healthy options.


How I learned to be Asian-American

This column was born because I was tired of not being able to express my Asianness. I’ll admit that I spent my first three years at Duke trying to figure ...


Learning to see clearly

After four years, I feel an enduring gratitude to Duke for the ways in which it has shaped me and helped me to continue the process of defining who I ...


Glad I stayed

Of the six or so clubs I joined at the start of my freshman year, The Chronicle was the only one I stuck to until the end.


My 'Why Duke?' essay worked out

We all remember our “Why Duke?” essay. It’s the first time most of us are asked to reflect critically about ourselves in relation to this University. ...


The benefit of the doubt

If there’s a reason I’ve contributed as much as I have to The Chronicle in four years, it’s because of a desire for truth. I think we reporters ...