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By Tyler Fredricks on
I learned two things about Yik Yak this past summer: first, that it existed and, second, that my home Yak feed was awful.
By Elissa Levine on
My babysitters in elementary school were a series of undergrads from a local university.
By Kyle Harvey on
I recently said goodbye to my pre-major advisor and hello to my new major.
By Bron Maher on
As everyone surely already knows, the fifth season of Game of [whatever those swingy bench things on the BC Plaza are called] is returning to television in the coming weeks.
By Isabella Kwai on
The man behind the Publix counter stares as I pack my groceries.
By Kalifa Wright on
Duke University employs over 250 staff who are hired as housekeepers for the maintenance of the community spaces on a weekly bases.
By Fedner Lauture on
The expression “throwing shade” has somehow found its way into mainstream media and is now everywhere.
By Ananya Zutshi on
It’s no secret that my favorite thing about Duke is the incredible research culture.
By James Tian on
“I love you.”
By Shruti Rao on
The snow is gone and green leaves peak out from tree branches as spring rolls in. More importantly, my Facebook newsfeed and email is full of brackets. March Madness is upon us.
By Monday Monday on
It is 3pm on sunny March day and you have just enjoyed hearty meal of orange chicken and tasty lo-mein from the Panda Express.
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By Dillon Patel on
The NCAA tournament is slowly upon us and it seems like everyone is hosting their own bracket competition.
By Julia Janco on
I grip my fist tight in the palm of my hand, plant my feet shoulder width-apart and whip my elbow around, making firm contact with the shield.
By Cara Peterson on
I am the type of person you would likely label an extrovert within the first few minutes of meeting.
By Katie Becker on
Maybe you’ve been there. Have you ever walked down the street—or past a fraternity bench—and heard unwelcome, objectifying comments about your body?
By Rachel Anderson on
These words adorn many shirts in my closet, but I didn’t fully appreciate their meaning until I participated in the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) conference over spring break.
By Leena El-Sadek on
My hero is not just one person.
By Ellie Schaack on
Here’s a fun fact: about three and a half years ago, a significant portion of the current senior class were vegetarians.
By Caleb Ellis on
As a dental hygienist, the second thing my grandma would often say to me after “Hello” was, “You haven’t been flossing, have you?”
By Jay Sullivan on
From their final resting place, you can see the waves of the English Channel softly break onto the shores.