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Going home feels kind of weird.
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Time is on my mind.
By Jay Sullivan on
This past Friday night doesn’t seem real anymore, one of those hyper-real dreams that you wake up from and question, “Did it really happen that way?”
By Cara Peterson on
I remember thinking junior year of high school that if I could just get into Duke I would have proven to myself that I was enough.
By Kalifa Wright on
A few months ago, I wrote an article about a young man who had his life stripped away from him.
By Max Stayman on
Back in the day paying for health care looked a little different than it does now.
By Ernest Britt on
I am writing in response to a recent article titled “All lives matter,” which I found to be full of contradictions and false assumptions about race and racism in America.
By Isabella Kwai on
One of the most brilliant professors I’ve ever met once whispered something to me over lunch that I've never forgotten.
By Brandon Choi on
I remember crying on the night of December 12, 2012.
By Elizabeth Djinis on
I’ve stopped inviting friends to lunch at Au Bon Pain because we inevitably always end up having the same conversation.
By Katie Becker on
Yesterday, hundreds of Duke students found out whether or not they had been accepted into one of DukeEngage’s 26 international immersion programs.
By Tyler Fredricks on
Flash back to 4 am central European time this past Monday. I'm at El Prat airport in Barcelona waiting to get checked-into my Ryanair flight when I realize that I forgot my passport at the hostel.
By Mary Ziemba on
The movement of the beginning of the holiday shopping season from Black Friday to Thanksgiving Day has driven a vicious wedge between enthusiastic consumers, retailers, staunch holiday...
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What’s on my wish list for 2015?
By Mckenna Ganz on
Let me be the first to say that I love Thanksgiving.
By Fedner Lauture on
We’ve all had that one moment when a well thought out expletive just wasn’t enough.
By Brendan McCartney on
We need to reevaluate the way we talk about race in the United States.
By Justin Koritzinsky on
With exams fast approaching, it’s time to finally start doing the semester’s assigned readings and reviewing teachers’ slides on Sakai.
By Shruti Rao on
Thanksgiving is the ultimate American holiday.
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After spending a semester of giving amazing advice to the most hopeless and desperate freaks around, your guardian devil is need of an emergency vacation ASAP because your problems and issues and...
By Thao Nguyen on
God. Religion. Faith. In my experience, these words are often banned from intellectual conversation except in criticism.
By Ellie Schaack on
“Split or together?”
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Like 10, 959, 922 people other people as of today, I love Humans of New York.
We think we are exceptional. And it is true.
I spent this past weekend in a stress-induced haze, mostly because I realized I have entire semester’s worth of work I haven’t done and my parents already told me they aren’t going to buy me four...