Daily Features

OPINION

The web of irony

For many people, the Alhambra conjures images of moonlit courtyards on star-studded nights where fountains trickle and the scent of orange blossoms wafts through the air.

OPINION

The paradox of ‘Facebook stalking’

Facebook wants us to see what our friends are thinking and doing as well. That way, we can form stronger connections and build more lasting relationships, in theory.

OPINION

Twenty miles north

Life could be very different, and that is something that we study abroad students must remember and seek to further comprehend as we gallivant across the world.

OPINION

Turn (out) the vote

The chance of Clinton winning is currently sitting at approximately 54 percent and Trump winning are 45 percent. In this incredibly close election, it has never been more important for young people, and Duke students, to get out and vote.

OPINION

Food for thought

As long as [DUSDAC] leaves the general student body out of the conversation, students will continue to be misinformed about their dining experience and a productive conversation will remain out of the question.

OPINION

Changing the conversation

“Why does she stay?” is a question outsiders ask continuously regarding domestic violence.