By James Tian on
“Oh, I don’t need to go to CAPS.”
By Francis Curiel on
Sniper"—some ripping apart its glorification of what they believe is portrayed as an oversimplified war, others supporting its exposure of the psychological, emotional and physical trauma faced by...
By Monday Monday on
Hello and how are you?
By Eugene Rabinovich on
One of the most fertile re-conceptualizations in abstract mathematics is the shift from the question, “Does x equal y?” to the question, “Do x and y share enough properties that, as far as their...
By Diego Quezada on
“Everyone throws around the world ‘terrorist’ here,” i24 News senior anchor and Israeli Arab Lucy Aharish said in a small, seminar-style room.
By Max Stayman on
Despite the penalties under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) associated with not buying health insurance, there is still a subset of the population that refuses to purchase insurance policies.
By Abdul Latif on
I was waiting in line for the school bus when he came up to me. We knew each other only vaguely. “It’s your fault my dad is in Iraq,” he said, as he punched me in the face.
By Cara Peterson on
Recruitment season on campus is about to come to a close for Greek life and SLGs, leaving many students with voices inaudible above a whisper and a deep desire for nothing but their pillows after a...
By Julia Janco on
“How were your holidays?”
By Dillon Patel on
Barcelona, please take me back.
By Stephen Ghazikhanian and Matthew King on
This Saturday, a prominent Armenian Genocide denier will deliver a lecture on campus.
By Katie Becker on
In light of last week’s controversy over the University’s decision – and then reversal of that decision – to allow the Muslim Adhan to be broadcast from the top of the Chapel, I’ve been thinking...
By Rachel Anderson on
It took me 18 years to realize that experiencing stomachaches, indigestion or nausea after meals is not normal.
By Brandon Choi on
Back in elementary school, I once argued with my parents over the spelling of the word “farm.”
By Tom Vosburgh on
Since returning to the United States just more than a month ago, I’ve been preparing for my role new role on campus as a washed-up junior.
By Caleb Ellis on
Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words will… anonymously assault you?
By Ellie Schaack on
Here’s something I never thought I’d say—I wish I was tested more.
By Elizabeth Djinis on
“Welcome to New York.” I heard the phrase crackle over the speakers.
By Caeleigh MacNeil on
I have never encountered a Duke student with strong feelings about napkin color.
By Chris Lee on
Over the past few weeks, I’ve felt that something crucial has been missing from our conversations about race.
By Shruti Rao on
I recently attended a panel discussion held by the Baldwin Scholars program titled “Inhabiting the Frontier.”
By Elissa Levine on
Catching up with my grandmother over winter break, I shared some of my highlights at Duke.
By Isabella Kwai on
One of the biggest fears I have is that I’m not going to be a writer.
By Leena El-Sadek on
I want to clearly make one point—every human life is of equal value.
By Kyle Harvey on
President Brodhead and I have had our disagreements—all of which are in my head, since he has no idea I exist—but the most relevant of our imaginary feuds was his claim on my admissions letter...