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Shock, disbelief, then sadness.
By Caleb Ellis on
On August 25, I left St. Louis to depart for my semester abroad in Italy.
By Zack Fowler on
I remember exactly where I was during the deciding moments of the 2000 Presidential election.
By Natalia Arenas Gallo on
"Can you really afford it?"
By Mariana Calvo on
On Wednesday, October 22, while walking back to my dorm from the Bryan Center, I saw Mexican members of the Duke community holding a candle light vigil in front of the Chapel.
By Alena Sadiq on
Since breaking my silence three years ago, I have carried my experience with me wherever I go.
By Jordan Elkins on
In April of my sophomore year, I made the decision to study abroad at Duke Kunshan University and take part in the inaugural semester of our University’s newest, and certainly most extravagant,...
By Pearce Godwin on
Is there any way to improve the tone of our national discourse, to alleviate the rancor that’s gripping our politics and society?
By Anne Wales on
No matter how many times I explain it, it doesn’t make any sense.
By Suhani Jalota on
What did I come to Duke intending to do?
By Nathan Bullock on
Smith Warehouse is now home to the Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies (AAHVS), as it has hastily moved from its former domicile in East Duke at the entrance to the East Campus.
By Michaela Domaratzky on
Approximately half of all DukeEngage participants are in the summer between their sophomore and junior year,
By Emily Randle on
“I swear that if I could strangle you right now, I would…”
By Tony Lopez on
To those willing to listen,
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Some would argue that our values are what define us as young adults.
By Mi Gente Executive Council on
September 15 marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month and we, as Mi Gente, Duke’s Undergraduate Latino Association, invite you to take part in the celebration of Latino heritage in the United...
Alright, stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
By John Bussian on
To those who knew him, Fayetteville's Maurice “Mo” Corders was some kind of football player.
By Geysar Gurbanov on
To solve the conflict in Ukraine, one must understand that, like any other dictator, Putin is not a leader who gives up easily.
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At Duke, we love busyness. Not business—corporations and organizations—but, rather, the state of being busy, of being scheduled to be somewhere or do something.
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“Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve.
By Anonymous on
Ever since day one I’ve wanted this to be public—I’ve never been good at keeping secrets.