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OPINION

Arm in arm

My next column will be penned on the banks of the River Liffey. In a pub. With a pint of Guinness beside me. As the warm smell of salt-sprinkled soda bread tickles the nostrils. And Dubliners merrily proclaim the words of some historically relevant folk song, “Arm in arm.” It’s a nice vision.

OPINION

P-What?

Pre-orientation programs represent the beginning of many students’ four-year long journeys at Duke. These paths are made up of so many simple parts intricately woven together with the result of thousands of different possible combinations. The beginning (in this case, a pre-orientation program) is so crucial for deciding which path a student will end up taking.

OPINION

​Increasing naloxone access saves lives

This June, Pat McCrory, governor of North Carolina, signed a bill into law that allowed pharmacies across the state to provide naloxone, a drug that reverses an opioid overdose, to the public without a prescription.

OPINION

​A little Convention(al) wisdom

Sadly, the buzz generated from these DSG meetings on steroids, our beloved political conventions, which have manifested themselves into the politically-enlightened word vomit on your Facebook feeds, isn’t going away anytime soon, so we might as well begrudgingly embrace it.