Student government will always be relevant—vote today
Today, residents of East Campus have the opportunity to elect Senators to Student Government advocating on behalf of the Class of 2018 to effectuate campus change.
In her May 21 column, Maggie Hammerle fervently expresses her criticisms of the “You Don’t Say?” campaign and strongly cautions against “hypersensitivity to words and phrases.”
In defense of sober Shooters
My relationship with Shooters has been one of the more turbulent, yet long lasting, I have had at Duke. We have raised each other up, and we have knocked each other down. The biggest step in our...
Response to “Friendship House welcome Divinity students and individuals with disabilities”
As active participants in Reality Ministries and frequenters of the Friendship House, we were delighted to see these communities recognized by The Chronicle.
Response to “Separation of powers in DSG”
At its last meeting, the Duke Student Government Senate set a new and dangerous precedent—they voted not to reconfirm the chief justice of the DSG Judiciary, voting 23 to 21 against sophomore...
Mi Gente response to “Education professor sparks conversation on representation of Latino faculty”
Mi Gente is offended and shocked at the Program in Education and its PowerPoint presentations that The Chronicle published last week.
Remembering Becky DeNardis
A collection of letters remembering Becky from those who knew her the best.
Reorienting the discussion about sex work
We are Duke faculty members who engage in research and teaching related to sex, sexuality and sex work.
Political performance art
Rence Nemeh’s Duke Student Government presidential campaign was funny and raised a legitimate concern about how narrow social constructs of leadership stifle individuality.
The next step in our quest for equity at Duke
The Council for Collaborative Action... stands with Blue Devils United in proposing that Duke adopt the practice of asking an LGBTQ identity question on our application for undergraduate admission.
DukeAFRICA endorses Sunder for DSG President
On March 1st, members of the DukeAFRICA Executive Board met with the three Duke Student Government (DSG) presidential candidates for individual interviews.
Duke Libertarians endorse 40 Percent Plan
Duke Libertarians enthusiastically endorses The 40 Percent Plan.
Duke Mi Gente opposes The 40 Percent Plan
After meeting with student representatives for and against The 40 Percent Plan, Mi Gente is announcing its opposition against the plan’s negative impacts on the Duke community.
Mi Gente endorses Sunder for DSG president
After meeting with all three DSG Presidential candidates, Mi Gente would like to announce its endorsement of Lavanya Sunder for Duke Student Government president.
Duke Democrats endorses Sunder, opposes 40 Percent Plan
Duke Democrats endorses Lavanya Sunder for DSG president.
Duke Panhellenic Association endorses Sunder for DSG President, opposes the 40 Percent Plan
The Panhellenic Association is proud to announce our endorsement of Lavanya Sunder for DSG president.
Duke College Republicans endorses Giles, 40 Percent Plan
Duke College Republicans are pleased to announce their endorsement of The 40 Percent Plan and Will Giles for DSG president.
Duke Political Union: Vote Sunder for leadership, Giles for change
After interviewing all three candidates, Duke Political Union is proud to endorse both Lavanya Sunder and Will Giles for president of Duke Student Government.
Duke IFC endorses Giles for president
After meeting with all three candidates, the Interfraternity Council is pleased to announce its endorsement of Will Giles for the upcoming DSG presidential election.
duARTS opposes The 40 Percent Plan
As the umbrella organization for the arts on campus, duARTS fosters a collaborative, diverse and accessible community of students engaged in the arts.
Blue Devils United endorses Sunder, opposes 40 Percent Plan
After meeting with the candidates for Duke Student Government president, Blue Devils United is excited to endorse Lavanya Sunder.
Duke IFC endorses 40 Percent Plan
Having listened to both representatives, the Interfraternity Council formally endorses The 40 Percent Plan.
Response to “Heroin usage on rise in Durham”
The content of Kirby Wilson’s article on changing patterns of heroin use in Durham beautifully (but unintentionally) illustrates the power of relative prices.