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More than five years ago, Carla Antonaccio, a professor of classical studies currently on leave in Greece, found Peaches hiding under a bush in Keohane Quad.
Some students come to Duke eager to get involved in the activist culture that colleges are known for having. Victoria Pannell is a bit ahead of the game—her entire life has already revolved around activism.
Pass by K-Ville, swipe in at Wilson Gym, walk past Quenchers and a grey, irregularly shaped wall with colorful blobs rises out of the floor beneath you.
It’s the backdrop of Wilson’s cardio area. Squished into the corner surrounded by an army of exercise bikes and treadmills, the rock climbing wall is an obvious afterthought.
What does puppetry have in common with conversations about the removal of Confederate monuments? At first glance, nothing.
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