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Looking back: DSG’s efforts to foster a 'cultural reset' during DSG president Lana Gesinsky’s term

(05/26/23 3:15am)

When Lana Gesinsky, Trinity ’23 and former president of Duke Student Government, ran for the presidency in the spring of 2022, she said she wanted to usher in a “cultural reset” by strengthening community on campus and bringing DSG closer to the student body. 

‘A really exciting place to be’: Duke alumna speaks about editing Oscar-winning film ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’

(05/18/23 12:27am)

Fans of “Everything Everywhere All at Once” may remember the film for its award-winning performances by actors Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis. Others may remember its distinctive plot set in multiple universes. 

Arts & Sciences Council approves new journalism minor, hears updates on global education, faculty-student interaction

(05/05/23 2:58am)

The Arts & Sciences Council approved a new journalism and media minor and heard annual reports from the Global Education Committee and the Faculty-Student Interactions Committee in its last meeting of the academic year. 

‘Something that we don’t often think about’: Duke’s Runway of Dreams hosts annual fashion show to raise adaptive clothing awareness

(03/24/23 5:06am)

On Wednesday evening in the neon blue light of Penn Pavilion, Duke’s chapter of Runway of Dreams held its third annual adaptive fashion show. The show featured models with various intellectual and developmental disabilities wearing adaptive clothing, which is designed for comfort and accessibility as well as for style.

With Republicans on cusp of supermajority, what voters can expect from newly-elected NC state government

(11/21/22 1:18am)

In the midterm elections, Republicans picked up two seats in the North Carolina Senate to reach a 30-seat supermajority but fell one seat short of the 72 needed for a supermajority in the House. Overriding Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto requires supermajority votes in both houses of the N.C. General Assembly.