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On 'Little Women' and telling full stories

(01/22/20 5:00am)

This year, I was looking forward to Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women more than Christmas itself. It’s the sort of movie where I was in tears almost the whole time, but still left the theater with a full, happy heart. It checked every box in my mental list of what makes a perfect movie, including “Meryl Streep” and “Timothée Chalamet in billowy sleeves.” 

The wealth gap at Duke: Share your experience with The Chronicle

(01/27/20 4:05am)

The wealth inequality among Duke students is a well-documented phenomenon, from the voices of students to the New York Times income analysis. The Times study found that 19% of Duke students are from the top one percent, meaning the family income of these students are at least $630,000. On the other hand, about 17% of students are in the bottom 20%, with family incomes of under $65,000.

Cameron Chronicles Season 3, Episode 5: 'A Week to Forget'

(01/21/20 6:37am)

After what seemed like such a promising start to conference play, the Blue Devils shut down any idea of a perfect season in the ACC with back-to-back losses last week against Clemson and Louisville. Our hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are joined by special guest and men's basketball beat Evan Kolin to figure out what has Duke looking for answers with the calendar nearing February.

Study abroad changed me, and now I’m a ginormous, human-eating monster

(01/21/20 5:00am)

This past semester, I studied in Copenhagen, Denmark. I was scared heading in⁠—what if I couldn’t make any friends, or felt too homesick? But walking along the city’s historic cobblestone paths and engaging with Danish culture, I found myself, and by the end of the semester, it was Denmark that feared me⁠. Because I became a ginormous, human-eating monster.