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DSG presidential candidate Saheel Chodavadia discusses housing reform, approach to low-income students' needs

(03/07/19 5:12am)

Editor's note about the debate: Each candidate had 90 seconds to introduce themselves and give an opening statement. Then, we asked three candidate-specific questions for each candidate, with one minute to respond to each. Any candidate that is mentioned in another candidate’s answer had 30 seconds to respond. Two of those responses for each candidate were included in their debate stories. Each candidate had two scenario questions with 90 seconds to respond to each. We reserved the right to follow up on candidate’s responses. Candidates had 30 seconds to respond to the follow up question.


'We never can take democracy for granted': Madeleine Albright discusses America's role in modern democracy at Thursday talk

(03/01/19 7:36pm)

Americans should never take democracy for granted and need to think hard about playing a leading role in global democracy, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said during her Thursday talk on campus. 








After Duke alum loses congressional race, allegations of voter fraud in opponent's favor emerge

(12/10/18 5:22am)

On the night of Nov. 6, it looked clear that Republican Mark Harris had beaten his Democratic opponent Dan McCready, Trinity '05, in North Carolina’s 9th district by a margin just shy of 1,000 votes. 




The 'liberal world order' doesn't need to be saved, Duke professor argues at talk

(11/14/18 6:35am)

The idea of “saving the liberal world order” from President Donald Trump’s rhetoric has recently been gaining traction in some media outlets and popular culture. But at a Center for International and Global Studies event Nov. 13, Bruce Jentleson, professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy, questioned whether the liberal world order needs saving.