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I came to Duke without a clue in my mind. The first two years of college was a lot of stumbling— through a toxic relationship, an intense eating disorder, and depression that was kept hidden in my childhood bedroom for years but exploded into every corner and crevice of my life as soon as I came to college. The funhouse mirrors of my mind were so large and disfiguring that at times I thought I would stumble forever. But the thing I didn’t know about stumbling is that just as you can cluelessly stumble into darkness, you can stumble your way into the light.
Beginning April 1, all currently enrolled Duke students in the Durham area will be invited to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment through Duke Health, according to an email from Student Health Director John Vaughn; Dean of Students John Blackshear; Mary Pat McMahon, vice provost and vice president for student affairs; and Gary Bennett, vice provost for undergraduate education.
Duke currently plans for its stay-in-place order to last through 9 a.m. Sunday as originally announced, wrote Gary Bennett, vice provost of undergraduate education; Mary Pat McMahon, vice provost of student affairs; and John Blackshear, associate vice president for student affairs and dean of students, in a Thursday evening email to undergraduates.
There were 30 new positive coronavirus tests at Duke between Nov. 7 and 13, out of 16,146 total tests, according to data released Monday on the University’s COVID-19 testing tracker.
Duke faculty and alumni—as well as one graduate student—have seen a mixed bag of results as contenders in eight political races across the country.
There were 17 new positive coronavirus tests reported at Duke between Oct. 24 and Oct. 30, out of 15,578 total tests, according to data released Monday on the University’s COVID-19 testing tracker.
There were 20 new positive coronavirus tests reported at Duke between Oct. 10 and Oct. 16, out of 15,143 total tests, according to data released Monday on the University’s COVID-19 testing tracker.
The gatekeeper of the Gothic Wonderland says that he is not a cat person—but he has taken in four stray cats and adopted two from a shelter.
Early voting kicks off Thursday in North Carolina, and The Chronicle has pulled together information on the Durham County races you’ll find on your ballot.
There were 20 new positive coronavirus tests reported at Duke between Sept. 26 and Oct. 2, out of 14,554 total tests, according to data released Monday on the University’s COVID-19 testing tracker.
Men often email Chanel Miller asking her to send a note to their girlfriend who enjoyed her 2019 memoir, “Know My Name,” but the author said that she has a better gift in mind.
If you’re just arriving on campus, the thousands of faces you see (in person or virtually) may be a bit intimidating. But The Chronicle is here to help. Here are some of the University’s biggest stars to be on the lookout for as you get adjusted to campus life.
President Vincent Price announced Saturday that Duke will rescind its planned 3.9% tuition increase from last year.
Di-Ding. “Urgent Message from President Price Regarding COVID-19 Plans”
Duke has announced steps to address the impact of racism on campus, including revising the undergraduate community standard to create a “more concrete” protocol for responses to hate and bias incidences.
President Vincent Price addressed recent events in Minneapolis and condemned “fundamental and systematic disparities of justice” in the United States in a Saturday statement.
When Duke announced that most students had to leave campus because of the coronavirus pandemic, Josie Tarin’s first thought was that she did not have Wi-Fi at home.
Jean Philippe Gibert misses his students.
“Crazy Rich Asians,” “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” and its sequel gained well-deserved applause for increasing Asian American representation in the media. However, I can’t say that these movies are highly regarded solely based on the merits of their content, which leads me to question whether representation has needed to come at the cost of artistic quality.
Editor's Note: This story contains information about a student death that readers may find triggering. Reader discretion is advised.