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Story+ program uses archival research to rethink storytelling

(06/01/19 4:02am)

On May 16, Duke students in the Story+ program began their two-day bootcamp to train in various humanities research methods. Unlike the typical image of a researcher in a lab, hovering over an experiment, the six-week Story+ program focuses on methods such as archival research, visual and audio content analysis and oral histories, along with an output that tells a story to connect to a wider audience.

Drawing in digital

(03/06/19 5:00am)

I finally bought myself a drawing tablet this past week. I’ve started using a tablet at work — at the Duke Innovative Design Agency — but outside of that, I’ve been using a mouse or my trackpad to do digital art. That works pretty well for infographics, but it’s definitely difficult to replicate the same effects I would have on paper or canvas.

'Sad to see it go': Students reflect on last year of Central Campus

(08/29/18 4:20am)

The new school year is here, but for Central Campus residents, this is a year of endings. It’s the last year that undergraduate students will live on Central Campus. Plans for the space have yet to be announced. While Central has been notorious for student complaints, many current and former residents of the apartments do think the campus still has its perks.

The Regulator celebrates success with Independent Bookstore Day

(06/05/18 4:10am)

On April 28, The Regulator Bookshop, an independent bookstore on Ninth Street, joined bookshops across the country in celebrating Independent Bookstore Day (IBD). This year, The Regulator brought in hedgehogs for customers to pet, raffled advanced reader copies — books that have not yet gone to print — and gift certificates and gave away copies of a cookbook, “In Helen’s Kitchen,” which was written by Helen Hudson Whiting, one of the founders of the store who passed away in 2000.

From 'The Handmaid's Tale' to 'Dawson's Creek': Duke on the big screen

(06/07/18 4:05am)

North Carolina has a rich history of film. Wilmington, N.C., has been called both “Hollywood East” and “Wilmywood” due to its appearance in a number of movies and TV shows. According to Southeast Discovery, more than 400 productions have filmed in Wilmington since 1983. But Duke itself also boasts features in several films and shows throughout the years.