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‘Home away from home’: Jewish Life at Duke welcomes students back for 23rd year on campus

(09/20/22 2:10am)

This is part two in a series profiling the identity centers at Duke, highlighting the work they do and their roles on campus. Part one, which focuses on the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, can be found here. Check back for more articles in coming weeks.


Straddling the fence

(09/21/22 4:00am)

The familiar accent caught me off guard. It had been a while since I had heard those singsong intonations and jarringly imprecise pronunciations. Having been conditioned to adjust the way I speak to suit a different culture, I had to make a conscious effort to retrieve my native tongue from a dusty corner in my mind. It still sounded natural. I heaved a sigh of relief.


Worker unions at Duke, explained

(09/20/22 1:33am)

Unions are formally recognized bodies of workers who join together to establish collective bargaining power in a workplace. Recognized unions at Duke span dining, publishing, transit and academics. They include the American Federation of State, Council, and Municipal Employees Local 77; the Duke Faculty Union; the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1328; and the Duke University Press Workers Union. Currently, Duke Graduate Students Union is in the process of seeking recognition. 





It's okay to change your mind

(09/20/22 4:00am)

When I entered Duke the fall of 2020 in the heart of the pandemic and during a crest of social reckoning, the idea of having the typified college social experience felt rather absurd. And so, for quite a while, I vilified the idea of Greek life and SLGs, of going out, Shooters and Devine’s, drinking, smoking—you get the idea. I largely attribute this mindset to the pandemic era regulations—in which you were forced to choose between breaking the law to socialize in a way congruent to what was acceptable in the past or following the covid rules and resenting those who didn’t for being selfish—but I’m not sure that if the state of the world were different I wouldn’t’ve had comparable views.




From article repository to full-fledged journal: Vertices takes undergrad research to new heights

(09/19/22 2:53am)

Since the 1980s, Vertices has been an article repository where Duke undergraduates could share their original research. Now, it’s transitioned into a full-fledged peer-reviewed research journal, allowing students to share their scientific research like never before. 



Economics majors hold emergency council to address food point inflation

(09/19/22 4:00am)

Bellowing drums echo throughout the Duke Chapel, which is packed to the brim.  I still can’t believe they rented out the marching band for this. Triumphant yet haunting fanfare resonates through the building, and a grim-faced procession of students walks out onto the stage. Suddenly, a booming voice cuts through the music with one word: “SILENCE.”



Former Duke women's basketball standout Chelsea Gray wins 2022 WNBA Finals MVP

(09/18/22 11:39pm)

Twenty-three years ago, Michele Van Gorp became the first former Blue Devil to play in a WNBA Finals. Fourteen years ago, Wanisha Smith became the first former Blue Devil to play for a WNBA championship team. Ten years ago, Karima Christmas-Kelly became the first former Blue Devil to play in and win a WNBA Finals-clinching game. Six years ago, Chelsea Gray and Alana Beard became the first pair of former Blue Devils to secure a WNBA title as teammates.