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Duke is offering a newly formatted COVID-19 booster shot that provides greater protection against the Omicron variant to eligible members of the Duke community, according to a Thursday email sent to students, faculty and staff from the COVID-19 Vaccination Planning Work Group.
Let’s face it: consent won’t end the culture of sexual harassment at Duke. We can sexualize consent all we want, yet the fact remains that giving and asking for permission with sexual progression is overwhelmingly shaped by gender expectations, alcohol consumption, and the pressure to engage in casual sex. Not to mention how years of campaigning for the importance of consent has failed to resolve the epidemic of sexual assault on campus.
Like many people I have a bucket list. It’s really nothing fancy. In fact, it’s more of a vague recollection of all the things that has ever piqued my interest over the last nineteen years of my life. Despite that, it’s still something that I can look back to and go, “Oh yeah, I’ve always wanted to do that!” My list keeps on getting longer, and longer, and longer. And yet, very little has actually been checked off from it.
It all started with a boring night when I felt alone and wanted to explore the online dating market of fine young men. First, put the most attractive pictures of mine. Then created some witty jokes to impress people with my humor. Finally, threw some prompts to match people of similar interests. Done! Now, I am one of the commodities on the competitive dating and mating market.
Duke kicked off head coach Mike Elko's tenure Friday with a dominating shutout victory against Temple, but the squad will face what is presumably a much tougher test this week at Northwestern. Here are five things to look out for as the Blue Devils try to improve to 2-0 on the season.
Duke Student Government senators discussed funding cultural events at their Wednesday meeting.
The Bryan Center Plaza was strangely calm after a midday rain shower on Wednesday afternoon. Amid the typical bustle, Duke Student Government President Lana Gesinsky, a senior, sat at one of the few dry tables to make good on her campaign promise of creating Pulse Checks, a way for students to informally ask questions in-person and give feedback to DSG.
Jahnmaud Lane, an attendee of the Jan. 6 insurrection of the U.S. Capitol last year, was almost appointed to the Durham Human Relations Commission in June.
After a promising performance against Temple, the Blue Devils look to build on their 30-0 shutout victory in Week 2. Before Duke takes the field Saturday afternoon against Northwestern, the Blue Zone gives you a player to watch on both sidelines:
In the weeks prior to my early move-in, I had somehow managed to convince myself that I was on the cusp of a great journey by the name of “Experimental Orientation.” The only problem was that I had vastly misread every email I received about my upcoming two weeks at Duke. Said journey, turns out, was actually titled “Experiential Orientation.” Yet, as I packed up my belongings with an absence of information on scheduling and what my program even stood for, I realized that “experimental” was a far more appropriate description of what was to come.
Last year, Duke rolled into Chapel Hill and handed North Carolina its first Tobacco Road rivalry loss since 2015. After the game, Blue Devil captain Caitlin Cosme declared, “There's a new era, and it's a Duke era. And I never want to go back.”
The Durham City Council voted unanimously last month to suspend ties with one of Durham’s sister cities, Kostroma, Russia.
Over her three decades in the field of education, Dr. Yakut Gazi’s work has carried her across the globe, in places ranging from Turkey to Texas. Her next home? Durham, North Carolina.
The rivalry is back.
When I turned twenty, I cried twice, first because I was scared of the size of the number, and second, because my brother’s friend died of an overdose that night. Every time another year is added on to my age, I feel more disconnected from myself. I still don’t understand how I could already be fourteen, let alone seventeen, let alone twenty.
As the semester kicks off and classes get underway, it’s important to know where to look for help and self-care on campus. The Chronicle has compiled a list of available resources on Duke’s campus.
Fresh off a convincing home win against Temple, Duke next travels to Northwestern for head coach Mike Elko’s first away game. As Saturday’s contest edges near, the Blue Zone takes a look at the Wildcats:
To say the second year of medical school is an adjustment from the first is an understatement. From books to wards, from flexible days to regimented routine, the transformation is stark.
There was a new energy Friday night inside Wallace Wade Stadium, especially in the northeast corner of the stands. Duke's student-engagement efforts paid off in a big way, as the student section made its presence felt in a way not seen in years.