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As the beginning of the final stretch of classes, spring break brings warmer weather and spirits — and usually a few more visitors to the Duke Gardens.

No timeline for Duke Gardens reopening

During a typical semester, the winding paths of the Sarah P. Duke Gardens are dotted with groups of students. This year, the only way to experience the Duke Gardens is by peeking around the signs that stand at every entrance—signs that read “CLOSED.”


Corona’s 'Cadenza Fermata': Classical music in the time of quarantine

Music offers a unique and personal sort of solace to all, regardless of how these difficult times have impacted us. Classical music should speak to us now more than ever—its works have stood the test of time, and the sentiments it evokes have resonated with generations of people—each of whom had a distinct set of hopes, dreams, struggles, and ambitions.