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Professor Khalsa shows off her dance expertise, which she uses to mentor Duke students.
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Moonlighting the arts

“There’s no better job for an artist. If you’re an artist and you get a teaching job at a wonderful university where the students are incredibly bright and motivated, there is no better job.”


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Watch List: Get locked in Perkins

The Perkins Library bell, which rings only on weekends to indicate to students that it will close at midnight, sounds more like a fire alarm than it does a melodic goodbye.


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Born to be Mild

Mopeds are well suited for thrifty students in need of transport around relatively quiet urban areas like Durham.


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Your Blank Canvas

Now that tattoos are erasable, why are current clients more cautious with their body art than they were 20 years ago?


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Watch List: Visit the Marine Lab

Since 1938, the Marine Lab has drawn adventurous students to Beaufort, N.C. But once there, it takes a little exploring—and a boat—to find the most interesting spot near the Marine Lab: Shackleford...


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History of the Duke Lemur Center

Home to the most diverse collection of lemurs outside of Madagascar, the Duke Lemur Center has evolved from a somewhat unplanned lemur colony to a world-class noninvasive research center.


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Backcourt Brotherhood

Trading in their jerseys for a clipboard, former Duke guards are leaving their marks on sidelines throughout the college basketball world.


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Watch List: Climb towers

From the Duke Chapel climb to illicit scaling of other buildings across campus, Duke students consider climbing structures to be an unofficial graduation requirement.