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Classroom politics: part one

What follows is part one of my two-part political series. Since it is election season and every channel is covering politics, I figured that I should do a “political column.


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Duke's dirty laundry

In his inauguration speech, President Richard Brodhead told us why he came to Duke: “I was lured here by the spectacle of a school that has established itself in the top rank of research...


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Divestment not the answer

In a recent guest column on these pages, Fayyad Sbaihat, the national spokesperson for the Palestine Solidarity Movement, claimed that critics have avoided discussing what he sees as the principal...


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Education

The Chronicle’s editorial department continues its Election 2004 coverage today with the fifth in a weekly series of issue coverage.


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Yes, I'll have a Diet Sprite

When I think of everything that has made me happy in the last three and a half years, several things stand out in my mind. Family Guy on DVD. Reading Catch-22 for the fourth time.


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My resumé sucks

Apparently, fall has arrived: The leaves are starting to come down, the days are getting shorter, and seniors are scrambling for jobs like it’s their… uh… job.