In my previous column, I highlighted some areas of improvement in the curriculum, including the BME Design Fellows, a great step in developing skills which could be used in the engineering industry, an area which was previously lacking.
Imagine this: Coach K sets his rules for the upcoming game—everyone must be at practice. Every day, on time, no exceptions. One afternoon, all of the team’s starters decided to show up an hour late to practice.
As a senior biomedical engineering (BME) and electrical and computer (ECE) double major, Duke BME was quite the experience.
A week or so ago, Duke fans across the nation sat down to watch our team, and you in particular, beat the Tar out of the Heels.
Duke has a culture of philanthropy—and that’s awesome.
“Finance bros,” “sell outs,” and “snakes”—these colloquial terms have found homes in our vocabulary, and we regularly make memes of these stereotypes in mockery.
Meeting new people usually starts the same way: after the hello, how are you and the what’s your name? people dive into slightly more personal questions such as, Where are you from? Where do you go to school? What are you studying?
It’s a tale as old as time: you enter a movie theater with the intention of escaping reality—at least for the duration of the film.
Tenting has been a phenomenon on Duke’s campus for over 30 years.