One of my favorite professors, Dr. Malone, once asked me, “Are you a stat, or a story?”
Duke University and the Global Education Office (GEO) should offer more diverse study abroad programs in Latin America and the Caribbean to better reflect the Latinx/Latine student body instead of overemphasizing Spain.
I find it incredibly concerning (and consider it a conflict of interest) that there are several board members who have a significant stake in the success of companies that rely on fossil fuels or our consumption of them.
We will need companions to help us along the way to healing.
The slate of finalists that we as a committee agreed upon reflect members of the Duke community that are passionate about the institution and committed to serving the university.
While the decision is looming in the coming weeks, members of the YTNC who have a conflict of interest and personal relationship with Shrey or another finalist should come forward and drop their vote.
The greatest lesson I’ve learned in my entire life is that no one cares about me.
Students who tent in the future should be held accountable for their leftover equipment and the extra burden they put onto our hardworking Facilities team to clean up their messes.
Duke Engineering Student Government is excited to endorse Lana Gesinsky for Duke Student Government president.
The Duke University Honor Council is pleased to formally endorse Drew Flanagan for Duke Student Government president.