We must demand that the University cut ties with this power-hungry company. If we fail to do so, then we are complicit in Duke Energy's continued havoc on both our environment and our democracy.
Her extreme carelessness led to something as laughable as cancer diagnosed as gas pains.
It is the solemn duty of any person of the cloth to condemn any and all acts of malice against God’s creation. Point blank, period.
The supply of housing was simply too small and the demand simply too large. Until that fact changes, landlords will have no incentive to be flexible or understanding with tenants, and tenants will have no ability to stay in Durham when they fall on hard times.
There is no legitimacy to these claims, which contravene every shred of evidence pointing to Livni’s role as a peacemaker, a woman who has spent her career attempting to bring peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
As Foreign Minister of Israel and a member of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s security cabinet in December of 2008, Livni “played a key role in the decisions made before and during the three-week offensive” known as Operation Cast Lead, which involved the illegal aerial bombardment, ground invasion, and naval blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Without this labor, universities would not be able to function. This decision lets the university profit from our labor while denying us our rights as workers.
I am not proud of Duke Health’s failure to leverage its influence to usher in the most effective and measured way to make healthcare affordable in NC.
DSG’s decision to condemn the letter without seemingly acknowledging its cause is yet another unprovoked attack on the Jewish community.
The United States is not the best country in the world. Just as some of us grew up amidst geopolitical conflict which you can only read about, some of us grew up reading about school shootings and terrorist attacks that may very well have had a close impact on your life.
Of the 3697 courses on the course request list only six focus on Durham, and it is my belief that if a class on Durham’s culture were mandatory, students would start to view Durham, not campus, as home.