The Baldwin Scholars had the opportunity to hear from all four incredibly qualified Young Trustee candidates this past Sunday.
I would only ask that you weigh this uncertainty against the broader significance of this decision for those within and outside the Duke community, in addition to the specifics of how it may impact you or your department.
This spring, Trinity College’s Arts and Sciences Council will vote on proposed curriculum changes.
[Myron] Ebell’s and [Scott] Pruitt’s current positions could have the same backfiring effect on climate deniers.
SEIU’s failure to condemn such acts of aggression and rush to push a vote before all members of the bargaining party are informed suggests that it does not share the ideals students hold dearest, and consequently, is unfit to represent our interests.
To move quickly past the absurd presumption that one can even come close to “learning Spain” without learning Spanish, the primary and national language of that country, I’ll focus on the main points that this editorial makes.
Since Duke University’s proposed natural gas combined heat and power (CHP) plant was announced this May, the Duke administration has responded to concerns about the plant by repeating claims that the plant would improve campus reliability and could be transitioned to biogas in the future.
Hospitalization lacks elements of caring, something especially valuable for people in painful physical condition and vulnerable mental state.