While the editorial was filled with inaccurate information about Teach For America’s program, mission and impact, the most uninformed assertion is that current Duke students would be best served to take their talents elsewhere.
The university’s assertion that emissions associated with electricity production at the CHP plant should not be directly accounted for in the Duke CAP emission calculations is inappropriate.
For women, body image and disordered eating, sexual assault and hook-up culture, and social status and hierarchy proved the most pervasive forms of pressure molding their four-year tenure.
In August of this past year, five current or former Senators, eight current or former Governors, a businesswoman, a neurosurgeon, and Donald Trump stood on a stage.
Despite verbal assurances of support for the hiring of AAS faculty and a certificate, there has been no tangible progress for AAS since 2013.
Like many college students, I will be voting in my first general presidential election this November.
It’s all just such a perfect storm. At the heart of the tragedy in Orlando is a confluence of homophobia, islamophobia, calls for stronger gun control, claims of mental illness and shared blame for foreign policy weaknesses against ISIS.
Renewable energy has been growing at record rates nationwide thanks to plummeting costs: solar and wind accounted for over two-thirds of new energy capacity in 2015, more than double the amount of new natural gas capacity.
“Can you believe Trump is going to build this wall that...” “Do you think Trump’s hair is fake? “Donald Drumpf!” “Did you see Chris Christie’s face?” Perhaps viral quotes and videos are a good way to spread awareness about how Donald Trump is taking America by storm, but if he dropped of the race tomorrow and was never heard from again, I bet that very few of us would care about the failures of both the political system and American public that brought about his rise. Few people knew that Trump was a Democrat before he was a Republican.