In the fall of 1963, Reuben-Cooke was one of five brave black students who entered the Trinity College of Arts of Sciences.
How can Duke reconcile its mission of preparing students for the future with investment strategies that indicate tacit approval for an industry whose practices directly threaten that future?
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To say that gay students are welcome and are to be supported without calling for a clear path for them to be ordained as they are called by God to serve as pastors is to say “We will take your money and offer education but we will not give voice to opening the path for you to use the education for which you paid.”
It seems to me that students should have a seat at the table rather than merely being solicited for input by a body in which they have no part.
Palestinian and other students at Duke should not be retraumatized as the educational institution responsible for their growth hosts Tzipi Livni.
It is misguided and counterproductive to ban vaping because it is an important, less harmful alternative to combustible cigarettes for addicted smokers who cannot quit.
The integrity of our University demands an educational climate where free and open inquiry is encouraged and fostered, in and out of the classroom, even on the most controversial subjects.
A new art exhibit on campus included a painting of an abstract, but anatomically correct, female nude.
In an already contentious debate about the status of immigration in the US, we need people to be informed about and engaged with the issues Felicia addresses.
A recent piece by the editorial board attempts to navigate the crowded field of 2020 Democratic candidates in a wandering diatribe that feels more bitter towards democratic voters interested in securing victories than substantive in insights.