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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.
As 59 Resident Assistants, we write to urge that residential housekeeping staff return to their original schedules.
Every morning, as I rush out for my 8:30 class, I’m greeted by Tim and Martha, the housekeepers for my dorm.
President Price, for seven months now, our residential housekeepers have been unnecessarily working on weekends.
As chair of the Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization, which coordinates transportation planning in the western Triangle, I have the privilege of working with leaders of Durham and other local governments to plan the region’s transportation investments.
Thank you for soliciting our memories on the 50th anniversary of the Allen Building takeover. One of this past week’s events nearly brought me to tears.
I’ll start with a thought experiment. The recent Chronicle editorial board piece that addressed the Ilhan Omar controversy included the following line: “The tweet drew some deserved criticism for her admittedly ill-conceived wording, and Omar subsequently offered an apology.”
In the name of upholding freedom of expression against pro-Israel lobbies, the opinion piece by the Duke Chronicle editorial board, "AIPAC and the Blockade on Critiquing Israel," engages in a series of offensive and inaccurate accusations.
I’m writing to express my concern that Duke has not yet signed a cooperative agreement with GoTriangle and is putting the light rail transit project at risk.