I call for the administrators at Duke University to actively release their plans and updates for the implementation of climate and environmental concepts.
Yesterday's DukeAlert is something that should weigh heavily on the minds of the Duke community.
With only four to six van drivers, though, I anticipate wait times will be through the roof; some students and staff might end up taking the dangerous walk to their car or dorm/apartment late at night.
We are asking you, President Price, and Provost Kornbluth, to conduct an urgent, independent review of Duke Arts and Duke Performances, including talking with past staff so their institutional knowledge can be carried forward.
"I will miss Nugget, but I will live each day honoring her by remembering what joy an everyday interaction can bring into your life. She taught us how a positive presence can bring so much light into your day," Alex Leo-Guerra, a senior, writes.
This statement was sent to The Chronicle on behalf of Parkash by Dave Quast, senior vice president of Red Banyan, a crisis public relations firm.
Though tenants are meagerly protected in North Carolina, doling out collective fines is illegal, besides being unethical and unfair.