I’ve only been here for two months, but I’m already excited to see what the next Duke Difference moment will be. Because that phrase, to me, is what makes this place special. What makes this place a home.
You had a diploma in your hand And a cap on your head. You applied to Big Three But went boutique instead.
Of course, Duke is overwhelmingly left-wing, both in terms of student and faculty, but this is not uncommon at an elite institution. What is important is that, relative to those other schools, Duke does a pretty decent job at permitting and encouraging heterodox opinions, across the board.
After this wild-goose chase for information, I came to the conclusion that on campus, abortion coverage under the SMIP is not a topic that is well-known, well-investigated, or well-publicized.
In short, it's been a fall full of hot takes and rich discourse.
It’s a notable omission given that one of Price's goals is to “give recognition to those individuals whose labor was the foundation of the wealth that created Duke University and whose hands built our campus.” How can the Commission’s membership fail to include representatives of the very people they are trying to “recognize?”
Real Christians, real people of various sects, colors, and backgrounds, are implicated and suffer reputational consequences when subjected to careless generalizations that affiliate their faith with evil.
I knew, even at ten years old, that I had to be seen as “reasonable” to be believed.