In June, President Vincent Price published a statement about anti-racist initiatives. In December, Duke's alumni magazine published a letter to the editor that gaslighted anti-Black oppression, shamed BIPOC for their marginalization and demonstrated overt racism.
Our new minor, believed to be just the second of its kind in American higher education, will not solve these problems. But it does signify a key step in what promises to be a very long journey.
To engage in pleasure-based sex is to release yourself from your mind’s prison, from managing and calculating your every appearance, sound and movement, and from enduring pain or discomfort to save your partner’s ego.
Part 2 of our Discrimination episode presents discrimination as a nuanced problem, delving a bit further into the issue on campus and discussing potential solutions as outlined by the Duke community.
Vote for yesterday’s tomorrow, today.
Aside from Covid-19 happening, which has found me sitting in my sparsely decorated childhood bedroom day in and day out rather than living the “good ole college experience,” I am beginning to suspect that I wouldn’t have had a Serious College Boyfriend™ anyway.