Moral of the story: wear your mask. Be responsible. We are all just human. We are all facing a moral dilemma, and we know which path is right. And when in doubt, remember: we are all interconnected.
This decision was a grave mistake that seriously endangers both the Duke and Durham community.
Music offers a unique and personal sort of solace to all, regardless of how these difficult times have impacted us. Classical music should speak to us now more than ever—its works have stood the test of time, and the sentiments it evokes have resonated with generations of people—each of whom had a distinct set of hopes, dreams, struggles, and ambitions.
Well, this is “next time”…. and “the church” is still standing on the wrong side of history.
Horny, repressed, zit-faced, socially inept, newly independent, fresh-out-of-high-school adolescents are exhibiting bad judgement. Administration is baffled.
We ask the Duke administration to take additional steps to secure and protect the voting rights of every member of the Duke community.
We will hold up our end of the compact. Will the university’s leadership hold up theirs?
In pandemic times, S/U is a vitally important vessel that can provide students with sorely needed academic flexibility.
I’m confident that this is the right next step for The Chronicle.
To ensure that the administration follows through on their promise of transformative justice, we have to force their hand. And to do that, we have to keep from them what matters the most: our money.
Just as the auto industry of the 1960s resisted making safety improvements such as seat belts, but eventually was instrumental in developing technologies to improve auto safety, so must tobacco companies now play an active role in developing technologies that reduce the harms of cigarette smoking.