Duke University will be judged by current and future generations in the ways we decide to implement concrete, measurable, and forward thinking goals to ensure that our actions are as bold as our words.
It saddens me to see that, although new administrators have come to Duke with new sets of promises, they have reverted to the same words, defenses, and strategies against recurrent student grievances.
No one at Duke should be made to feel less like a woman because of their menstrual capabilities—not me, not a roommate, not a teacher, not a peer.
If the glint of the sun catches your dining partner’s eyes just right, it might just illuminate their intrinsic hopefulness and goodwill, revealing them as a bastion of radiance in a world of iniquity.
I peeked into rooms that seemed, at least at a glance, impossible: a study space so large I couldn’t see the other end, a classroom with all the desks on the ceiling, and an affordable campus dining option.
I call for the administrators at Duke University to actively release their plans and updates for the implementation of climate and environmental concepts.
Until Duke pledges to total [fossil fuel] divestment, the Climate Commitment will remain a statement of utter hypocrisy.
On Wednesday, an article was published in the Recess section describing a writer’s experience at the Alec Benjamin concert at the Ritz in Raleigh.
Sure, killing is an inevitable part of battle, but perhaps one could argue that, at least for the last year of the war, the American execution of every, well, enemy execution, can be inextricably traced to the Duke name.
Their exhibitions of hysteria represented an attempt to seize masculine power, and it was the doctor’s job to return them to their natural feminine state---keeping them captive in their sickness.
Yesterday's DukeAlert is something that should weigh heavily on the minds of the Duke community.