As long as pro-Palestine groups on campuses continue to treat civilian massacres as an inevitable part of the fight for liberation, Israelis and most American Jews will continue to view its cause as a fundamental threat to the lives of all six million Jews living in Israel.
We also want to let our own learning communities — which include Muslims, Christians and Jews; Israelis and Palestinians; and families desperate to protect loved ones — know that we are raising our voices in defense of all civilians.
A well-designed liberal arts curriculum should be such that liberal arts students enjoying and exploring liberal arts naturally finish them, without even checking the ‘Degree Progress’ tab on Dukehub.
Things feel a bit of a blur now, but Angela was a good friend — someone who I just really, really liked and loved to be around. I thought we were going to be friends for a long time.
We write as alumni of Duke University to urge the leadership to set goals that lead to fair and equitable employment practices, sustainable environmental policy and responsible investment strategies.
Angela will be missed forever, and I will never stop loving her.
Instead of continually applying the duct tape of real estate acquisitions to the gushing pipe of the student housing shortage, Duke needs to address the root cause of the problem: the university’s residential model.
Angela’s passing is overwhelmingly painful. No one will be able to fill space in the particular and beautiful way that she did.
The Duke Jewish community stands united in mourning the loss of our brothers and sisters who were brutally murdered by Hamas terrorists this weekend in Israel.
I was humbled by her beautiful decision to pursue dance in spite of the anxiety she felt over career security. Having seen her dance, I knew that if anyone had a shot in the dance world, she did — she was born for it.
In preparation for the Centennial, we have converted West Campus into an immersive construction experience.
A community builder, Angela encouraged everyone to move, dance and interact, and she did this in a dear and compassionate manner.
Angela spent a lot of time at our home, and in some ways, she was like a second daughter.