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Six ALP classes to help fill your fall 2023 schedule

If you’re like most Duke students, you're either a Trinity student trying to meet those T-Reqs or a Pratt kid looking for a fun way to fill one of the few free spots in your schedule. Or maybe you’re panicked about your current workload and looking for a way to mellow your coursework. Regardless of why you’re reading, here are six carefully curated ALP classes that will provide an enjoyable and interesting learning experience.


Duke Chorale: Family or club?

Duke Chorale is a university-run choir led by professional directors. Ever since its genesis in 1970, the organization has established itself as a respected, talented and welcoming group within Duke's bustling music scene.


A deep dive into this year's LDOC artists

While the Chronicle’s news team already briefed the LDOC artist announcement, I wanted to dive a little deeper into the artist's backgrounds and music and provide some representative songs students can listen to leading up to the big day. 

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Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship recruits a new cohort

The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) program centers on increasing representation from minority groups in arts, humanities and social science faculty of higher education institutions through “undergraduate research funding, mentorship, peer support and loan repayment for Ph.D. programs.” 


'She Kills Monsters'

To convey the themes of this play and show how Agnes’s life changes through the course of the campaign, the play switches between the D&D game and the real world, with most of the action taking place within the world of the game.