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'Out in the Night' screens powerful message during Pride weekend at Duke

Duke students will have the opportunity to start their Pride weekend off this Friday at 6:00 p.m in White Lecture Hall with a look into the darker side of the American media and legal system by attending the screening and post-viewing discussion of Out in the Night, directed by blair dorosh-walther. “Out in the Night” tells the story of a group of young, African American lesbians and their treatment by the mainstream media and the legal system.

Old 1980's photos from the Coffeehouse show a rocker atmosphere with students lounging and enjoying music, much like today. 

Duke Coffeehouse looks forward to Fall punk line-up

Tucked behind Crowell, the exterior of the Duke Coffeehouse is entirely inconspicuous. In fact, there’s even a sign that brags about it being “the best-kept secret on east campus.” Inside, however, the space is all but subtle, the walls adorned with UFOs, dragons, giant cartoon faces and a dozen anthropomorphized waffles, all rendered in nearly garish hues.


duARTS premieres Art Card

duARTS’ new Art Card program allows students to score free food simply by supporting the arts on campus. Students can pick up art cards at arts-themed campus locations such as the Bryan Center box office, Arts Annex and participating restaurants.