For people with Alzheimer’s, life is a constant struggle, both against the disease and against the stigma it creates.
A typical dramatic production starts with several days of tryouts, followed by weeks, sometimes even months, of rehearsal that culminate in a high-stress “tech week” and, finally, the production itself.
The rainy weather this week has not dampened the spirit of the Duke Arts Festival, spanning from Monday, September 28th to Sunday, October 5th. The Duke Arts Festival, hosted by duARTS, is an annual event celebrating all forms of art throughout the week.
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.
Spoken Verb event provides chance at honest expression On Friday, Sept. 18, Spoken Verb, Duke University’s slam poetry and spoken word group, hosted their first event of the year: an open mic poetry session.
Gregory Porter is a Grammy-winning jazz vocalist who has garnered widespread critical acclaim for his powerful yet refined voice and his authentic, impassioned delivery.
The Chronicle: Can you describe the role that you and your company played in producing EVEREST? John Doherty: Cross Creek Pictures is a production and finance company.
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.
Duke prides itself on offering a wide variety of Writing 101 courses, with topics ranging from new fad diets to rock documentaries.
Black and white images of bikini-clad women lounging on a cruise ship are juxtaposed with unsteady footage of Molotov cocktails arcing through the air at a drive-in movie.
From the rectangular stickers adorning laptops across campus to the colorful new wraps on the Duke buses, the reach of the artstigators has grown significantly in the first year since its inception.
Flipping through the channels on television, it seems that the an overwhelming amount of content has to do with war.
For ten years, the Nasher Museum of Art has been a landmark for the Triangle's art scene. Designed by world-famous architect Rafael Vinoly, the museum’s marble facade makes Campus Drive more than just a leafy passage between East and West Campus.
Since its inception a few decades ago, hip hop has grown to become both a dominant force in our sociocultural dialogue and a continuously developing form of expression for a variety of artists across the globe.