The Engineering Master’s Talent Show, hosted by Duke’s Engineering Master’s Programs' Dance Club and Music Club Sept. 22, was a sterling display of the many talents Pratt students have honed outside the classroom.
In "Walk Up", a building acts as both a bridge beyond and above the self-centeredness of the lead character and a vessel for his worst qualities.
Our social media feeds are full of "girl math," "girl dinner" and the "strawberry girl." Why is every recent TikTok trend based on girls – especially given the cancellation of “girlboss” just a few years ago?
Marking its second year in Durham, Slingshot will include a diverse array of notable and up-and-coming artists that dabble within the bounds of dance, electronic, pop and experimental music.
Weekend Therapy, the Duke student band that opened last semester's LDOC concert, synthesizes a unique rock and R&B sound – and has some exciting plans in the works.
In “Lost in Translation” (2003), an eighteen-year-old Scarlett Johansson and mid-to-late career Bill Murray have a semi-platonic one-week fling in Japan that's influenced as much by director Sofia Coppola's relationship to her father as her crumbling marriage.
On Sept. 13, the Duke Department of Romance Studies hosted Nicolas Mathieu, winner of the 2018 Prix Goncourt (Goncourt Prize) for his novel “And Their Children After Them” (“Leurs Enfants Après Eux”), for a round-table conversation. The Prix Goncourt, often considered the French equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize, includes such past winners as Marcel Proust, Simone de Beauvoir and Marguerite Duras.
Fast fashion and single-wear outfits are inextricably tied to the festival and concert industry – and a major contributor to overconsumption.
Park Chan-wook’s 2003 film, re-released last month for its 20th anniversary, is violent, action-packed and extremely visceral – but "Oldboy" is so much more than the sheer shock value it provides.
Earlier this month, students observed mysterious bird-like sculptures strolling around Duke’s campus. What were these strange creatures, and who brought them here?
Ballet Ashani’s “Giovanni’s Room” is a poignant and fresh success that reimagines James Baldwin’s characters and brings life to present-day Paris.
Duke Arts Presents hosted its annual block party Sept. 5, highlighting their rebrand and kicking off Arts Week at Duke with a magical night of performances and activities.
While it occasionally strains under the weight of its admittedly bizarre core concept, “Fionna and Cake” makes it clear that the ingredients making “Adventure Time” special haven’t gone anywhere.
The Emerson Quartet's final performance at Duke felt at once powerful and bittersweet.
Both on and off Duke’s campus, there are many ways for students to interact with Latine culture or perhaps celebrate their own ancestry during Hispanic Heritage Month.
The performance, which explored stories of sleepless youth through virtual reality, was featured by Duke Arts Presents.
A three-day music event held annually in the heart of Raleigh, N.C., Hopscotch Music Festival will bring an eclectic array of performers to the Triangle this week from Sept. 7–9.
“In the End” is, to be sure, an album about loss, despair, mourning and the frustration of failing to obtain one’s object of desire. But what is so distinctive about Bain’s production is the playful exuberance with which she broaches the vicissitude of her desire.