Watching TV in the 2000s and early 2010s, I felt like the only Indian characters in the media were those that had just immigrated from India and embodied the stereotypical tropes. There are over one billion of us in the world, yet it seemed every Indian on TV was a variant of Baljeet.
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I recommend that everyone read Asimov's “Foundation.” Its interesting ideas, compelling story and exciting plot twists will keep you entertained while making you think deeply about the world.
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.
In response to comments by my family and friends, I like to make jokes about the superiority of Android phones, and I often speak about my love of Android phones to my friends in jest. I sometimes reflect, however, on the weird role that phones play in our lives.
The Chronicle caught up with Jonathan to talk about internet fame and the experience of a lifetime.
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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CJ Monét is a visual artist, poet and musician working at the Golden Belt Warehouse Studios.
Five years later, however, with Bieber now married to Hailey Baldwin and Selena single but ever-beloved by her supporters, new lines are being drawn, and it is unclear whether they are between fans or the celebrities themselves.
The Chronicle sat down with the American shoe designer to talk about not going into investment banking, his Jewish heritage and how he came to understand his consumer.
"Yellowjackets” Season 2 is among us, and it appears as though a cult-like following may be emerging for the show that — ironically enough — features cults.
SmART is an initiative of the North Carolina Arts Council that aims to use art in a way that boosts the economy of local communities while preserving and highlighting their individual character.