In a world where Spotify’s algorithmic curation threatens to limit the environment of musical exploration to our earbud-attached phones and laptops, the Fall Record Fair encourages communal exploration of music you can touch.
Nadia Shanaa is a Palestinian, hijab-wearing, Virgo energy-radiating character from “Elite,” a show that Vulture aptly described as “Netflix’s best horny teen drama.”
With so many events going on every week at Duke, it can be hard to keep track of what is happening and when. One event that might be on your radar, however, is DEMAN 101.
Are you or a loved one a former or current pre-medical student at Duke University? This new program may be right for you.
The Avett Brothers’ new album, “Closer Than Together,” is a musical roller coaster of ups and downs.
From ”Friends” to scrunchies, our obsession with ‘90s popular culture is no secret, but the steady rise of zine festivals in the past few years suggests that the era’s counterculture is in resurgence, too.
How do we responsibly depict marginalized peoples’ narratives, particularly those of immigrants, who by necessity must often remain anonymous?
Several weeks ago, I made the glorious choice to show my friend the very first episode of “Fleabag,” the British comedy-drama written by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge as the eponymous Fleabag.
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Last Saturday, not even 90-degree weather could prevent crowds from celebrating Pride on Duke’s East Campus.
Surely a city as prominent as New York would have made a full musical recovery by now and is once again dictating the sounds and styles of the whole game. Right?
For many of us, home is our mothers. For makers in the Durham area, home is The Mothership.
Recently named one of the 50 Best New Restaurants in America by Bon Appétit, Durham’s M Tempura specializes in exactly what its name suggests.
When Keke Palmer walked onto the stage at NCCU’s Rock the Lyceum lecture series, her energy was magnetic.