Americans constantly face inequality and opportunity loss, corollaries of living in a society buried in debt — so why haven't policymakers done better at protecting our finances?
On February 3, 2021, Peykar, still suffering from a lack of smell, realized that she could no longer taste flavors of food.
Director Mike Cahill is known for ambiguous science fiction that probes thought-provoking questions from the audience, but this film fails to do anything new. Open-ended questions are plentiful in the science-fiction genre, but they need a purpose.
There is more to college basketball in North Carolina and around the country than the predominately white institutions (PWIs) that are featured on TV.
Where “White Noise” gestured toward this deeper problem, the panel members provided interpretive clarity.
As the girls go through love, friendships and hurt, "Pearl Next Door" takes the time to unravel the nature of queer friendships and the tight and mature support network of queer communities behind the scenes.
Unfortunately for my young nerves, the entire “Final Destination” franchise hinges on the premise that no matter how closely you examine the world for signs, no matter how many premonitions you experience, no matter how tightly you hold onto your loved one, you and everyone you know will eventually die.
The project, described as an “ongoing essay about the presence and function of Blackness in society,” originally began in 2004 and will add 22 new pieces this spring for an on-campus installation in early April.
Through short stories, essays, poetry, photography, visual and digital art, students on and beyond Duke’s campus have found creative outlets to express their thoughts and emotions.
Sophie Xeon, one of the most influential pop musicians and producers of the last decade and known professionally as SOPHIE, passed away Jan. 30 in a tragic accident first reported by the artist’s record label Transgressive.
It has been almost a year since an in-person performance has been staged before an audience at Duke, but that hasn’t stopped student theater organization Hoof ‘n’ Horn from going forward with their spring musical.
Now, with the virtual screening bringing Clark and White back to Duke, the story of how “Assassins'' came to be is reaching full circle.
Documentaries tell stories, and as consumers of media, we learn from those stories. And sometimes, those stories are dangerously problematic.
The three speakers will carry on the tradition of revolutionary thinking at the Feminist Theory Workshops, enlivening research possibilities and inviting new and exciting conversations. FSW has become a signature feature of the GSF Department at Duke University.
What the Nasher has been able to do this year with staff working from home and a shuttered museum is incredibly impressive. However, it has not been easy.
With a lineup of artists from around the world, Duke Performances brings original performances right to your home computer or classroom.
Gritty, naughty and yet all the more ravishing, the “World of Wong Kar Wai” is just way too beautiful of a nightmare to wake up from.