Winters, Alexander F. Hehmeyer associate professor of religious studies and African and African American studies, is the author of “Hope Draped in Black: Race, Melancholy, and the Agony of Progress."
As of right now, events can involve a maximum of 10 people, must follow state and local COVID-19 guidelines and must be approved 14 days beforehand by University Center Activities and Events staff.
Run through the Bleachr app, the virtual tenting platform allows students to form “tents” of up to ten people each in order to compete in challenges and virtual tent checks and accumulate points.
When Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president, college students across the country can expect the potential of sweeping changes to a number of higher education policies. On the campaign trail, Biden has advocated for policy changes on issues such as alleviating the burden of student debt, making higher education more affordable and accessible, and repealing many of the current Department of Education’s rule changes.
West Campus' Craven Quad is named for Braxton Craven, a president of Duke's predecessor Trinity College—and a slaveowner and supporter of the Confederacy.
Duke is keeping students busy on Election Day, but some professors are making changes on their own.
The United States has always struggled with the issue of fair and free elections and the question of who gets to participate in them, and a new book looks at that history in Duke’s home state.
Last year, the history and English departments each hired an Africanist tenure-track professor, and this year Latinx and Asian American studies will each hire two faculty members.