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Ayra Charania

Ayra Charania is a Trinity sophomore and an associate news editor of The Chronicle's 117th volume.


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‘This isn’t March 2020 anymore’: Parents express frustration with Duke’s new COVID-19 guidelines

Many parents are not happy with Duke’s new COVID-19 guidelines, with some even considering pulling their children from the University. Some parents are demanding that their kids deserve a normal college experience. Others question Duke’s decision to host large orientation events. And others have concerns “about anything that degrades the quality of the education and the experience that our children are getting.” 


Michael Ward published 12 books and over 100 articles during his career, advancing the understanding of international conflict, geopolitics, trade and many other subfields of political science.
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Duke professor Michael Ward remembered for wit, wisdom and ‘not accepting the status quo anywhere’

“One of the beauties of Mike’s life and one of the real gifts of his life is that he’s never going to be remembered for just one thing,” said a former student of Ward. “He’s always going to be remembered for a multitude of things: for complexity, for generosity, for his wit, for his sharp mind, for pushing the field forward, for not accepting the status quo anywhere. And I think that’s something to really aspire to.”


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Duke Student Government senators heard from Duke SHAPE, which aims to combat sexual assault and harassment, at their Wednesday meeting. 
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Duke Student Government senators heard from Duke SHAPE, which aims to combat sexual assault and harassment, at their Wednesday meeting. 

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