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Ayra Charania

Senior Editor

Ayra Charania is a Trinity junior and a senior editor of The Chronicle's 118th volume.


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The Durham delegation to the North Carolina General Assembly held a vigil at the CCB Plaza in downtown Durham in remembrance of the Jan. 6 attacks on the U.S. Capitol. 
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‘We cannot allow this incident to be swept under the rug’: NC representatives hold vigil one year after Jan. 6 attacks

“We know our democracy is only 246 years old, but it is all that we know. It is all that our parents, our grandparents, our great great grandparents have known, and yet we may take it for granted: our Constitution, our free and fair elections, the rule of law, the electoral process, the certification of a president,” state Rep. Marcia Morey said. 


Members of Mobilizing Asian Students Together at a September teach-in. Photo courtesy of MAST.
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‘We want to be the last people to have to do this’: MAST advocates for demands of Asian students, organizations

Institutionalizing an Ethnic Studies department, creating supportive cultural centers, disaggregating Asian American and Pacific Islander admissions data and establishing a standardized hate and bias policy: these are the four demands that Mobilizing Asian Students Together, the first coalition of Asian students and organizations at Duke, is fighting for.


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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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