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Indu Ramesh


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Maybe I find the Scripps National Spelling Bee so entertaining because of the cultural connection.


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I don’t know, ya’ll

Pretty much every day at Duke, I’ll hear someone refer to a girl as a “dumb bitch,” or worse, “dumb c***.” I’ll see that a beautiful “I need feminism” poster from the recent campaign has been...

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New York Times Editorial Board member Brent Staples speaks about the legacy of John Hope Franklin during the three-day conference honoring the late James B. Duke professor emeritus of history Thursday.
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New York Times Editorial Board member Brent Staples speaks about the legacy of John Hope Franklin during the three-day conference honoring the late James B. Duke professor emeritus of history Thursday.


Students who choose to wait in the walk-up line are not guaranteed admission to the Duke-North Carolina game.
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Students who choose to wait in the walk-up line are not guaranteed admission to the Duke-North Carolina game.


At Thursday’s Campus Council meeting, Campus Council President Stephen Temple (center) listens to proposals to restore Saturday cleaning in dormitories.  RLHS says the decision came after a semester of complaints from students.
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At Thursday’s Campus Council meeting, Campus Council President Stephen Temple (center) listens to proposals to restore Saturday cleaning in dormitories. RLHS says the decision came after a semester of complaints from students.


Lance Thomas (left), Miles Plumlee and the rest of the Duke defense held Charlotte to under 34 percent shooting in Tuesday’s easy win.
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Lance Thomas (left), Miles Plumlee and the rest of the Duke defense held Charlotte to under 34 percent shooting in Tuesday’s easy win.


Marie Miranda, director of the Children’s Environmental Health Initiatve, found that lead negatively impacted test scores of children in poor neighborhoods because of their living conditions.
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Marie Miranda, director of the Children’s Environmental Health Initiatve, found that lead negatively impacted test scores of children in poor neighborhoods because of their living conditions.


A multi-vehicle collision at approximately 6 p.m. Tuesday caused police to stop traffic at the intersection of Science and Towerview drives.
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A multi-vehicle collision at approximately 6 p.m. Tuesday caused police to stop traffic at the intersection of Science and Towerview drives.

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