When we black out, we lose our inhibitions. That is, we lose our “voluntary or involuntary restraint on the direct expression of an instinct.” Simply put, we lose the rational ability to read situations, to reason with others and to recognize our own compromised state of being.
Duke Students for Housing Reform has extended an invitation, not a threat, to members of selective residential organizations of all kinds—fraternities, sororities, SLGs, even academic- or scholarship-based living situations—to reflect on their experiences of housing, to defend their individual ideas and values regarding housing and, most importantly, to listen to other people’s residential experiences.
The Chronicle will be publishing endorsement letters for the 2018 Young Trustee elections from Monday, Feb. 5 to Sunday, Feb. 11. No endorsements will be published after Sunday, Feb. 11 at 8 p.m.