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Steve Nowicki noted that private American higher education in general has issues with socioeconomic diversity. 

10 questions with Steve Nowicki

As dean and vice provost for undergraduate education, Steve Nowicki is responsible for leading all aspects of undergraduate life. The Chronicle spoke with him about his vacation dreams, social media tendencies and his lava lamp.

Larry Moneta told The Chronicle that his idea of happiness is spending time with his grandchildren.

Who's who: people to know on campus

Everyone knows about men's basketball head coach Mike Krzyzewski and President Richard Brodhead, but what about the other important figures on Duke's campus? The Chronicle compiled a list of important people to know as the 2016-17 academic year begins, spanning administrators to athletic figures and student leaders.

Troy Clair serves as the North Carolina director at Hillary for America and discussed the importance of universities in elections.

Director of Clinton North Carolina campaign Troy Clair notes role of youth in 2016 election

Troy Clair, Trinity ’03, pursued a political science major and history minor while at Duke. After leaving, he worked as chief of staff for North Carolina representative G.K. Butterfield and is now the North Carolina director at Hillary for America. The Chronicle’s Jaime Gordon spoke with Clair about his experience at Duke, the nuances of Clinton’s campaign and North Carolina politics. 

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