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Q&A: Pauli Murray Center on new documentary "My Name is Pauli Murray"

Social activist, priest and attorney Pauli Murray has had a radical impact on modern notions of equality and social justice. Despite this, Durham native Murray is not the household name that Martin Luther King Jr. or Rosa Parks may be. But, the Pauli Murray Center and the new documentary, told in Murray’s own words, are trying to change that. 


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SHEIN is She-Out: It’s time to question our consumption

Tops from Forever 21, pants from Shein, dresses from H&M, skirts from Zara, jackets from Amazon, accessories from Uniqlo — at a university where 69% of students come from families at the top 20% of incomes and students claim to be environmentally conscious, why do cheap, unethically made clothing items have such a strong presence among our student body?


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Writing is the worst

I hate the moment you look at a blank page, and suddenly, words are supposed to flow, as if by some magical force. I hate the emptiness staring back at me as nothing comes to mind. I hate the openness of writing, your inner thoughts suddenly being known.


CULTURE  |  MUSIC

Still Woozy's debut album is an alt-pop catharsis

In a recent interview discussing the release of his newest album, Still Woozy commented, "This album is me figuring out what an album could be. Each song is expressing a different part of my palette, something I couldn't do if I was just putting out single after single." And figure it out he did. 


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Keke Palmer, an actress, musician and talk-show host, opened NCCU’s Rock the Lyceum lecture series earlier this month.
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Keke Palmer, an actress, musician and talk-show host, opened NCCU’s Rock the Lyceum lecture series earlier this month.


Bordeaux Lane Studio puts famous paintings on necklaces, often with religious significance.
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Bordeaux Lane Studio puts famous paintings on necklaces, often with religious significance.


Gabriela Kavanaugh's Caballo Rojo coffee shop attempts to improve the standard of living for farmers and create job opportunities.
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Gabriela Kavanaugh's Caballo Rojo coffee shop attempts to improve the standard of living for farmers and create job opportunities.


The Duke Farmer's Market takes place every Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Duke Medicine Pavilion Greenway.
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The Duke Farmer's Market takes place every Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Duke Medicine Pavilion Greenway.

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