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Leah Boyd

Editor-in-Chief

Leah Boyd is a Pratt junior and editor-in-chief of The Chronicle's 117th volume.


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Micheala Lee is best known around Duke for her joyful yet genuine personality. 
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‘Keep me uplifted’: Beloved Pitchfork’s cashier Micheala Lee, known for her positivity and joy, not rehired for fall

Micheala Lee, the iconic cashier whose smile you may recognize from behind the Pitchfork's counter, was known by students for her constant joy and positivity. Since finding out that Lee was not rehired for the fall semester, Lee and students both described feelings of devastation. But the last thing Lee wants is for her relationships with students and Duke's campus to come to an end.


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The line at the Lobby Shop was out the door as students flocked to buy food in advance of Duke's announcement of a "stay-in-place" directive, although the final directive said students could leave their rooms or come to campus to buy food. 
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The line at the Lobby Shop was out the door as students flocked to buy food in advance of Duke's announcement of a "stay-in-place" directive, although the final directive said students could leave their rooms or come to campus to buy food. 


Clockwise from top left: Thomas Williams, senior lecturing fellow at the School of Law, moderated a Thursday panel on racism in health care with Daniela Lamas, a pulmonary and critical care physician; Khiara Bridges, a law professor at UC Berkeley; and Sylvia Perry, an assistant professor of social psychology at Northwestern. 
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Clockwise from top left: Thomas Williams, senior lecturing fellow at the School of Law, moderated a Thursday panel on racism in health care with Daniela Lamas, a pulmonary and critical care physician; Khiara Bridges, a law professor at UC Berkeley; and Sylvia Perry, an assistant professor of social psychology at Northwestern. 

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