Does a living group have the right to exclude others from using “their door?” Is there any such thing as “their door” and “our door?” Is there some unwritten rule that you can’t cut through another dormitory?
As Duke students, we share a measure of collective responsibility. If you are willing to bask in the glory of being a member of the exalted class of (fill in the blank), then you must also accept responsibility.
Because it is so easy to alienate others by being overly self-righteous, confrontation can come off as obnoxious and detract from the cause. The goal should be to persuade and enlighten, not assert moral superiority.
Given the wide range of socio-economic backgrounds at Duke, the $7,000 buy-in is a pittance for those at the upper end of the economic ladder and a fortune for those at the bottom.
The Chronicle's Lena Yannella recently sat down with Providence, R.I., city councilwoman Carmen Castillo when Castillo was on campus for a talk.
In 2015, free speech activists at the University of South Carolina used a swastika and a sign saying "wetback"—a derogatory term usually aimed at undocumented Mexican immigrants—at a demonstration on campus to represent speech that had been quieted on other college campuses.
The press has reached a point when it can no long ignore President Trump’s outrageous claim that the mainstream press is the “enemy of the people,” said Chuck Todd—NBC News political director and host of “Meet the Press"—at a talk Monday.