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Margot Armbruster

Margot Armbruster is a Trinity sophomore. Her column, "bread talks," runs on alternate Mondays.


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'Jumping for a moving bar': A history of the push for fossil fuel divestment at Duke

Since 2012, students have launched multiple campaigns to push Duke to divest from fossil fuel holdings. Eight years later, the University has not committed to full divestment. Students tell a story about bureaucratic inertia, delay and what they consider a battle for the future of our fragile planet. Administrators, however, argue that divestment would accomplish nothing because Duke’s fossil fuel holdings are very small. Here is a comprehensive history of advocacy for fossil fuel divestment at Duke. 


Good Coffee plays in The Ruby Lounge as part of Small Town Records' student showcase.
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Small Town Records signs three new artists

As a high-school sophomore, now first-year Jay Albright sold his video games and consoles to pay for music production equipment. The Atlanta native had indulged his love of beat-mixing for years, but it wasn’t until his late teens that he began to take himself seriously as an artist. In the end, his financial gamble paid off: Small Town Records, Duke’s student-run label, signed Albright, who raps under the pseudonym MAUI. 

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