For students hoping to put the untapped potential of their creative projects into motion, StudioDuke can be the catalyst for new levels of artistry and imagination.
Claims of a racist writers' room — by the stars of the show themselves — quickly extinguished the glowing reviews of “Kim’s Convenience,” and perhaps the warm comfort of the sitcom itself.
Although the Rubenstein Arts Center’s film theater is quiet this semester, Screen/Society is finding ways to keep bringing the cinematic arts to Duke and Durham.
Now, with the virtual screening bringing Clark and White back to Duke, the story of how “Assassins'' came to be is reaching full circle.
“The Devil All the Time” stood out to me because of its ensemble cast and thriller appeal. Yet, against all odds, “The Devil All the Time” bored me.
Duke is no stranger to recruitment season, with each fall marked by visits from major banks, tech companies and consulting firms. But for students interested in the creative and entertainment industries, the traditional recruitment offerings give little opportunity to establish solid connections.
“Miss Juneteenth” quietly discusses African-American embodiment in a modern, yet traditional world — a world that has consistently failed them.
What exactly is expressive writing? Evans described it as a simple opportunity to express your most significant feelings about what is currently affecting your life.