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Mona Tong

Mona Tong is a Trinity senior and director of diversity, equity and inclusion analytics for The Chronicle's 117th volume. She was previously news editor for Volume 116.


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Aaron Lorenzo Dorsey was shot and killed by a DUPD officer on March 13, 2010.
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'Feels like it happened yesterday': Revisiting Aaron Lorenzo Dorsey’s death at the hands of a DUPD officer, 11 years later

On March 13, 2010, Duke University Police Department officer Jeffrey Liberto shot and killed 25-year-old Aaron Lorenzo Dorsey of Durham. The Chronicle’s coverage of the story at the time did not extend beyond interviews with and statements from representatives of Duke and DUPD, and The Chronicle neither covered the legal proceedings nor gave Dorsey’s loved ones a chance to tell their stories.


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Christina Wang elected DSG president, Ramya Ginjupalli to be EVP

Wang is currently DSG vice president of equity and outreach. Her platform focused on ensuring greater equity, building a “Duke community for all” and implementing more student-centered resources. Ginjupalli is currently DSG vice president of campus life and hopes to give the student body more voice in DSG projects, promote connection among students and work closely with student groups.


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S/U courses will continue to fulfill Trinity distribution requirements in future semesters

Under the approved policy, students who receive an S in a S/U class will receive curriculum codes, which fulfill distribution requirements. Students who wish to enroll in a course on an S/U basis must obtain permission from the course instructor and their academic dean, according to a summary of changes to the policy presented by Jesse Summers, adjunct assistant professor of philosophy.


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