Duke will be taking extra precautions Tuesday night when controversial social scientist Charles Murray comes to speak.
At the height of the Duke lacrosse case, Stephen Miller made a name for himself on national television defending facts.
When Charlie Rose asked President Donald Trump’s senior advisor Stephen Miller, Trinity ’07, about the “chaos and turmoil” that followed Trump’s executive order halting immigration, Miller responded with a line that was representative of his entire political career. “If nobody’s disagreeing with what you’re doing, then you’re probably not doing anything that really matters in the scheme of things,” Miller told Rose. Miller—an outspoken conservative activist since high school—has come under intense scrutiny in recent days for his role in drafting and implementing an executive order which includes a halt on immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries and indefinitely bans Syrian refugees.
Senior Izzy Marie* was sitting in her final round interview with a top consulting firm when she had a revelation.
Actors and activists Kal Penn and John Cho, the stars of Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, campaigned at colleges across North Carolina Tuesday on behalf of Hillary Clinton.
Former Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis made a passionate appeal on Hillary Clinton’s behalf to Duke law school students Friday, calling this election the most important election of her lifetime.