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Duke University, Inc.

Things change, people graduate, but the morning Chronicle, tinged with a cup of Alpine coffee, is forever. It's under these auspices that I say goodbye. to both The Chronicle and to Duke. My...


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Feminist patriarchy

Feminism at Duke has never been so strong. or so problematic. All of the Above, a set of monologues written and performed by Duke women and produced by Urgent Theater, opened Thursday to a packed,...


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The Iran you never knew

Tuesday at 8:07:26 p.m. (New York Time), Iranian Americans worldwide celebrated the 1,386th Persian New Year, also known as Norooz. The event is a cultural celebration and follows in the tradition...


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Let's talk about sex, baby

As a retired sex kitten, I understand the appeal: The echo of a pounding beat in a dimly lit room, the triumph of a dry hump, the print of rosy lipstick on a frat guy's cigarette and the sound and...


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The perfect victim

Saturday marks the first men's lacrosse home game since three players were indicted for allegedly raping a Durham stripper last spring. The rape charges have since been dropped, but other charges...


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Official, but not over

Online Exclusive 1/2: It's official. Even Durham District Attorney Mike Nifong has succumbed to the reality that many Duke students knew all along. The members of the men's lacrosse team did...


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Do it well, Bob

The Campus Culture Initiative, in its ardent search to find the cause of Duke's cultural cancer, is missing one very important point-that Duke students don't want things to change. Duke students...

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