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Shruti Rao


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Lucky

Have you ever had one of those moments that snaps you out of the mundane day-to-day issues that typically bother you?


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Too sweet

While students try to resist the traditionally “unhealthy” foods at Marketplace at the pizza and burger stations, research shows that greasy and high-fat foods aren’t the only contributors to weight gain.


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​Made in America

We cannot and should not fight the proliferation of technology and instead need to focus on building the type of educational infrastructure that supports a knowledge-based society.


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Brighten up

I believe that the greatness of this nation doesn’t come just from our politics or our media, but from the steady and impressive accomplishments that we collectively work towards day by day.


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Turn (out) the vote

The chance of Clinton winning is currently sitting at approximately 54 percent and Trump winning are 45 percent. In this incredibly close election, it has never been more important for young people, and Duke students, to get out and vote.


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Quasi-adulthood

So if you can’t wait to live off campus and cook for yourself or if you yearn for the days when you were a wide-eyed freshman wearing a lanyard, then just stop, breathe and soak in quasi-adulthood. It’s not all that bad.

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