This time last year, I entered my freshman dorm and met the initially intimidating group of girls living on my hall.
On June 19, Blumhouse Productions and director and screenwriter David Koepp released their latest psychological thriller, “You Should Have Left.” Based on German author Daniel Kehlmann’s 2017 novella of the same name, the film explores how duplicity and paranoia can destroy a family.
In his latest film, “The King of Staten Island,” director Judd Apatow collaborates with Pete Davidson to deliver a brutally honest portrayal of every burnout’s most dreaded question: “What are you going to do with your life?”
The dying vivacity within the tattoo shop was indicative of the impending shutdown. The shop voluntarily closed their doors two days later.
Now that quarantine has forced most of our social interactions online, some Duke students have found unique ways of strengthening connections during this period of isolation.
When I think of “comforting” albums, my mind shoots in several directions. Comfort can mean a lot of things.
On Thursday, Feb. 20, the Center for Documentary Studies held a book launch for photographer Jessica Ingram’s “Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial.”
In “Enhanced,” Maxwell partnered with Duke Theater Studies to reveal the complexities of institutional culture and human nature.