Last month, Duke Performances’ Building Bridges: Muslims in America initiative hosted its first artist since March 2021 and its first in-person artist since February 2020.
The third season of Netflix’s “Sex Education” opens in a way you’d expect from the title: a lot of people having sex. This rather graphic opener sets the tone for a season about sex positivity with some characteristically raunchy humor that leaves audiences pleasantly surprised by the tumultuous season to come.
The “Fantasma” reading was a unique opportunity to be physically in a space with artists and to be invited into their mental space, as well.
My time in the “Panic” Discord has been hands-down the best fandom experience I have ever had. There is something so gratifying about connecting to strangers over your love of story – something I have only found on Discord.
To get a real sense of what the Jambalaya Soul Slam is all about, you have to experience it for yourself.
Education doesn’t have to be a mere step on the ladder to whatever lofty life plans you may have.
One of the most nerve-wracking things about this semester so far is having a bookbag with almost 50 classes and the possibility of not getting into a single one of them.
I returned to the studio a week later to pick up my finished product — a loaf of purple, honey-and-vanilla scented soap. The workshop was truly one of the more unique experiences I have had at Duke so far. As it turns out, it isn’t unique at all.
With limited options for social engagement, Halloween is looking very different this year.