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This month Devils and Details meets with David Ntim, a sophomore studying biomedical engineering and computer science, who was chosen as this year’s Duke Chapel Student Preacher. Ntim speaks with us about faith and hope (and finals). Here’s a link to the entire service where he delivered his sermon. To learn about alumni events we meet with Lisa We…
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In 2020, as the Black Lives Matter protests gathered strength in the wake of the police murder of George Floyd, Duke President Vince Price released a statement committing the university to “take transformative action now toward eliminating … systems of racism and inequality.” He listed expected steps: diversity in hiring and admissions, additional …
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Duke's UNIV 101 course, The Invention and Consequences of Race, gathers momentum. We learn about the sociology of race and "immigrant whiteness," and how whiteness isn't a color, it's a social status that can be aspired to. Different groups, for example, both become and stop being white. How whiteness has a lot more to do with politics than skin co…
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In 2020, as the Black Lives Matter protests gathered strength in the wake of the police murder of George Floyd, Duke President Vince Price released a statement committing the university to “take transformative action now toward eliminating … systems of racism and inequality.” He listed expected steps: diversity in hiring and admissions, additional …
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This poem by Kimberly Gaubault appears in the Duke Magazine Special Issue 2021, in which all the stories focus on freedom. Gaubault (McCrae) graduated from Duke in 2000 and is an intentional lover of people and advocates for defining one's personal freedom.Duke Magazine
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Eric Dozier grew up in a tiny Tennessee town and got his education at Duke. But when it came time to make his contribution in the world, he was drawn back to the music traditions of his background. He now uses that music in performances and presentations, in which things like gospel and call-and-response music help bridge societal divides. Here he …
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In our series connected to our 2020 special issue on Realizations, physical therapist Callie Beasley talks about her belief that she had to give up her practice of music to take up her practice of physical therapy. It took a curmudgeonly client, a piano, and "The Sound of Music" for her to realize she didn't need to give up music at all.…
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In our series on realizations, Duke Forest communicator Blake Tedder tells us about the many realizations he experienced when he underwent the process of recovering from a major burn injury. That leads to a discussion of the realizations he experienced when he believed he was going to die in the plane crash that caused the burns. He uses the phrase…
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A Religious Studies class at Duke University called "The End of the World: Apocalyptic Arguments from Antiquity to the Present Day" seemed rather well timed even before the onset of COVID-19. But in a time when many seemed to fear they were facing the end of the world, the class decided to write a manifesto expressing their feeling that it was not.…
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This is part three of a three-part series. In February 1969, African American students at Duke seized the Allen Building, the university's main administration building. A daylong standoff ended with the students leaving the building at the same moment that police in riot gear stormed the building. Police subsequently engaged crowds of students in i…
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This is part two of a three-part series. In February 1969, African American students at Duke seized the Allen Building, the university's main administration building. A daylong standoff ended with the students leaving the building at the same moment that police in riot gear stormed the building. Police subsequently engaged crowds of students in its…
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In February 1969, African American students at Duke seized the Allen Building, the university's main administration building. A daylong standoff ended with the students leaving the building at the same moment that police in riot gear stormed the building. Police subsequently engaged crowds of students in its main quad, using clubs and tear gas. The…
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Leslie Lewis '79 calls herself "one of the lost Dukies." In a world where our alumni offerers of advice in general suggest pursuing what interests you and letting things shake out from there, she looks back from her 60th birthday and wonders whether more planning might not have helped her. Mind you, she's accomplished great things, and her look bac…
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It was professor Plum, with the candlestick, in the conservatory! Paul Kim, '97, is a forensic accountant, a career you might not have known exists. It does, and in this episode of our "Now What?" series, he describes his breakthrough moment and explains how he got there.Duke Magazine
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Reid Lewis '84 thought of himself as a Steve Jobs or Bill Gates guy who would grow an enormous company. He turned about to be better at the growing part than the enormous part and has become a specialist in entrepreneurship, and though he wouldn't mind a little more stability, he's found that he loves the challenge and personal nature of his work. …
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Tania Hossain Caravella '96 graduated from Trinity with a dual major in biology and history. But that wide range of study did not leave her feeling ready for anything; she instead felt almost clueless about what to do next. Things have worked out extremely well, and has a job she loves in research: "I ended up doing exactly what I'm meant to be doi…
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For the first series of The Devils' Share, a podcast from Duke Magazine, we focused on the topic we called "Now What?" -- about those early-career moments when you begin understanding how work ... works. For our first episode, Duke '82 engineering grad Danal Blessis shares stories of his career path and gives some wise advice on how to get where yo…
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In Duke Magazine's Summer 2018 issue we covered the Duke Honor Council, a student organization working, as it has worked for years, to create an atmosphere of honor on the Duke campus. The piece inspired a response by an alumna, who shared with us a noteworthy expression of honor by an athlete and further tales of Duke's earliest run at an honor co…
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At the closing events of the grand opening of the SNCC Digital Gateway (snccdigital.org/), a repository of audio, video, text, and photography about the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, SNCC members raised their voices in song.Transcript:This is an audio postcard from Duke Magazine[music]Duke Libraries and the Center for Documentary Studi…
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