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Grab Your Birding Binoculars and Enjoy the View at Duke Gardens

May 28, 2015Late spring and early summer is ideal time for birders to look to the sky in Duke Gardens. [More]

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Parking Permit Renewal Begins June 8

Permit rates to rise from $1 to $16.75 per month

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Kari Barclay 2015 American Humanity in Action Fellow

Rising senior Kari Barclay began his Humanity in Action Fellowship on May 25. He met with other student human rights activists in Washington, D.C., and is now on the way to his fellowship in Copenhagen, Denmark. Barclay explains his passion for the humanities and the work he has done at Duke.

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The Influence of Africa in Brazilian Art, 1960s and '70s

Franklin Humanities panelists explain why "You can't imagine Brazilian art without Africa."

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Student Speaker: 'Vision Without Execution Is Just a Hallucination'

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Celebrating 15 Years of Metamaterials

Sir John Pendry and Pratt School's David Smith discuss metamaterials breakthroughs such as invisibility cloaks and miniaturized flat antennas.

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