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Duke Gardens in the Heat!

Yes! You Can Enjoy Duke Gardens in This Heat. Here's How

July 27, 2016The thing about gardens is when it gets the most hot and humid, some flowers are in their prime bloom. Duke Gardens is looking lovely, even if the weather isn't. Here's how to enjoy a visit. [More]

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Campaign Stop 2016

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The president’s belief in policies that can benefit all Americans is being repudiated by voters, in favor of a vision of politics as a zero-sum game, writes a Duke law professor.

 

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ACE Program Launches in South Africa

Ten student-athletes from Duke and Stanford volunteered in Gordon's Bay, South Africa with two community organizations: ACJ Primary School and Safe Haven. The Rubenstein-Bing Student-Athlete Civic Engagement Program, or ACE, provides one-time funding for Duke-Stanford student-athletes to participate.

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Alumni

Laila El-Haddad: "The Gaza Kitchen"

Palestinian author and Duke alumna Laila El-Haddad presents complex narratives of Palestine through food and cuisine to counter the dominant view of Palestinians as Islamic terrorists or victims of the Israeli state.

Diversity

Our Stories, Your Legacy: A Dialogue with SNCC Veterans

SNCC Veterans Charlie Cobb, Maria Varela, and Judy Richardson discussed their experiences working with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.

Arts

Talking Music: Blitz the Ambassador

Ghanaian-born, Brooklyn-based rapper Blitz the Ambassador came for a one-week artist residency thanks to Duke Performances. He spoke about his career and hip-hop culture today.