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How Brexit Came to Pass

June 28, 2016Some in Britain are already expressing buyer's remorse, but Brexit seems likely to go forward. Duke political scientist Tim Buthe explains what happened. [More]

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Bam! Kick Up Fourth of July Flavors

Experts and cooks offer favorite recipes for holiday cookouts

Campaign Stop 2016

Britain and the EU 

Political Scientist Tim Buthe says if UK voters opt to leave the EU, the fundamental cause will be the long-term failure of the British political leadership to make a real case for the U.K.'s EU membership.

 

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Scotty McCreery honored at Duke's World Voice Day celebration

Duke Voice Care Center celebrated 10 years of healing and helping voices by hosting their 10th Annual World Voice Day Celebration March 29 at the Cary Arts Center in Cary. They honored American Idol winner Scotty McCreery with the 2016 Patrick D. Kenan Award for Vocal Health and Wellness.

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Global

The Human Rights Problems of Israel's West Bank Wall

Jessica Montell, formerly director of B'Tselem: the Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, taught a class at Duke on the wall's human rights problems.

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.

Faculty

Remembering Srinivas Aravamudan

Duke faculty members held a special gathering to share their memories of Srinivas Aravamudan and their thoughts on his many contributions to Duke and the humanities