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‘Fun Home’ Picked for Class of 2019 Summer Reading

Incoming first-years will read Alison Bechdel's "tragicomic memoir"

Seniors Win New Duke Science Journalism Award

Anastasia Lambrou and Joshua Latner's Ebola video took first

Document Duke 360 on Display

Photos documenting university life to go on exhibit in Allen Building Gallery

Seniors Create App for Wifi-less Travelers

Initial funds for SMSmart for Androids came from I&E grant

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Double School Double Major, Woojin Kim, T'15

March 31, 2015As a Robertson Scholar, senior Woojin Kim is not only bridging the divide between Duke and UNC, but is also joining the disparate disciplines of creative writing and economics to make sense of the role identity can play in structuring society. Watch his Scholar Spotlight video to find out how he ponders culture and why he can't imagine not having been a Robertson. [More]

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