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The Short List
Week of Dec. 9-CLOSE, 2013
TUE 12/10 - Final Examinations Begin at 9 AM
FRI 12/13 - Duke Free Store Donation Deadline
During the week, donate unwanted items at several on-campus locations.
FRI 12/13 - International House Orientation Peer (IHOP) Applications Due
Apply to mentor new international students over the summer and assist with International Orientation.
SUN 12/15 - Final Examinations End at 10 PM
MON 12/16 - Dorm Card Access Ceases at Noon
Students must leave residence halls by 12 PM.
Have a wonderful break. See you in 2014!
West Union Construction Cam
Want to Be a Mystery Diner?
Durham, NC - Nick Antonicci studied the spanakopita, yogurt and hummus in the display case of Gussy's Greek Devil food cart and then poked the oranges and pomegranates in baskets near the cash register.
"How much are the pomegranates?" he asked.
"Just $2," said Gus Megaloudis, owner of the food cart.
Megaloudis didn't know it, but his food cart was under close scrutiny. Antonicci, assistant director for the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, was reviewing the spot as a "mystery diner" for Duke Dining.
Antonicci is one of dozens of students, faculty and staff who volunteer to visit the 30 eateries on campus to measure the quality of food and service.