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A new glass entry element is being created at the Bryan Center’s plaza entry. The design will make the entry to the Bryan Center from the plaza more coherent with other recent and planned building projects in the BC neighborhood. The entry will be constructed of materials in harmony with neighboring buildings, and will make entering and exiting the BC and easier and pleasing experience through improved traffic flow.
The increased vertical scale of the new entry will provide greater visibility to aid navigation, and will blur the threshold between the natural exterior landscape and the built interior environment. Integrated lighting will crate a soft, inviting beacon during the night.
Students and other Bryan Center visitors can still enter the building from the Plaza level through the Bookstore, or through the entry along the Chapel side of the building, near the traffic circle.
The project is expected to be completed late spring 2015.
Duke Common Experience
As we prepare to welcome the Class of 2019, the Duke Common Experience Committee (the group that is selecting our summer reading book) has been hard at work getting the list narrowed down to our selection. This year, the debate has left us with 6 books- one of which will be our summer reading text. Our top 6 are:
All the Light we Cannot See by: Anthony Doerr
Fun Home by: Alison Bechdel
It Happened on the Way to War by: Rye Barcott
Red by: John Logan
The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics ad Religion by: Jonathan Haidt
The Shallows: What is the Internet Doing to our Brains by: Nicholas Carr
Information about each text can be found here:
THE SHORT LIST
Week's Top 5 Events & Deadlines from Duke Today Students
MON 3/23 - Reading by Duke Poet Nathaniel Mackey
Creative writing professor and winner of 2015 Bollingen Prize for American Poetry reads from his work at 5 PM in the Nasher. Reception to follow.
FRI 3/27 - Caribana 2015 presented by SOCA
Annual Caribbean cultural festival with free food, giveaways, entertainment, and a parade. 4:30-7:30 PM on West Campus Quad.
FRI 3/27 - DUU presents Duke Royale
Annual semi-formal cocktail party with free food and entertainment. Open 8-11 PM in Cameron Indoor.
SUN 3/29 - TEDxDuke 2015: Building Energy
Nine exciting speakers explore the different types of energy that drive our lives. Talks begin at 1 PM in Baldwin. Tickets include shirts and dinner.