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The Short List

Week's Top 5 Events & Deadlines from Duke Today Students

MON 9/1 - Labor Day: Classes in Session
Duke administrative offices closed.

MON 9/1 - Academics Teaching #Ferguson
African & African American Studies holds discussion re. fatal shooting of Missouri 18-year-old. 7PM Nelson Music Room.

FRI 9/5 - Final Drop/Add Deadline at 11:59 PM
To add a course this week, students need permission numbers from instructors.

FRI 9/5 - Americanah Author Meets First-Years
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie will speak in Baldwin about the summer reading. 7:30PM - 9PM.

FRI 9/5 - Science at the Smithsonian: From the Giant Magellan Telescope to the Biodiversity of Myanmar
Meet the tropical biologist who oversees the DC museums. 4:30PM Sanford. Reception following.

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Duke Construction

Construction projects at Duke are changing the campus landscape. The short term headaches will soon be forgotten when the current projects are completed.

Sweet Life Illuminated

Portland-based artist Carter Hubbard installed Sweet Life Illuminated in the Bryan Center this Monday. The visually striking and colorful "spoondelier", comprised of more than 9,000 discarded ice cream spoons from a local business, hangs just to the left of the main entrance to the Bryan Center.

"I'm very interested in processes, and how cognizant people are of their actions. I want them to do their research," said Hubbard. "I seek to know better the underlying, fundamental systems and their inherent motivations and effects, beneficial and detrimental."

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