Greetings Duke Parents and Family Members!
media:document:30d42836-8220-40d2-9853-2536c21fc32d Check out the recently published fall 2014 newsletter from Duke's Mu Kappa chapter of Chi Omega.
We spoke to Gerald Tan, a Trinity freshman from Singapore, about his transition to Duke and the United States. The Economics student has a great sense of humor and loves all things food.
1. Where have you lived or traveled?
I have only lived in Singapore. But my Mum was born in Malaysia, so I would often head there to visit my relatives. Itâs a 3-hour drive away.
The semester is rapidly coming to an end, and we all know what that meansâ¦â¦. yup, time to study for finals. Wouldnât it be amazing if we could offer you some secret eating tips to help boost your memory? Well we donât have any magic formulas but we do have some good advice.
Think Healthy Fats
There is strong evidence that the same anti-inflammatory properties that help protect your heart can improve memory. These fats include fatty fish like salmon and tuna, nuts/seeds, avocado, olive oil and flax.
Where to find them on campus*:
Â· Try the guacamole on your burrito bowl at Penn
Â· Look for salmon and tuna or other fish on cafÃ© menus (Div cafÃ© offers a salmon wrap, CafÃ© DeNovo offers a Tuna Nicoise salad, Penn serves salmon at dinner frequently, Perk has a salmon salad)
Let me be entirely honest and open in what I’m about to say. Honesty after all, is so little found in conversations about mental health and yet so powerful when it is. I have, like 1 in 4 other young people my age, struggled with my mental health on and off. There have been times when I’ve been sick with hopelessness and misery, consumed with self-loathing and hatred. Likewise, there have times when I’ve been ecstatically happy and grateful. My emotional health is a mental rollercoaster and contains the best and worst memories for me. But it is not all of me.
Papua New Guinea, officially the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, is an Oceanian country that occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and its offshore islands in Melanesia, a region of the southwestern Pacific Ocean north of Australia. Its capital, located along its southeastern coast, is Port Moresby. The western half of New Guinea forms the Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua.
Let me start by sharing two things that comes up to my mind when I think about Thanksgiving. Firstly, as an international student whose home is approximately 5,430 miles away from Duke, I am always nervous about being left alone during short breaks like Thanksgiving when none of the on-campus eateries, stores, libraries are open for their regular hours and almost all of my friends leave campus to go back to their homes. This year, fortunately, International House organized an amazing Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday, Nov 26th, for a group of internationals that included undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty. I thought the event was a great success!
Bernadette Brown has been named the new director of the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity (CSGD) at Duke.
Youâve come to the right place, yes, this is the nutrition blog. It may seem like a juxtaposition that a dietitian is writing about burgers, but a good burger is one of my favorite things to eat. A local burger joint recently posted that they were having a Thanksgiving contest. One and all were welcomed to enter the contest for the best themed burger. The plan was for judges to choose
Did you happen to miss this year's Thanksgiving at the Marketplace? Well, if so we are so sorry that you had to miss this spectacular annual event! This article will detail the Marketplace Thanksgiving in hopes that you will put it on your calendar for next year! Read More...