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Lily Koning
Yui and Friends at Global Cafe

Yui Tsuzuki arrived in Durham six months ago with her husband, who is a visiting scholar at the Duke Law School. They call Japan home. In the following interview, Yui shares about her experiences as an International Spouse in the U.S.

How did you feel when you first arrived in the United States? What surprised you?

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Isabella Wang
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This week we’re traveling to Southeast Asia to visit Indonesia, the world’s fourth most populated country!

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photo of Judith Ruderman, PhD '76, former Duke University vice provost for Academic and Administrative Services and Adjunct Professor of English
Judith Ruderman, PhD '76, former Vice Provost for Academic and Administrative Services and Adjunct Professor of English at Duke University

As we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Freeman Center for Jewish Life, one

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Catherine Allen, Assistant Director, Duke Career Center

There are a few reasons you may not be hearing back from all those applications you are submitting but, let’s start at the beginning: the resume. It’s a dreaded document that can seem boring in all the formality and, because it often takes a fair amount of time to create a good one, it can be a great item to procrastinate on. But in all seriousness, the resume opens the door to your first-round interview. If you’re not getting invited to interviews then your check resume light is on. Here are a few tips to get you started. 

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Lily Koning
Gambian Flag

This week, we received a request from a member of our undergraduate international student community. As the only Gambian undergrad at Duke, he suggested that we highlight the flag of the Republic of the Gambia. We thought it was a great idea!

                       

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Matt Keep '20 Career Ambassador. So you are thinking of going into finance...

So you’re thinking of going into finance–an oft-heard response for Duke undergraduates to the perennial question of one’s career ambitions or summer internship plans. But what exactly does that entail?

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A Devil's Perspective. Kira Ward '22. A Definitive List of the Advice I Got as a First-Year, But Didn’t Actually Take blog

Winter break has just wrapped up and many of us have arrived back on campus after being bombarded with little tidbits of college advice and guidance from every crazy uncle or third-cousin, twice removed that we encountered at the dinner table.

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Isabella Wang
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Zimbabwe is set in south-central Africa, between two of the well-known African rivers, the Limpopo and the Zambezi. It won its independence in 1980.

Zimbabwe’s former president, Robert Gabriel Mugabe, was one of the oldest and longest-serving leaders of a non-royal country in the world. He has served as the leader of Zimbabwe for the past 36 years. He was succeeded in 2017.

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Lily Koning
the Philippines

The Republic of the Philippines is an archipelago in Southeast Asia located between the South China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The nation is made up of more than 7,641 islands, the largest of which is Luzon. Both the Manila, the capital, and Quezon City, the most populous city, are located on Luzon.

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