Living @ Duke
Dear Undergraduate Student:
The Office of Student Conduct staff welcomes you (back) to Duke! We know your time is valuable, so with that in mind, here are 10 things to keep in mind this year. For the overwhelming majority of you, this list will never apply directly to you, so we especially THANK YOU for reading through these items— and perhaps you can be a persuasive voice to your peers in steering them away from some of the negative behaviors described below, should you see them heading down a potentially perilous path.
Stephanie Klein, N-1 (target starting date is July 20, joining us from NC State)
Samantha Babb, N-2 (new RC joining us from Clemson University)
Aneshia Wilson, N-3
Kevin Erixson, N-4
Briana Enty, C-1 (new RC joining us from Bowling Green State University)
Matt Bailey, C-2 (moved from N-2)
My name is Nicholas Antonicci, I use the pronouns he/him/his, and I'm the Director of the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity here at Duke University.
Yesterday, I woke to the news of tragedy of 50 innocent people killed at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, a gay bar on a night celebrating Latinx people and communities.
I struggle to put feelings and emotions into words, to put pain into soundbites that appease and comfort those around me.
Trinity College Student of the Year
Nicholas School of the Environment Student of the Year
School of Nursing Student of the Year
Medical School Student of the Year
Law School Student of the Year
Sanford School of Public Policy Student of the Year
Bahari J. Harris
Graduate School Student of the Year
Fuqua Business School Student of the Year
The wait begins.
Yesterday I found out that I had become victim of government beaurocracy and needed to go to DC to arrange a passport emergency. Last minute trip = little financial flexibility. Megabus it is. Gulp.
Once again, Duke University will host an early voting site for the upcoming primary election in North Carolina. The polling site will be located at the Freeman Center for Jewish Life, 1415 Faber Street, and will run daily from Thursday, March 3, to Saturday, March 12. Hours will vary throughout the week and can be found on the elections board’s website.