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A New Form of Exhaustion

Published by Raisa Reed
As a Duke student, I'm equipped and prepared to deal with exhaustion. Everyone tells you before you start freshman year…
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A Deeper Look

Published by Kaelah Brauher
Growing up in a small town in Michigan, I’ve never had much exposure to homelessness. The only homeless people I…
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Seguir Adelante, Siempre

Published by Olivia Morales
It’s honestly hard to believe that my time in Tucson is almost over. It almost feels like I live here…
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It was a doggone great day

Published by Beau Blass
Work today began with excited, somewhat slobbery greetings from a precious golden retriever that could hardly contain himself at the…
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Here’s a Haiku, NEAT!

Published by Ella Head
Coconuts are grand, Water refreshes, so sweet Best Hawaiian treat!   All Photos by Delmar Kaiser.
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Intense Historic Immersion

Published by Elizabeth Finny
I didn’t really know what to expect when I left my home in Miami, FL, and headed to Johannesburg to…
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Welcome to the Coon Carnival

Published by Ashleigh Smith
The word "coon" is heavy with history. But whose history determines how heavy? In America, the word "coon" is met…
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Adaptability

Published by Emma Crossman
“Philanthropy is changing. By design and by demand. Proactively and reactively” -Brian Crimmins The non-profit sector is one that has…
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