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Farewell NOLA

Published by Arjun Juneja
It’s 7:03 am and I wake up…not to the usual and annoying sound of my phone alarm, but something different, …
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Finding Rhythm

Published by Cara Leigh Downey
Two months is an awkward amount of time. I’ve always felt that way about summer. It’s just enough time to …
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Stigma, Stigma, Stigma

Published by Claudia LaRose
When I was in 8th grade, my geography teacher gave a presentation about HIV/AIDS. He made sure to clarify that, …
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Becoming Aware

Published by Alexander Rubin
I am currently participating in DukeEngage-New Orleans. I initially wanted to write this blog post about one of our program’s …
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young woman at outdoor festival

It Doesn’t Feel Like a 9-5

Published by Kristel Black
First week at the New Orleans Children’s Advocacy Center and — wow — I really have no complaints. I truly …
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Published by Tasia Isbell
(This blog is from the Summer of 2016.) I have always had an obsession with numbers. When things in life …
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