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Private Reflections

Published by Brennen Neely
I love to write and reflect, but I don’t like writing these reflections. My time in Miami has not been …
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Hindsight

Published by Lindsay Campbell
“Hindsight is a gift. Stop wasting my time.” I’ve been a fan of Hannah Gadsby’s one-woman show Nanette since it …
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If You Have Extra Boots

Published by Alexis Pearman
“It’s all right to tell a man to lift himself by his own bootstraps, but it is cruel jest to …
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Sal De Tu Zona De Confort

Published by Cecilia Cardelle
Cuando comencé mi internado con Dade Legal Aid, estaba atenta de informarle a mis jefes que aunque soy hispana, no …
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Kid Gloves

Published by Nicolas Aldana
All right, that’s it. Kid gloves are off. I’m so tired of feeling like a child, I thought as I …
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The group strikes a cross-armed pose in front of a mural on our second day in Miami.

Saying Goodbye to the 305

Published by Eritrea Temesghen
As I’m writing my final blog post for this program, I find it hard to believe that we’re in our …
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Parting with the Subtle Magic

Published by Cristina M. García Ayala
As my DukeEngage experience comes to an end, I’ll admit I’m not as transformed as the flyers and brochures would’ve …
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