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Wounded Hippos

Published by Lily Koning
During Duke Engage Academy, we were told two stories. In the first of these stories, the ocean washes thousands of …
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Meeting with the women of Saath’s Urmila program, where they are trained to work as home managers.

“It’s not about you.”

Published by Esha Shah
In the past four weeks, I have spent time visiting local community centers to learn about the various Women@Work projects …
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Jumbled Head

Published by Bo Yun
To be honest, I came to San Francisco without expectations. Despite the talks about reeking streets, strong emotions, the “life …
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Tiffany Drew a Picture of Us

Week 4: Jungle

Published by Melody Hong
New Grounds This week we moved to 1st grade. I’ve never needed a nap more in my life. When I …
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The Value of a Passion

Published by Meg Hancock '20
A History major, an Art major, and an English major all walk into a bar; they get ridiculed for pursuing …
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Learning Experience

Published by Sakura Anning Yoshihara
We are already three-quarters of the way with Eureka Camp! If I could sum up this week in two words, …
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Shelves of books

Books and the Scrap Exchange

Published by Sarah Sculco
Before I’d even entered the building for my first day of work, I encountered something that ended up a significant …
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school children giving happy hand signs

Making the Magic Happen

Published by Megan Wong
I am a huge fan of the Harry Potter series. I’ve read all the books and seen all the movies …
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