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Everyday Engagement

Published by Rachel Beza-Juarez
Over the course of this DukeEngage experience, the meaning of engagement and what it looks/feels like in a larger context …
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Community of Community

Published by Rachel Beza-Juarez
Group and community are two terms that often times are used interchangeably, but a distinction is made given the varying …
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DukeEngage Reflection Art

Published by Jacqueline Perez
  During the sixth week of my DukeEngage project, I took some time to reflect on my experience thus far …
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After 8 Weeks

Published by Sadhana Suryadevara
As my DukeEngage summer comes to a close, I am thinking forward about what comes next. Because I am planning …
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Thank You, DukeEngage

Published by Camryn Thompson
To the DukeEngage Staff and Donors,   Thank you for providing this opportunity for Duke students to continue learning and …
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A train moving too fast is an apt description of our current notions of progress.

The Problem of the Runaway Train

Published by Michael Cao
The first class I attended at Duke was a seminar called “Globalization and Corporate Citizenship” led by Dirk Philipsen, a …
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