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At a Bus Stop in the Rain

Published by Matthew Griffin
The rain falls in sheets, blowing into the doorway where I have taken shelter. My walk around Zemun, a suburb …
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Exams, Cheating, Revolution?

Published by Ahana Sen
I, a second-generation child of immigrants, self-proclaimed woke teenager and attendee of DukeEngage Academy’s many sessions on cultural awareness, was …
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The Future of Work

Published by Juliana Mayer
Last Tuesday I spent my workday at SACTWU summarizing a report from the International Labour Organisation (ILO) regarding the future …
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Two Worlds

Published by Jeremy Carballo Pineda
A simple exchange of words between my mother and I keeps reminding me of how this internship has provided me …
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On Perception

Published by Juliana Mayer
Our stay in South Africa thus far has focused on understanding the culture, history, and life of those who live …
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What is community?

Published by Sam Freder
On Tuesday evening, we met with Michael Goodmon, a prominent businessman and philanthropist in the Triangle. He spoke on many …
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