All tagged Chroncast

S2E4: KathyTran

Kathy Tran, Trinity '00 and Delegate for Virginia's 42nd House District, sits down to discuss representation, monuments, history majors, and how to instigate change.

Host: Nicole Lindbergh

Producer: Mary Helen Wood

S2E2: Elitism

Columnist Reiss Becker discusses his perspective on the purpose of today's higher education system, its inherernt elitism, and the consequent way he believes we should regard its influence on society.

Host and Producer: Mary Helen Wood

For the carnival music: Merry Go - Silent Film Light by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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S2E1: The N-Word

What role does a racial slur that's still actively used to degrade a group of people play in today's popular music? Editorial Page Managing Editor Victoria Priester discusses her recent column on the use of the n-word in popular culture and music.

Steve Hassey - Don't Donate to Duke

How far does an extra dollar go at a university that already has billions? Steve Hassey talks about why financial support for lower income students stagnates as the opulence of Duke's campus grows.  Chroncast will continue to examine power structures at Duke, unpacking the ways in which issues like financial transparency, housing, and Greek life intersect with the student experience.

Rush Series 1 - Trey Walk

Rush is a ubiquitous part of Duke culture. But why? What does it give us? What does it take away? Chroncast presents: The Rush Series. Where we explore the impacts of selectivity and housing on Duke’s culture. 

Episode 4 - Jaxson Floberg

Jaxson Floberg grew up in a Duke family where fondness for the University characterized his childhood. But after watching aspects of campus culture diminish the mental health of his peers, he grapples with the structures that contribute to the isolation and conformity he sees.

Episode 1 - Milky Pink

Mihir Bellamkonda spends a few days a week asking people small questions. From a donut hole, a ghost story, or a milky pink sky, he can spin a grand life lesson. In a recent column based on least favorite colors, explores his own memory of storm-watching. Where he ends up might surprise you.