Feeling lonely on your daily commute to class? Chroncast will fill your ears with short stories and perspectives from people across the Duke community. Each episode is under seven minutes, the duration of a C1 bus ride.
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.
Julia sits down with Matt from the IFC Sexual Assault Prevention Team to talk about the relationships between the way we speak, Duke social culture, and instances of sexual violence.
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.
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.
A conversation with chronicle columnist Victoria Priester about her identity.
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.