What are the things and who are the people that shape our campus? Hear at Duke is here to answer those questions. Hosted by Alex Gonzalez and Malu Frasson-Nori, Hear at Duke features stories from across campus that are about all the little things that make up Duke as we know it.
On Wednesday, April 11th, five Duke students performed true stories about this year's live storytelling event theme: unfinished business. These stories are podcasts that will were produced on stage in front of a live audience. This second annual spring show took place in the Doris Duke Center in the Gardens.
In the midst of a campus-wide discussion about housing, we bring you three stories from Duke students who have decided to live in unconventional spaces. Each place - the Smart Home, the Visions of Freedom Living Learning Community, and the Duke Marine Lab - has allowed students to create a community that is inseparable from the space itself.
It's Valentine's Day, so you know what that means: dealing with other people's mushy and over-the-top romantic gestures. This episode is an ode to love, but not the cheesy kind. With the help of Inside Joke, we present three different comedy sketches that focus on those people that aren't exactly winning at love.
College is a time when we think only about the future and endless possibilities. Rarely do we consider the inevitability of our own mortality. In this episode, we take a deep dive into how death is present in our daily lives on Duke's campus, whether we like it or not.
College is a time of transition and self-discovery. Every day, we become a different version of ourselves, but some of us don't really think about it. For others, it's all they can think about.
In this episode, we talk to current and former Duke students about their stories of change: going from being one thing to becoming something else. Two professors from the departments of Psychology and Neuroscience weigh on how identity is shaped and shapes us.
Hear at Duke teamed up with duARTS to bring you Sunset Stories, live storytelling to campus on every second Friday of the month! This October, on Friday the 13th, we gathered around in Keohane Quad to listen to some of the Duke community's closest encounters with the spooky and supernatural.
Our first episode was a live storytelling event held in Duke Gardens that featured Duke student stories about unity and division in politics, marriage and identity.