ARTICLES BY Mark Tosczak

  • "Whistlestop" work: Kouri at Wal-Mart. Photo by Jeff Curran
    January 31, 2003
    It's after nine o'clock on Election Night 2002, and Robin Hayes '67 is holed up in a small conference room on the seventh floor of the Lowe's Motor Speedway clubhouse in Concord, North Carolina. A few close aides are with him. His campaign manager is putting up county-by-county election returns on a white board as they come in over a radio and cell phone.
  • Soldiering on: the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force provide scholarships and leaders through on-campus training. Jon Gardiner.
    March 31, 2002
    When John "J.W." Stigi visited Duke on a sunny spring day during his junior year of high school, he fell in love with the school and knew he had to figure out a way to attend. So he headed over to the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps offices in the North Building. Within thirty minutes, he knew the Navy was for him.
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