DEMAN Announcements

January 24, 2024

Regional volunteers Alexa Levy A.B.’15 and Lauren Menkes A.B.’83, P’24 are excited to start a DEMAN DC regional chapter to build a local networking group around media, arts, and entertainment.

December 15, 2022

Best of Enemies is a sell-out success, and transferred from the Young Vic to the West End in November. The Young Vic and DEMAN London are now offering a special opportunity for Duke alumni and parents to see the performance at the Noël Coward Theatre, on Tuesday 24th of January, at 6:45pm.

July 18, 2022

Check out the DukeJournos Newsletter for June/July 2022 and meet fellow DukeJournos member Charisse Williams Larado, Senior Producer at TODAY All Day (NBCUniversal Media)

March 23, 2020

Duke alumna Dani Davis has compiled a list of resources available to freelance artists and arts organizations during this COVID_19 time.

It is an open share document, so anyone can contribute to its information. Instructions for contributing can be found at the top of the document. 

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February 6, 2019

Follow this link to read the January Newsletter from Duke Journos!

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February 6, 2019

Welcome to the monthly Duke Journos newsletter -- complete with upcoming and past events, highlights of recent works by alums, an introduction to new members, and job listings! Follow this link to read the December 2018 newsletter

November 14, 2018

On November 14, 2018, the DukeNY Women's Forum hosted an evening with Duke leaders in the arts. The event featured a preformance by the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company. 

October 29, 2018

We appreciate John Carreyrou '94 for visiting and talking with students about his reporting on Theranos, and his book "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup"!

Alena Sadiq '19, Editorial Intern, Politico

October 24, 2018

First major story at Politico, with Nahal Toosi: "U.S. to revoke visas of Saudi officials linked to Khashoggi death"

Way to go, Alena!

Left of Black Podcast

July 12, 2018

Each week, Mark Anthony Neal, chair of Duke’s Department of African & African American Studies sits down with artists, political figures and academics for conversations about studying the African-American experience in the long-running “Left of Black” interview series.

“It’s really a deep dig into what’s going on in black studies, particularly around issues of culture, gender, sexuality and the arts,” Neal said.