Arts and Culture

The Mix: Shelves, Spins & Pods - An interview with Frank Bruni in Duke Magazine

 "One morning in October 2017, Frank Bruni woke to find the sight in his right eye obscured by a 'dappled fog.'" Check out the recently published interview with journalist and DeWitt Wallace Center professor Frank Bruni in Duke Magazine. Learn more about Bruni's 25-year career at the NY Times, his move to Durham to teach at Duke, and his adorable dog, Regan, in Rebecca Baldwin's June piece. 

Blue Devil Celebration

Saturday, June 10
8:00 p.m.
Hôtel des Invalides
Paris

Did you know the Duke Blue Devils have French roots? Our beloved university mascot was inspired by the Chasseurs Alpins, nicknamed "les Diables Bleus".

Blue Devil Celebration

Saturday, June 10
8:00 p.m.
Hôtel des Invalides
Paris

Did you know the Duke Blue Devils have French roots? Our beloved university mascot was inspired by the Chasseurs Alpins, nicknamed "les Diables Bleus".

Alumni Spotlight: Kaylin Tsukayama '15

As a junior undergraduate, Kaylin Tsukayama - like many college students - wasn’t sure what direction she wanted to take in her career. She was a neuroscience major and had already spent nearly three years studying the subject and working in labs; yet, she was starting to question whether she wanted to continue in a natural science field.

Exploring the Impact of Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Research Through Bass Connections

In 2013, the first Bass Connections research teams embarked on ambitious projects to tackle real-world challenges ranging from gender inequality in STEM education to children’s mental health to climate policy in the U.S. to rural poverty. Since then, the program has supported nearly 500 interdisciplinary teams and brought together more than 4,000 faculty, students and staff to conduct cutting-edge research spanning dozens of disciplinary fields and world regions.

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