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Faculty Focus: Zairong Xiang, assistant professor of comparative literature, discusses his work curating “Why Collectivity,” one the main exhibitions in the Guangzhou Image Triennial 2021, and his plans to build a lively, artistic atmosphere on the Duke Kunshan campus.

Despite evidence that face coverings reduce Covid-19 infections, some people still refuse to wear them. Student researcher Ke Ding explores why masks are a contentious issue, and how those who refuse could be convinced otherwise.

Decision 2020: In the second of a two-part series focusing on the 2020 U.S. presidential election, Xiaoxi Zhu, a junior student from Hunan province, China, calls for individuals to connect and take action to reconcile Sino-American relations.

Decision 2020: In the first of a two-part series focusing on the 2020 U.S. presidential election, Charlie Colasurdo, a sophomore from Connecticut, discusses an often-confusing component of the country’s democratic process: The Electoral College.

To mark World Mental Health Day, which fell on Oct. 10, we look at how people have viewed mental illness through the ages, from the ancient Greeks to the Middle Ages to the father of modern psychiatry.

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