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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.

In the run-up to graduation, environmental policy student Songjia Zhang had to complete her thesis on soil pollution while providing round-the-clock care to help her grandmother recover from emergency surgery.

Alumni speaker series: Brand consultant Allison Rose, who has a Duke degree in linguistics, advises undergraduate students to have a flexible outlook, to experience as much of college life as possible, and to start small.

‘DKU Podcast’ aims to convey the beauty of life in a poetic way. In this episode, James Miller, associate dean of interdisciplinary strategy, discusses the fourth of Richard Strauss’s Four Last Songs, “At Sunset.”

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