political discourse

College students should be open to other points of view

College students should be open to other points of view

10/25/2018 By Kelly Myer | Contributor College students are one of the biggest crusaders of free speech. However, they are one of the demographics that most avidly censors their incoming information. Either online or in favor of trigger warnings and safe spaces, college students make sure to communicate that the First Amendment is only applicable […]

Gormley’s panel tackles media and discourse

Gormley’s panel tackles media and discourse

Alex Wolfe | Staff Writer 03/22/18 This past Tuesday, President Ken Gormley hosted a discussion in the Power Center Ballroom to discuss the ever-present topic of technological discourse. The event, “Technology, Social Media and Civil Discourse,” consisted of two panels. The first, titled “Your Brain and Technology: How Online Space Impacts Relationships, Empathy and Civility” […]

Moving forward from presidential election

Moving forward from presidential election

By Duke Staff Let’s never allow this to happen ever again. You know what I’m talking about. With the exception of a few die-hard Trump supporters, no one enjoyed the most recent presidential election and its seemingly endless build-up of hateful speech and general divisiveness. Poll after poll demonstrated that Trump and Clinton were the […]