This International Women's Day, we'd like to honor Pauli Murray-historian, poet, civil rights activist, Episcopal priest & Durham's first saint: "It had taken me almost a lifetime to discover that true emancipation lies in the acceptance of the whole past, in deriving strength from all my roots, in facing up to the degradation as well as the dignity of my ancestors."
Top winners in the annual student art show are selected out of exhibition of more than 200 works by Duke students. 1st place winner "Rapture," by Abby Starnes, 2nd place winner "Holding Back," by Joyce Wang, 3rd place winner "Statue's Soul," by Nekoda Witsken
For more than 1,400 years, calligraphy has been celebrated as one of the Middle East's greatest art forms, says Duke Professor Muhammad Habib. This semester at Duke, Habib introduced 20 undergraduates to this challenging tradition in a workshop.