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.
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.
The Kunshan Report: Receiving the July 7 email from Duke Kunshan’s Office of Undergraduate Studies brought a huge sigh of relief. For me and many of my DKU peers, the past six months had been tumultuous, to say the least...
Major Moments: Students in Duke Kunshan’s undergraduate degree program declare a major toward the end of their second year. Ruihan Wan, a U.S. studies major, talks about the classes, people and experiences that helped shape his decision.
Since Duke Kunshan launched its undergraduate program in 2018, more than two dozen Duke University faculty have traveled to China to teach classes at DKU – and even more have visited the campus. Many of them came away impressed...