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Saturday February 4th

N.c. Agricultural & Technical State University


Duke's "Kville" outside of Cameron Stadium, photographed on Friday, Jan. 27, 2022.

Column: Inside enemy territory – a Tar Heel's guide to K-ville

"'Tenting' is the process by which Duke students acquire tickets to the UNC v. Duke basketball game played at Duke. The messy array of tents hoisted on splintered wooden pallets juxtaposes nicely with the pastiche stone buildings surrounding them. It’s a nice reminder that you can live in a tent for extended periods of time without being harassed by authorities, as long as you’re rich."

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The Duke University Chapel on Duke’s West Campus, as photographed in 2017, serves as a symbol of the university.

Column: I'm proud of my public school

"I’m proud to say that I went public. The oddities that exist in the public school system are some of my favorite stories to tell. Did you have a classmate who sold ears of corn for extra cash at your private prep school? Did you have a friend who dressed up as a horse and galloped the halls? I didn’t think so — but my pals at public schools share similar stories. I think that's invaluable."

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UNC's Campus Health, which houses CAPS, is pictured on Sept. 12, 2022.

Column: Your sexual health is a priority

"Being open and honest about your sexual health is scary. Stigma related to sex and sexual health is deep rooted in our society, and women in particular are often judged for discussing their sexual behaviors and desires. Shame about sex and sexual health has overtime become embedded in policy, school, social media and religious institutions. And these stigmas are dangerous."

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