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Duke Magazine Retro: "They Lived, and They Learned"
More than 2,000 students have participated in DukeEngage since it began in 2007. The program, in which students serve a domestic or international community in need, has become a Duke hallmark. So, it might surprise you to know that forty years before DukeEngage launched, Duke had developed an immersive community- service program based in Durham.
Called the Living-Learning Experiment in Edgemont Community, the program was intended “to give Duke students an opportunity to better understand the problems and possibilities of persons who live in socially depressed and culturally deprived urban areas and, in some measure, to help alleviate these conditions.”
Just Published: Women at Duke Illustrated
We are happy to announce the publication of Women at Duke Illustrated, written and compiled by Bridget Booher ’82, A.M. ’92, associate editor of Duke Magazine.
Copies of Women at Duke Illustrated—as well as its companion volume, Duke Illustrated—are available for sale by the Gothic Bookshop for $27.50 each.
The book was published with support from all ten of Duke’s schools, as well as the Duke University Libraries and Duke Athletics.